Party official affirms Mozambique’s importance to Vietnam Politics

Party official affirms Mozambique’s importance to Vietnam

Vietnam attaches importance to developing relations with Mozambique, which is an important partner of Vietnam in southern Africa, said Tran Quoc Vuong, Politburo member and standing member of the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat on November 12.
Hanoi boosts exports to Africa Business

Hanoi boosts exports to Africa

Hanoi has carried out a range of trade promotion programmes in Africa and South Africa in particular, helping Vietnamese brands gain a firm foothold in the market, according to insiders.
Movitel to implement WB sub-projects in Mozambique World

Movitel to implement WB sub-projects in Mozambique

Movitel, Viettel Group's joint venture in Mozambique, has been chosen as one of partners for a World Bank (WB) project to improve living standards and access to financial packages for the poor in rural and remote areas in the African country.
Vietnam sends relief aid to Zimbabwe cyclone victims Society

Vietnam sends relief aid to Zimbabwe cyclone victims

The Vietnamese Embassy, the Vietnam News Agency (VNA)’s bureau and the Vietnamese Women’s Association in South Africa on April 30 handed over relief aid to the Zimbabwe Embassy in support of Zimbabwe people who were hit by Cyclone Idai last March.
Vietnamese Buddhists send aid to Mozambique’s storm victims Society

Vietnamese Buddhists send aid to Mozambique’s storm victims

The Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) Central Committee, the Vietnam Buddhist Association (VBA) and the Vietnamese community in Mozambique have sent 20 tonnes of food to victims of Tropical Storm Idai that ravaged the African country’s central region in mid-March.
Viettel joint venture in Mozambique supports locals after typhoon Idai Society

Viettel joint venture in Mozambique supports locals after typhoon Idai

Movitel, the joint-venture between Vietnam’s military-run telecom provider Viettel and Mozambique’s SPI Invespar company, handed over 50 tonnes of relief food on March 26 to support residents in the central province of Sofala’s Beira city, who are suffering heavily from the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Idai, which ripped through the African country in mid-March.