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An analysis of the effects of civil war and prospects for development in Mozambique: the case of Frelimo-Renamo in Chokwe District

@inproceedings{Dava2013AnAO,
  title={An analysis of the effects of civil war and prospects for development in Mozambique: the case of Frelimo-Renamo in Chokwe District},
  author={Paulo O. Dava and P. Chigora and Tawanda W. Chibanda and Ramphal M. Sillah},
  year={2013}
}
Mozambique got its independence in 1975 when the FRELIMO government removed the colonial power, Portugal, from colonial rule after an armed struggle. Peace did not last for long as RENAMO, a political movement which was created in 1977 by Rhodesia and supported by the South African government, waged a new resistance to counter FRELIMO government through the barrel of the gun. The war had far reaching implications in Mozambique, especially in areas where the battles were fought. At community… Expand
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