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Incomplete Peacebuilding Process in Mozambique

Mozambique's transition to democracy after the signing of the 1992 General Peace Agreement (GPA) has been welcomed as a positive example of conflict management.

High economic growth rates and investments have helped to classify Mozambique as a successful peacebuilding story.

However, judging not only by current events in Mozambique but also by what has taken place since its transition to democracy, the Mozambique peacebuilding process may be considered progressive but not entirely successful.

For Peace to Happen, We Need to Measure it Better

Policymakers face tough decisions when intervening in fragile and conflict-affected states. Donors are under pressure to spend resources wisely and effectively, but at the same time, there is a lack of evidence on which policies really work.

Conflict re-emerges across the world, which highlights the need to find long-term solutions to address instability. The relationship between political settlements (the political agreements upon which a state is based) and development is particularly vexing from an evidence-based perspective.

Lesotho Urged to Consider SADC Reforms

South Africa’s Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa, says that lasting stability in Lesotho will be promoted if stakeholders in that country give consideration to the Southern African Development Community’s (SADC) recommendations on constitutional and security reforms.

Ramaphosa says that fruitful discussions had been held with King Letsie III and Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili and members of his cabinet, as well as leaders of the opposition parties, following his visit to that country.

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