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A damning picture for Mozambique's airline

The company brought in to rescue LAM had little good to say about the airline's bosses

Today’s front pages in Maputo. Photo credit: Faizal Chauque / Zitamar News

Good afternoon. The combative company brought in to restore Mozambique’s national airline to financial health is not pulling its punches, having yesterday held a press briefing which our Editor at Large, Fernando Lima, described as “one of the most crazy briefings in my entire professional life”.

As subscribers can read in his article, featured below.

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The latest from Zitamar News:

Rescue firm identifies errors and criminality at airline LAM
Zita Joaquim, a senior official at the Ministry of the Economy and Finance, told a press conference debtors owe LAM $18.8m out of USD26.6m they owed in April.

From the Zitamar Live Blog:

Zitamar Mozambique Live Blog
💥 Insurgents in Cabo Delgado province launched attacks last night on the village of Naquitengue in Mocímboa da Praia district and the area around Lake Nguri in Macomia district. The number of casualties has not yet been confirmed but several people were reportedly beheaded at Naquitengue, according…

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