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Macamo blandly said efforts would be made to remove the offending articles.

Mozambique has spent much of the last decade borrowing against its future.

Admassu Tadesse, President of PTA Bank and Chief excecutive as well Ms.

The persecution of people with albinism has been reported in other countries in Southern Africa, in particular neighbouring Tanzania, where the government has been developing campaigns to combat superstition and prejudice and arresting suspects.

In Mozambique, some people took to social media to discuss this latest attacks against bald men in the country.

The motive behind the killings is local superstitions which hold that the head of a bald man contains gold or can bring riches, a Zambézia’s police spokesperson told the BBC.

This is the first time bald men have been the subject of recorded attacks in Mozambique.

The UN said Wednesday that international food prices have soared to their highest in two years.

Mozambican police had declared Wednesday's marches in Maputo illegal, saying no group sought permission for them. More than that, it's about injustice," said one protester, 34-year-old Albino Mkwate.

The revision is long overdue and welcome: finally, Mozambique is getting rid of the colonial Penal Code in use, which dates from 1886. The laws of a young country should reflect these changes.

Most stuff in the new, revised version is wise – but, surprisingly, unaccountably, some of the old laws are maintained, laws that severely infringe on the constitutional rights, the human rights and the dignity of Mozambican girls and women. NGOs have met many times with MPs and written many briefs pointing out these discriminatory articles, suggesting changes that protect women and not rapists, abusers and criminals, but the Parliamentary Committee charged with drafting the new Penal Code remains unmoved.

A new phenomenon of kidnapping bald people for organ trafficking, reportedly for superstitious reasons, is worrying the police in Mozambique’s Zambézia province, whose government launched a series of operations to curb the practice.

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