Our guide to the issues likely to impact businesses and the key measures taken by African governments in response to COVID-19.
With this brief analysis we wish to analyse the implications of force majeure events in the petroleum sector during the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Presidential Decree no. 11/2020, of 30 March, the President of the Republic of Mozambique decreed the State of Emergency, on grounds of public calamity, throughout the country, with a duration of 30 days, effective as from 0.00 a.m. on 01 April 2020 and ending at 24.00 a.m. on 30 April 2020.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic is already a reality in Mozambique, with the confirmation of the 8th coronavirus case in Mozambique on Sunday, 29 March 2020, it is becoming increasingly urgent to make decisions about how employment relations should be structured and regulated.
We present below, in a table format, the minimum wages which were in force throughout the years 2019 to July 2021 and those approved for 2021, by sector of activity, showing also the corresponding percentage of adjustment.
The new Regulation aims at establishing the rules that govern the marketing of rough diamonds, precious metals and gemstones, as well as to establish the conditions to undertake activities of marketing, import, export and transit of rough diamonds, precious metals and gemstones.
The new Regulation aims at to simplifying the procedures for licensing electrical installations, ensuring greater speed and lower costs.
MD 77/2021 revokes the previous fee schedule approved by Ministerial Diploma no. 79/2015, of 5 June. It should be noted that the only amendment introduced to the Fee Schedule relates to the fees applicable to the submission of a merger notification in the terms indicated above.
...from 20 August of this year the exportation of precious metals and gemstone will be conditioned to the issuance of a certificate of origin and the respective packaging issued by the Kimberley Process Management Unit.