Using blogs since 2008. He begins writing articles motivated by his interest in debates and conferences about Freedom of the Press.
His first article was published in Jornal Notícias (Mozambique) in 2012, and in 2013 – began writing for other national and international newspapers as well.
He joined in 2013 the ‘Olho do Cidadão’ – citizen's movement in Mozambique, constituted by a Platform of Bloggers who exercise their citizenship through the Citizen-Journalist concept, reporting, photographing and intervening in the problems of their society.
Master in Political Science at the University of Bordeaux (Sciences Po Bordeaux) in France, he is (now) PhD Candidate in Political Science at the same Univeristy.
Personal website – www.tsandzana.com
Latest posts by Dércio Tsandzana
At least 15 students were ‘impregnated by instructors’ in Mozambican police academy, internal report says
The document states that the pregnancies resulted from the students' sexual relations with their instructors, without specifying whether these relations were consensual.
Dias Santana is 80% an Angolan production and 20% South African
The new congregation could call itself the Reform Universal Church of the Kingdom of God in Angola.
African productions are gaining traction on the platform.
Over 900 have been killed since the start of the attacks and over 150,000 have been affected, according to a government report.
The fees, introduced in 2018, ranged between 30 and 500 thousand meticais (around 507 and 8,450 USD) and were mandatory for foreign correspondents and foreign and national freelance journalists working...
SADC states have been urged to support Mozambique’s government to fight against terrorists and armed groups attacking civilians and infrastructure in Cabo Delgado Province.
Recorded in Ntchinga village, the video shows the armed group bearing an Islamic State flag and a leader addressing the local people in Kimwan and Kiswahili languages, resembling a rally.
Cape Verdeans mobile users will have 2 MB of free data on the next 30 days, while Mozambicans could purchase up to 5 GB for 1.50 USD.
In early February, he was kidnapped for 24 hours, before he was freed by the police. A self-proclaimed prophet named Joe Williams is suspected of ordering the kidnapping.
Mozambique hasn't yet closed its land borders, but has imposed a 14-day quarantine for people arriving from affected countries and prohibited gatherings with more than 300 people.
In some of his YouTube videos, the user "Beleza em pessoa" criticized Mozambican prophets.
There has been an alarming increase in the number of threats made against journalists who are covering the armed attacks in the northern province of Cabo Delgado.
The investigation was based on more than 715,000 documents received by the Platform for the Protection of Whistleblowers in Africa (PPLAAF).
New legislation criminalizes all types of invasion of privacy via mobile phones, and the publication of images or videos of third parties without their consent.
The suspicions about Russia began before the elections with the publication of an electoral poll that gave clear victory for Frelimo.
Political delegates of the New Democracy party were arrested, accused of carrying fake credentials.
Cesária Évora was one of the genre's best-known interpreters.
Frelimo also elected 184 out of 250 seats of the unicameral legislative and all 10 provincial governors.
Dozens of women's rights associations criticized the rapper Valete, who responded saying the controversy was "empty".