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          Commentaires sur Après le Mozambique, Lionel Messi fait un don de 200.000€ à un autre pays africain par Boubacar      Cache   Translate Page      
Que dieu vous benisse mr LIONNEL Messi,je vous aime
          Foreign-based players in Young Warriors squad      Cache   Translate Page      
ZIMBABWE Under-23 coach, Tonderai Ndiraya, says the inclusion of foreign-based players in his squad is key in their efforts to come up with a formidable side to take on Mozambique in the second round of the qualifiers for the Africa Cup of Nations this month.
          Indonesia Dijajah Brunei?! Begini Kocaknya WorldWarBot 2020!      Cache   Translate Page      
Mozambique jadi rebutan, Antartika jadi superpower dunia, bagaimana nasib Indonesia?!
          Battery Minerals’ focus is bringing Montepuez into production       Cache   Translate Page      
Graphite developer Battery Minerals will only consider downstream processing at its Montepuez project, in Mozambique, once the project’s saleable graphite production is profitable. MD David Flanagan told delegates at the Paydirt Battery Minerals conference, in Perth, on Tuesday, that while the company had done testwork on a number of downstream activities at Montepuez, the focus was to bring the project into production.
          Slave Shipwreck Saga by Michael Smorenburg Book Tour & Giveaway       Cache   Translate Page      

The Praying Nun
Slave Shipwreck Saga Book 1
by Michael Smorenburg
Genre: Historical Thriller

An uncharted shipwreck, the mysteries she hides, and the brutalized souls who suffered her holds.

In 1985 two divers discovered an ancient uncharted shipwreck off South Africa's Cape of Storms. Salvaging the wreck only inflames the enigma with the trail of secrets compounding and the wreck refusing to yield her identity. Countless vessels, some crammed with bullion, have joined this ship graveyard over the centuries, but what sort of galleon was this, leaving only cannon, cannon balls and scant few clues behind? Three decades pass before the Smithsonian of Washington solves the riddle.

It's 1794 on the fevered coast of Mozambique. Chikunda and his wife Mkiwa, stripped naked and shackled, are heaved aboard the São José de Africa. Only a miracle may save them from the horrors below deck where more than 400 fellow slaves are crammed. But nobody can guess what fate has in store.

If you're a Wilbur Smith or Clive Cussler fan, you will be riveted by this fact-inspired fictionalized tale by Michael Smorenburg, based as it is by personal experience, extensive research and the legacy of artifacts salvaged from the São José de Africa. Pick it up now to go on the adventure of a lifetime.

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The Reckoning
Slave Shipwreck Saga Book 2

A slave evades re-capture after his slave ship is wrecked at the treacherous Cape of Good Hope, only to face handing himself over when his wife goes missing with the man who rescued them. A tale of hope, fear and most of all, the yearning for freedom.

It's 1794 and the slave trade is at its ugly peak. When the Portuguese slave ship Sao Jose Paquete de Africa shipwrecks at the Cape of Good Hope, only two hundred of the four hundred slaves aboard survive.

Chikunda and his pregnant wife evade re-capture only to face the impassable cliffs of Table Mountain. With the wild South Atlantic at their backs, Cape Town's gallows and whipping post to the north, the British garrison blocking escape to the south, and dangers of an untamed African coast to the east of a vast mountain range, escape seems impossible.

When Chikunda's wife goes missing, he has a monumental choice to make. Pick up The Reckoning now and lose yourself in a world you never could have imagined, a world where freedom slips ever more out of a man's grasp.

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Michael Smorenburg (b. 1964) grew up in Cape Town, South Africa. An entrepreneur with a passion for marketing, in 1995 Michael moved to California where he founded a business consultancy and online media and marketing engine in the burgeoning internet. In 2003 he returned to South Africa where he launched a security company. In 2015 he divested of the business to write full time. Michael's greatest love is the ocean, keeping up with the latest breakthroughs in science, understanding the cosmos and sharing all he learns.

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          Qatar Petroleum farms in to Mozambique exploration block      Cache   Translate Page      
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Qatar Petroleum farms in to Mozambique exploration block OGJ Exploration News

Qatar Petroleum has reached an agreement with Eni SPA to farm in to Block A5A in the Angoche basin offshore Mozambique. Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, minister of state for energy affairs and QP president and chief executive officer, said the ... more ... Statistics : 1 Post || 30 Views Post by NewsPoster

          Mozambican Artist Cassi Namoda at François Ghebaly Gallery      Cache   Translate Page      
Cassi Namoda, The Day a Monkey is Destined to Die All Trees Become Slippery at François Ghebaly Gallery. Courtesy of François Ghebaly Gallery. WUM NEWS L.A.–From March 22 - April 28, 2019 the Mozambican-born, Los Angeles-based artist Cassi Namoda [b. 1988] will be having her first solo exhibition in L.A. at François Ghebaly Gallery entitled "The Day a Monkey is Destined to Die All Trees Become Slippery." Like the exhibition’s title, a folk saying in Namoda’s birth country of Mozambique, the works in the show explore the mythologies and proverbs of daily life in East Africa from the perspective of a vibrant young storyteller.

          Meteorological Department Cautions Another Possible Heavy Rains      Cache   Translate Page      
The meteorological department has warned of another possible occurrence of floods due to heavy rains from Thursday to Sunday in the southern parts of Malawi especially in Nsanje district. Director of Climate Change and Meteorological Services, Jolamu Nkhokwe said that this is due to an intense circular storm from Mozambique which will pass through Nsanje […]
          Journalist and human rights defender Luis Carlos Díaz detained by state security in Venezuela      Cache   Translate Page      
Communities inside and outside Venezuela demand his release Luis Carlos Díaz. Photo taken from his public Facebook profile. In the early hours of the morning on March 12, Venezuelan journalist Luis Carlos Díaz was confirmed to have been detained by the Bolivarian Intelligence Police (SEBIN). His wife, Naky Soto, also a well known political commentator, had … Continua la lettura di Journalist and human rights defender Luis Carlos Díaz detained by state security in Venezuela
          Groups denounce continuous cyberattacks against independent media in the Philippines      Cache   Translate Page      
Groups denounce cyberattacks against several independent media websites in the Philippines. Photo: Kodao Productions, used with permission. Several media groups in the Philippines marked the World Day Against Cyber Censorship on March 12, 2019, by holding a protest to denounce the ongoing cyberattacks against their websites which they claim are backed by the government. Since … Continua la lettura di Groups denounce continuous cyberattacks against independent media in the Philippines
          Spatial distribution, prevalence and potential risk factors of Tungiasis in Vihiga County, Kenya      Cache   Translate Page      
by Ruth Monyenye Nyangacha, David Odongo, Florence Oyieke, Christine Bii, Erastus Muniu, Stanley Chasia, Missiani Ochwoto Background Tungiasis is a parasitic disease caused by the sand flea Tunga penetrans also known as jigger flea. Communities living in precarious conditions in tropical and sub tropical countries bear the brunt of the infection. The main objective of … Continua la lettura di Spatial distribution, prevalence and potential risk factors of Tungiasis in Vihiga County, Kenya
          Digital journalist Luis Carlos Diaz is missing in Venezuela      Cache   Translate Page      
“Where is Luis Carlos?” Image of the public online campaign shared by Provea. In the image they indicate the last time he had been contacted and the last time he tweeted. On the evening of March 11, political commentator Naky Soto and wife of Venezuelan journalist and media activist Luis Carlos Diaz tweeted that he … Continua la lettura di Digital journalist Luis Carlos Diaz is missing in Venezuela
          Floods kill 10 in Mozambique: UN      Cache   Translate Page      
Maputo (AFP) March 11, 2019
At least 10 people have been killed after heavy rains deluged two flood-prone provinces of Mozambique, the UN said Monday, as meteorologists issued a cyclone warning. Six people died in the central Tete province in recent days while four were swept away in the coastal Zambezia province, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said in a report. More than 62,000 people h
          Cyclone Idai to hit Zim      Cache   Translate Page      

TROPICAL Cyclone Idai, which is brewing in Mozambique, is expected to hit Zimbabwe over the weekend with strong winds and thunderstorms likely to leave a trail of destruction in Manicaland, Masvingo and Matabeleland, the Meteorological Service Department has said.

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          Compliance Officer Jobs at Tearfund Tanzania March 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
Compliance Officer Jobs at Tearfund Tanzania March 2019

Who we are: 
We are a Christian organisation partnering with the local church wherever possible to see change in the lives of those in greatest economic need. We believe poverty is caused by broken relationships with God, others, the environment and ourselves. Restoring those relationships is key to how we work, and we want to see change that is economic, material, environmental and spiritual. We are courageous, truthful, compassionate, servant-hearted and Christcentred; values that are at the heart of Tearfund.

Our vision: To see people freed from poverty, living transformed lives and reaching their God-given potential nafasi za ajira mpya tanzania 2019
Our mission: We follow Jesus where the need is greatest, responding to crisis and partnering with local churches to bring restoration to those living in poverty.
Our values: We aspire to be courageous, truthful, compassionate, servanthearted and Christ-centred

Region:Southern & East Africa
Job Category:International Relief & Development (Outside UK)
Contract Type:Fixed Term
Closing Date:26 March 2019
Potential Interview Date:8 April 2019

An exciting opening has arisen in our new Southern and East Africa cluster for an enthusiastic and  committed professional with substantial experience in the areas of support for grant management, compliance or organizational management.

The Compliance Officer will be responsible for:
Providing compliance support for the cluster
Managing systems to track reports and budgets to ensure compliance with Tearfund and external donors requirements
Training and supporting country office staff on compliance
Are you a team player? Do your skills and experience match the above?
Then we'd love to hear from you!

All applicants must be committed to Tearfund's Christian beliefs. 
The successful candidate will need to have the right to live and work within one of the following countries in Tearfund's Southern and East Africa Cluster team: Kenya, Mozambique,
Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia or Zimbabwe - in particular applicants from Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe are encouraged to apply.
This is a 2 year fixed term contract. nafasi za kazi 2019



          7 Killed, Thousands Displaced After Mozambique Cyclone      Cache   Translate Page      

 Seven people have been killed following a tropical cyclone in northern Mozambique. Some 32 222 people were affected, including 4 242 that have been displaced. The Southern African country is suffering the effects of Tropical Cyclone IDAI. It formed over the Northern Mozambique Channel on Saturday. The cyclone was moving south-east with a wind speed […]

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          Mozambique: U.S. Secret Debt Indictment Points to Guebuza      Cache   Translate Page      
[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] The US secret debt indictment was unsealed on 7 March. The previously redacted sections name the two other Mozambicans charged - Teofilo Nhangumele and Antonio do Rosario - and point directly to former President Armando Guebuza. The indictment says Nhangumle was "acting in an official capacity for and on behalf of the Office of the President of Mozambique", then Armando Guebuza.
          Mozambique: Death Toll Rising in Mozambique Flooding Crisis      Cache   Translate Page      
[CAJ News] Maputo -The death toll from the flooding in Mozambique has risen to ten.
          Mozambique: Maputo Mayor Bans Women's Day March      Cache   Translate Page      
[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] Recently elected Maputo mayor Eneas Comiche banned a march on International Women's Day, 8 March, organised by the respected women's organisation Forum Mulher, on the grounds that it would block roads and cause congestion, as well as being too noisy. (Carta de Mocambique 6 Mar)
          Mozambique: Cyclone Idai Could Put 'Tens of Thousands' Mozambicans in Danger      Cache   Translate Page      
[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] Cyclone Idai, a category 4 cyclone with winds up to 180 km/h, heavy rain, and high waves, will hit the coast between Beira and Quelimane Thursday 14 March, the National Meteorological Institute (INAM) warned this morning. It will be the strongest cyclone to hit Mozambique in a decade. The cyclone is following an unusual path, crossing inland over Tete then moving east to the Mozambique Channel where it picked up energy from the warm water and is looping back toward the Zambeze valley, where it could return
          Alert.Category 4 cyclone is going to strike Mozambique next week!      Cache   Translate Page      
          Le Mozambique est menacé par le cyclone Idai      Cache   Translate Page      
Le cyclone Idai devrait affecter le Mozambique à partir du vendredi 15 mars au matin. Les voyageurs d'affaires présents dans le pays à cette périod...
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          Al 66 doden door overstromingen in Mozambique      Cache   Translate Page      
Door stortregens zijn al meer dan 60 mensen omgekomen in Mozambique. Nog eens duizenden zijn ontheemd, blijkt uit een nieuwe balans van de lokale overheid. Het land is in opperste staat van alertheid, want er wordt ook een cycloon, Idai, verwacht.
          Dos españoles en el accidente de Etiopía: «Nos tocó la peor lotería»      Cache   Translate Page      
Entre los 157 pasajeros que el pasado domingo perdieron la vida en el accidente de avión de Etiopía se contabilizaron hasta 35 nacionalidades distintas. Entre ellas, dos españoles que viajaban con destino a Nairobi (Kenia) y cuyo destino se truncó a los seis minutos de iniciar el vuelo por razones que la Agencia Europea de Seguridad Aérea ya está investigando. El primer fallecimiento en notificarse fue el del ingeniero catalán Jordi Dalmau, de 46 años, que volaba a la ciudad keniata por motivos laborales. Según ha trascendido, trabajaba en la empresa Almar Water Solutions, especializada en el desarrollo de infraestructuras de agua, y debía llegar a Nairobi para continuar con un proyecto en el que estaba inmerso. El segundo eco de esta tragedia resonó en tierra gallega en la madrugada del lunes, con la noticia de que la segunda fallecida era Pilar Martínez, una vecina de la localidad pontevedresa de Cangas de 32 años de edad que pisaba por primera vez el continente africano como cooperante. La llamada del Ministerio de Exteriores confirmó a la familia de la joven la fatal noticia, situándola en la aeronave siniestrada tras hacer escala en Adis Abeba, camino de Kenia. Su destino era un campamento de niños donde iba a dar clases de inglés. Una muestra de su faceta solidaria que ayer amigos y familiares recordaban en Cangas y sobre la que la pontevedresa ya había planeado hacer un segundo viaje a Mozambique. «Estamos totalmente destrozados, la gente no sale de su asombro porque un accidente así nos vaya a tocar a nosotros. Fue la lotería que nadie quiere, la peor de ellas» manifestó ayer a ABC el alcalde del municipio natal de Pilar Martínez, Xosé Manuel Pazos. Conscientes del trance que la familia de la fallecida atraviesa —muy conocida en la zona por el taller de coches que su hermano regenta— desde el ayuntamiento se ofrecieron a colaborar «en todo lo que precisen a nivel burocrático, porque el proceso de repatriación va a ser largo y farragoso». Y es que, tal y como indicó el regidor, antes de que el cuerpo regrese a España deberán cumplimentarse numerosos trámites, empezando por la identificación de los restos de todos los viajeros y la posterior autopsia de los cuerpos. Tres días de luto Con las banderas a media asta y tres días de luto en la localidad, ayer se recordaba que Pilar pasó unos días en la casa familiar el pasado mes de febrero que aprovechó para trasladarles la aventura humanitaria en la que se iba a enrolar con una amiga catalana. Ella vivía desde hace tiempo en Inglaterra, pero sus visitas a Cangas eran frecuentes e incluso seguía censada en esta localidad, donde cursó buena parte de sus estudios. Este estrecho vínculo con el pueblo explica que ayer —en esta localidad de apenas 25.000 habitantes— nadie permaneciese ajeno al duelo y el sufrimiento. «La gente me para por la calle porque es increíble, no salimos de nuestros asombro», insistía el alcalde a propósito de una jornada negra para los cangueses. A la espera de conocer cuándo se procederá a la repatriación de la joven gallega, y para preservar la intimidad de la víctima, la familia de Pilar Martínez Docampo solicitó ayer que los medios no se hiciesen eco de ninguna de las imágenes de su hija que aparecen en las redes sociales. El Boeing 737 de Ethiopian Airlines se estrelló el domingo minutos después de haber despegado del aeropuerto de la capital etíope. Los restos del aparato, que desapareció de los radares al poco de iniciar el vuelo, fueron localizados cerca de la localidad de Bishoftu, situada unos 42 kilómetros al sudeste de Adis Abeba. Fue el propio piloto de la aeronave el que advirtió a la torre de control de que estaba teniendo problemas, por lo que solicitó regresar al aeropuerto de partida. La respuesta de los controladores fue positiva, pero el avión no pudo remontar el fallo y se precipitó sin que ninguno de los pasajeros ni de los miembros de la tripulación sobreviviesen al violento impacto. Además de los dos españoles confirmados, en la lista de pasajeros del avión figuraban una decena de trabajadores del Programa Mundial de Alimentos, operarios de otras agencias de la ONU y cooperantes de distintas oenegés.
          Malawi floods affect hundreds of thousands of people      Cache   Translate Page      
Devastating floods hit southern Malawi. The situation in Mozambique is also dire as the country braces itself for cyclone Idai. And repercussions of the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash on Sunday continue to be felt around the world. Plus protests continue in Algeria following the news that President Abdelaziz Bouteflika will not be standing for a fifth term.
          Rescue relief efforts on route to Mozambique for cyclone Idai      Cache   Translate Page      
Rescuers from different agencies are currently mobile to Mozambique in anticipation for Rescue and Relief efforts for the category 3 hurricane Idai that is set to land on Thursday afternoon. Rescue Care Paramedics, IPSS Paramedics, Rescue South Africa together with Lenmed Hospital Group geared up throughout last night in preparation to leave this morning to […]
          National Post: Project Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
Rotation This post is non-rotational. Duty Station: Maputo, Mozambique Closing Date: 29 March 2019 (5pm, Maputo time) Duration: One year (*) Post Type: Fixed Term Appointment Please note that this vacancy is open only to Nationals of Mozambique and Internal Fixed Term Appointment. *No expectancy of renewal in accordance with..
          What do we know about Mozambique’s next general elections?      Cache   Translate Page      
A billboard shows Mozambique's president Filipe Nyusi. Photo by Dércio Tsandzana, used with permission. In October 2019, Mozambique will elect its next president and its Congress for the sixth time since 1994 — and will elect provincial governors for the first time in its history. Although the race hasn't officially begun, it is generally expected that … Continua la lettura di What do we know about Mozambique’s next general elections?
          Death toll rising in Mozambique flooding crisis      Cache   Translate Page      
from ARIMANDO DOMINGOS in Maputo, Mozambique MAPUTO, (CAJ News) – THE death toll from the flooding in Mozambique has risen to ten. This is the aftermath of the tropical storm called IDAI, which is projected to reach tropical cyclone stage in the coming days. Some 62 975 people were affected by the floods in the provinces of Niassa, Tete and Zambezia. Some […]
          Mpact says rising power prices will place pressure on margins      Cache   Translate Page      
South African paper and plastics packaging group Mpact is forecasting further improvements in the operating performance of its paper business in 2019 as recent capital projects are optimised and fruit volumes improve following the recent Western Cape drought. In the short term, however, the group expects subdued growth and warns that it profit margins will be adversely impacted by the introduction of a carbon tax, as well as above inflation cost increases in electricity, water and other administered services. Mpact has 21 manufacturing operations in South Africa, Namibia and Mozambique.
          Tropical Cyclone Idai Aims at Mozambique      Cache   Translate Page      

          African Athletes      Cache   Translate Page      
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Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
          Re: Maputo Mozambique      Cache   Translate Page      
I will be visiting Mozambique soon,possibly in a month's time or 2months. How about more detailed direction of the places where the guys hang around and who to contact to show me around. You can also reach me
          At Least 15 People Died Due to Flooding in Mozambique's North Provinces - UN      Cache   Translate Page      
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - At least 15 people have died in Mozambique's northern provinces due to heavy flooding in the area, the UN Resident Coordinator for Mozambique international organisation reported on Wednesday.
          Kenmare delivers record shipment volumes for third consecutive year      Cache   Translate Page      
Mozambique-focused titanium minerals producer Kenmare Resources on Wednesday announced “strong” preliminary results for the 2018 financial year. Its flagship operation, the Moma mine, in northern Mozambique, is a tier-one asset with a resource life of over 100 years at planned production levels, supporting increased global demand for titanium feedstocks.
          Al menos 66 muertos en las inundaciones de Mozambique      Cache   Translate Page      
          Africa, Waterval Boven, Monkey's and Pumba!      Cache   Translate Page      

The journey to Africa began with a series of highly unnecessary and time consuming flights. You see the original plan involved us stopping in Egypt and Kenya but these had to be cut because of all the chaos there. So we still flew through Cairo, where a series of dodgy passport recordings and constant shuffling from one arbitrary room to another left us highly deranged and confused. Eventually we escaped though and even managed to see one of the pyramids from the plane. Yep Egypt and the pyramids ticked and we didn´t even have to leave the airport.

After another few flights and a long bus ride we were greeted by the legendary Gustav. Gustav took us to our glorious home for the next few weeks, a climbing lodge in a small village called Waterval Boven!


Nomad had decided that we should visit Boven after seeing a random photo of a climber next to a waterfall. Turns out it was a good choice and this place was a climbing paradise with hundreds of awesome routes and a really great setup with the climbers lodge 'Roc n Rope'. This lodge had it all. It was fully equiped house and we had it all to our selves. We highly recommend you come stay with Roc n Rope if you want an African adventure.

Gustav and his Wife Alex run Roc n Rope Adventures, its a climbing school, gear shop and lodge. They are super friendly and helpful and have all the beta you need for an awesome time climbing in Boven. It is easy to get there from Joberg also using the citybug bus service. Check out the Roc n Rope website for more info:

Gustav and Alex love climbing and we actually met up with them in Thailand at the end of the year. Their son also gave Beric a run for his money playing chess and slack lining!

Steve and Beric quickly discovered the local butcher and it was soon clear that this was the best shop in the world! T bones for $3, lamb chops, a far superior version of beef jerky called Biltong and dried sausages called Dry Wors became our regular diet. Real caveman like just the way it should be. We haven't seen nomad eat meat since we can remember so he missed out, he has been living on some sort of strange carrot diet.

We were lucky enough to have the butcher cook us a traditional meal one day called Vetkoek and mince. Basically a bread roll with mince on it. Vegetables and salad where slim pickings you see:

There was a mysterious fish and chip shop window we went to a lot and a post office that reminded us of Garbutt.

  Across the road from the lodge was the old peoples home, they were either trying to keep people out, or trap the old people in. We weren't sure :S

On our first day out climbing we were guided by Jan AKA the Edelrid Man. Jan works at Roc n Rope and has been on all sorts of adventures around the world. He even spent six months on the most remote island in the world working with rare birds.


The Edelrid Man makes the best beer in Boven and plans to start his own brewery soon.

The old keep the beer temp constant with the sleeping bag trick:

Zimbabwe are screwed man! it costs some $200 000 to buy a square of toilet paper. Inflation there was up in the millions so they scraped their currency and use US dollars now:

The Edelrid Man took us to a crag where we quickly learnt about the unique aspects of African climbing. You see climbers share the cliffs with troops of baboons, you have to be careful not to grab a big pile of stinking baboon crap when you reach for that nice jug...

While on a tricky lead Beric had an encounter with an angry Red Tail. This thing would come out of nowhere and swoop with great speed straight for his head narrowly missing each time. A few rocks in his pocket provided some defence but the bird won that round and we retreated to a different climb. This is beric on some heinously hard blank climb:

Beric abseiled down to a baboon poo ledge and took some Stella shots of Steve on his project (Monster grad 29). Now that's a bomber anchor set up if I ever saw one:

Beric decided to wander into an African hair salon. He came out looking like this:

It was quite an experience actually. I (Beric) was exposed to manya crazy event whilst in this salon for some 5 hours. Firstly, the salon was next to a liquor store and had many drunk men venturing in to mess around with the ladies. Next was all the African women with their afro's gossiping. I can't reveal what they told me, but they speak alot about sex. In fact, the lady doing my dreads openly told me she was going out the back for a minute to masturbate. I waited patiently with my head coverd in 'twist n loc' while she proceeded with her mission.

It's also a good time to mention that approximately 80% of the African women in the province have AIDS. The highest in South Africa. In fact Edelrid man told me that half the men believe that AIDS is a myth, some sort of conspiracy made by the government. The Mozambique president has a new wife every year, heavily promotes promiscuity and allegedly raped a HIV positive spokeswoman working to create awareness on the issue. Yep, aids certainly is a huge problem in Africa and unfortunately it will be near impossible to solve.

Population growth is another major issue here. The insight I gained from the women in the salon, is that all the woman desperately want to get pregnant. they believe the more children they have the wealthier they may potentially be, as there is a baby bonus, and the children will work and look after them.

I also discovered that they do not actually even cut hair in this salon. They have a hair menu which included uber classics such as:

- Da Bradz
- Corn rows
- Them Platz

They were all lovely people that we met and we had the pleasure of watching a choir group preform gospel songs in Gustavs back yard. They were practising for a wedding. There is quality footage of me dancing and singing a song with them which will never be released..

In addition to bum hair you need to habits to back it up. My clothes are so dirty these days they stand up like cardboard..

The reason Waterval Boven is world famous is because of a classic photo taken of someone climbing a bright red cliff in front of a waterfall. Needless to say, we had to climb that thing and replicate that photo.

 Beric living his life:

Steve being a Steven:

While Steve and Nomad were climbing the waterfall route, I (Beric) had abseiled over the edge of a cliff to take some shots. As I came back up the rope and stepped over the edge of the cliff top I heard a loud aggressive BARK. I thought it was a rabid dog at first. I nearly fell backwards over the cliff! I looked up and realised I was surrounded by about 50 baboons. Some of them were really big and would have stood eye to eye with me. These things have big fangs and are very strong. A fight with them would be certain death. I took out my leatherman. Took a deep breath. AND RAN. As fast as I could. I found Steve and Nomad and told them the baboons where coming. Steve and I got the cameras and crept up a hill to take some distance shots of them. A word of advice to our monkey clan friends. If you encounter wild baboons or monkeys, don't stair them in the eyes, show them your teeth or stand on anything higher than them. They take this as a challenge you see.

Some brief history, South Africa was under a Parte in the early 90's. Black people were suppressed and forced to live in divided town ships between the white and black people. The parte was abolished in 1994, however many of the towns in South Africa are still divided. This is the case in Waterval Boven and the 'Black Town' as the local refer to it, was very shocking and confronting to see for the first time. It really fits the stereo type. Picture a hillside of corrugated iron shanties, chickens roaming through garbage and young children kicking raggy soccer balls. We walked through the 'black town' on a number of occasions. The first time was on an arbitrary mission to locate a mysterious bakery. This bakery was no French Patisserie, just White bread and scones.


Other times we walked through the black town was to get to the waterfall cliff. On these walks we kept of valuables well out of sight as the people are extremely poor and hence opportunistic. However, in general they were all very friendly and would wave and smile. Unfortunately if you turn your back though, BAM goodbye backpack. This leads us to Joberg, we didn´t visit as we don't like cities and we deemed it too unsafe anyway. Word is you have to drive through red lights at 200km an hour and travel in convoys. We also hear that Britain sends their Paramedics to Joberg to get desensitised to trauma injuries.

One of the scariest things we did this year was walk through the train tunnel near the waterfall cliff. It was the only way back to town from the climbing area we abseiled into. Our only other option would have been a steep dangerous scramble up a cliff.

The tunnel was a few hundred meters long and became extremely narrow in the middle, and pitch black of course! The trains come about once an hour. In the event a train comes you have to lay flat on the ground against the wall apparently and you will survive. We didn't want to test the theory and I highly doubted it would have worked in the middle section. But we took the gamble and made our way through as quickly as possible.

In the middle of the tunnel my senses went wild, my eyes were darting everywhere looking for any places to hide if a train came. My headlamp flickering on the black railway stones. Occasionally there where little corners which I kept in mind in the event I had to retreat to them. We were running and I could feel my heart pounding hard. The whole time I was anticipating a dreaded train whistle to blast through the tunnel.  But we made it through all ok  Jan told me he once got to the exit just as a train flew around the corner. Lucky man.

The Mozambique refugees and nomads like to use this train track to illegally migrate to South Afirca. They walk for hundreds of km's along these tracks.

Our Joberg friends Gareth, Desiree, Monica and Anna disagree though and kept trying to convince us to visit. After surviving Mexico and Venezuela we weren´t taking any risks though, we also thought it was too dangerous after we walked around the corner one evening to meet Desiree at Monica's car and this is all we saw:

 We spent a few days climbing with these new friends and thoroughly enjoyed their company.

On one of our final nights at Waterval, we received a delightful surprise from our friend Gustuv. Three amazing and beautiful girls from Spain turned up to stay at our lodge for the night. That's right, it's our lodge. Over the three weeks we became possessive of our lodge..
The girl's were interesting and kicked our ass's in pool. Hola amigos! Te echamos de menos! espero verte pronto ;)

We are working on a movie but Steve's laptop with our software died in Thailand. So no movie yet. We will put it up later on when we are finished rock climbing our arms off :D

In between climbing in South Africa we went to Krugar national park to do a 3 day Safari. Krugar is Only 2 hours from waterval boven and features Mustafa, Rahfiki, Pumba and Malaria. This will be in the next blog so stay tuned!

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The crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jetliner shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa shattered families and communities

In this image taken from video, rescuers search through wreckage at the scene of an Ethiopian Airlines flight that crashed shortly after takeoff at Hejere near Bishoftu, or Debre Zeit, some 50 kilometers (31 miles) south of Addis Ababa, in Ethiopia Sunday, March 10, 2019. The Ethiopian Airlines flight crashed shortly after takeoff from Ethiopia's capital on Sunday morning, killing all 157 on board, authorities said, as grieving families rushed to airports in Addis Ababa and the destination, Nairobi. (AP Photo/Yidnek Kirubel)

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Three Austrian physicians. The co-founder of an international aid organization. A career ambassador. The wife and children of a Slovak legislator. A Nigerian-born Canadian college professor, author and satirist. They were all among the 157 people from 35 countries who died Sunday morning when an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 jetliner crashed shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa en route to Nairobi, Kenya. Here are some of their stories.


Kenya: 32 victims

— Hussein Swaleh, the former secretary general of the Football Kenya Federation, was named as being among the dead by Sofapaka Football Club.

He was due to return home on the flight after working as the match commissioner in an African Champions League game in Egypt on Friday.

— Cedric Asiavugwa, a law student at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., was on his way to Nairobi after the death of his fiancee's mother, the university said in a statement.

Asiavugwa, who was in his third year at the law school, was born and raised in Mombasa, Kenya. Before he came to Georgetown, he worked with groups helping refugees in Zimbabwe, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, the university said.

At Georgetown, Asiavugwa studied international business and economic law.

The university said Asiavugwa's family and friends "remembered him as a kind, compassionate and gentle soul, known for his beautifully warm and infectious smile."


Canada: 18 victims

—Pius Adesanmi, a Nigerian professor with Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, was on his way to a meeting of the African Union's Economic, Social and Cultural Council in Nairobi, John O. Oba, Nigeria's representative to the panel, told The Associated Press.

The author of "Naija No Dey Carry Last," a collection of satirical essays, Adesanmi had degrees from Ilorin and Ibadan universities in Nigeria, and the University of British Columbia. He was director of Carleton's Institute of African Studies, according to the university's website. He was also a former assistant professor of comparative literature at Pennsylvania State University.

"Pius was a towering figure in African and post-colonial scholarship and his sudden loss is a tragedy," said Benoit-Antoine Bacon, Carleton's president and vice chancellor.

Adesanmi was the winner of the inaugural Penguin Prize for African non-fiction writing in 2010.

Mitchell Dick, a Carleton student who is finishing up a communications honors degree, said he took a first- and second-year African literature course with Adesanmi.

Adesanmi was "extremely nice and approachable," and stood out for his passion for the subject matter, Dick said.

—Mohamed Hassan Ali confirmed that he had lost his sister and niece.

Ali said his sister, Amina Ibrahim Odowaa, and her five-year-old daughter, Safiya, were on board the jet that went down six minutes after it took off from the Addis Ababa airport on the way to Nairobi, Kenya.

"(She was) a very nice person, very outgoing, very friendly. Had a lot of friends," he said of his sister, who lived in Edmonton and was travelling to Kenya to visit with relatives.

Amina Ibrahim Odowaa and her daughter Sofia Faisal Abdulkadir

The 33-year-old Edmonton woman and her five year-old daughter were travelling to Kenya to visit with relatives.

A family friend said Odowaa has lived in Edmonton since 2006.

— Derick Lwugi, an accountant with the City of Calgary, was also among the victims, his wife, Gladys Kivia, said. He leaves behind three children, aged 17, 19 and 20, Kivia said.

The couple had been in Calgary for 12 years, and Lwugi had been headed to Kenya to visit both of their parents.


Ethiopia: 9 victims

— The aid group Save the Children said an Ethiopian colleague died in the crash.

Tamirat Mulu Demessie had been a child protection in emergencies technical adviser and "worked tirelessly to ensure that vulnerable children are safe during humanitarian crises," the group said in a statement.


China: 8 victims


Italy: 8 victims

—Paolo Dieci, one of the founders of the International Committee for the Development of Peoples, was among the dead, the group said on its website.

"The world of international cooperation has lost one of its most brilliant advocates and Italian civil society has lost a precious point of reference," wrote the group, which partners with UNICEF in northern Africa.

UNICEF Italia sent a tweet of condolences over Dieci's death, noting that CISP, the group's Italian acronym, was a partner in Kenya, Libya and Algeria.

—Sebastiano Tusa, the Sicilian regional assessor to the Italian Culture Ministry, was en route to Nairobi when the plane crashed, according to Sicilian regional President Nello Musemeci. In a statement reported by the ANSA news agency, Musemeci said he received confirmation from the foreign ministry, which confirmed the news to The Associated Press.

In a tweet, Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte said it was a day of pain for everyone. He said: "We are united with the relatives of the victims and offer them our heartfelt thoughts."

Tusa was also a noted underwater archaeologist.

—The World Food Program confirmed that two of the Italian victims worked for the Rome-based U.N. agency.

A WFP spokeswoman identified the victims as Virginia Chimenti and Maria Pilar Buzzetti.

—Three other Italians worked for the Bergamo-based humanitarian agency, Africa Tremila: Carlo Spini, his wife, Gabriella Viggiani and the treasurer, Matteo Ravasio.


United States: 8 victims


France: 7 victims

—A group representing members of the African diaspora in Europe is mourning the loss of its co-chairperson and "foremost brother," Karim Saafi.

A French Tunisian, Saafi, 38, was on an official mission representing the African Diaspora Youth Forum in Europe, the group announced on its Facebook page.

"Karim's smile, his charming and generous personality, eternal positivity, and his noble contribution to Youth employment, diaspora engagement and Africa's socio-economic development will never be forgotten," the post read. "Brother Karim, we'll keep you in our prayers."

Saafi left behind a fiancée.


UK: 7 victims

— Joanna Toole, a 36-year-old from Exmouth, Devon, was heading to Nairobi to attend the United Nations Environment Assembly when she was killed.

Father Adrian described her as a "very soft and loving" woman whose "work was not a job — it was her vocation".

"Everybody was very proud of her and the work she did. We're still in a state of shock. Joanna was genuinely one of those people who you never heard a bad word about," he told the DevonLive website.

He also said she used to keep homing pigeons and pet rats and travelled to the remote Faroe Islands to prevent whaling.

Manuel Barange, the director of Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations fisheries and aquaculture department, tweeted saying he was "profoundly sad and lost for words" over the death of the "wonderful human being".

— Joseph Waithaka, a 55-year-old who lived in Hull for a decade before moving back to his native Kenya, also died in the crash, his son told the Hull Daily Mail.

Ben Kuria, who lives in London, said his father had worked for the Probation Service, adding: "He helped so many people in Hull who had found themselves on the wrong side of the law."

Waithaka had dual Kenyan and British citizenship, the BBC reported.


Egypt: 6 victims


Germany: 5 victims


India: 4 victims


Slovakia: 4 victims

—A lawmaker of Slovak Parliament said his wife, daughter and son were killed in the crash. Anton Hrnko, a legislator for the ultra-nationalist Slovak National Party, said he was "in deep grief" over the deaths of his wife, Blanka, son, Martin, and daughter, Michala. Their ages were not immediately available.

Martin Hrnko was working for the Bubo travel agency. The agency said he was traveling for his vacation in Kenya.

President Andrej Kiska offered his condolences to Hrnko.


Austria: 3 victims

—Austrian Foreign Ministry spokesman Peter Guschelbauer confirmed that three Austrian doctors in their early 30s were on board the flight. The men were on their way to Zanzibar, he said, but he could not confirm the purpose of their trip.


Russia: 3 victims

—The Russian Embassy in Ethiopia said that airline authorities had identified its deceased nationals as Yekaterina Polyakova, Alexander Polyakov and Sergei Vyalikov.

News reports identify the first two as husband and wife. State news agency RIA-Novosibirsk cites a consular official in Nairobi as saying all three were tourists.


Sweden: 3 victims

— Hospitality company Tamarind Group announced "with immense shock and grief" that its chief executive Jonathan Seex was among the fatalities.


Israel: 2 victims


Morocco: 2 victims


Poland: 2 victims


Spain: 2 victims


Belgium: 1 victim


Djibouti: 1 victim


Indonesia: 1 victim


Ireland: 1 victim

— Irishman Michael Ryan was among the seven dead from the United Nations' World Food Programme, a humanitarian organization distributing billions of rations every year to those in need.

The Rome-based aid worker and engineer known as Mick was formerly from Lahinch in County Clare in Ireland's west and was believed to be married with two children.

His projects have included creating safe ground for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and assessing the damage to rural roads in Nepal that were blocked by landslides.

Irish premier Leo Varadkar said: "Michael was doing life-changing work in Africa with the World Food Programme."


Mozambique: 1 victim


Nepal: 1 victim


Nigeria: 1 victim

—The Nigerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said it received the news of retired Ambassador Abiodun Oluremi Bashu's death "with great shock and prayed that the Almighty God grant his family and the nation, the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss."

Bashu was born in Ibadan in 1951 and joined the Nigerian Foreign Service in 1976. He had served in different capacities both at Headquarters and Foreign Missions such as Vienna, Austria, Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire and Tehran, Iran. He also served as secretary to the Conference of Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

At the time of his death, Bashu was on contract with the United Nations Economic Commission of Africa.


Norway: 1 victim

—The Red Cross of Norway confirmed that Karoline Aadland, a finance officer, was among those on the flight.

Aadland, 28, was originally from Bergen, Norway. The Red Cross said she was traveling to Nairobi for a meeting.

Aadland's Linkedin page says she had done humanitarian and environmental work. The page says her work and studies had taken her to France, Kenya, South Africa and Malawi.

"People who know me describe me as a resourceful, dedicated and kindhearted person," she wrote on Linkedin.

The Red Cross says in a news release that it "offers support to the closest family, and to employees who want it," the organization said in a news release.


Rwanda: 1 victim


Saudi Arabia: 1 victim


Serbia: 1 victim

Serbia's foreign ministry confirmed that one of its nationals was aboard the plane. The ministry gave no further details, but local media identified the man as 54-year-old Djordje Vdovic.

The Vecernje Novosti daily reported that he worked at the World Food Program.


Somalia: 1 victim


Sudan: 1 victim


Togo: 1 victim


Uganda: 1 victim


Yemen: 1 victim


U.N. passport: 1 victim


           Tropical Storm IDAI19 : Population Exposure Analysis in Mozambique - 12 March 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
Tropical Storm "IDAI 19" formed in the Mozambique Channel on March 9, 2019 as the 10th named storm of the 2018/19 Southwest Indian Ocean cyclone season. The cyclone is expected to reach Category 4 hurricane equivalent and make landfall over Mozambique coastlines Thursday, March 14. Tropical Cyclone IDAI is moving south- southwest over the northern Mozambique Channel, strengthening. As of 11 March its centre was located approximately 120 km north-west of Maintirano (Mahajanga Province, western Madagascar) with maximum sustained winds of 167 km/h. IDAI is now at such an intensity that she can have a high humanitarian impact as by GDACS assessment. This is based on the maximum sustained wind speed, exposed population and vulnerability. Based on data of the expected tropical cyclone path IDAI, wind speeds zones from Joint Research Centre (Issued on 12 March 2019 00:00 UTC), and population data from WorldPop 2015, UNITAR-UNOSAT conducted a population exposure analysis for Mozambique. About 6%, 3% and 10% of population of Mozambique living inside wind speed zone of 120 km/h, 90 km/h and 60 km/h accordingly.
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Some of the members of Mozambican leading women’s rights groups, Forum Mulher.

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Authorities in Mozambique’s capital, Maputo, shut down one march and initially blocked another in the latest onslaught against free expression in the country. On March 1, police officers armed with rifles disrupted a march organized by a local primary school to mark the city’s annual carnival. Four days later, the mayor of Maputo rejected plans for Mozambique’s leading women’s rights group, Forum Mulher, to march against domestic violence on International Women’s Day.

An organizer of Nyoxani Primary School’s children’s carnival told Human Rights Watch they had asked for police protection prior to their event, but after receiving no response from the mayor’s office, decided to proceed. To their surprise, as soon as the two lines of 300 children moved off the school premises, police vehicles blocked them. The school principal says an officer then produced a document stating the mayor had refused to authorize the march because it was taking place on a weekday and could cause “excessive noise.”

Nyoxani Primary School premises in a small up market suburb of Maputo called Sommerchield.

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Meanwhile, Forum Mulher first wrote to the mayor’s office on February 12, requesting a police escort for their march. The reply, on March 4, said that the march could not take place during normal working hours because it could cause traffic congestion and excessive noise. But after criticism on social media, the mayor on March 7 – just a day before International Women’s Day – let the protest go ahead, without explaining his change of mind. 

The authorities’ heavy-handed approach comes weeks after police tried to stop a campaign against Mozambique’s secret debt, launched by the country’s anti-corruption group, CIP (Public Integrity Center). On January 21, police officers began confiscating campaign T-shirts of people leaving the CIP’s offices in Maputo, alleging they could “create agitation.”

Under Mozambican law, public marches do not need any authorization and only require local authorities to be notified four days prior to allow for police protection and traffic arrangements.

Stopping women and children from demonstrating not only violates people’s freedom of expression, but also shows how just repressive Mozambican authorities have become. 

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Representantes de instituciones culturales cubanas junto con el saxofonista Michel Herrera y su banda y el chef Héctor Jiménez llegaron hoy a Maputo, capital de Mozambique, última escala de una gira por tres países de África Austral.
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Tropical Cyclone Idai is on its way for Mozambique on Friday March 15, 2019 and it will bring a ton of Rain and it will be 100+ mm of Rain and the Winds will be Real Strong in Mozambique and it will head towards the Southeast Coast of Africa and it will Bring a lot of Flooding and there will be Big waves Crashing the Beaches and Shores of Mozambique and it will cause mudslides and landslides and it will do some damage to buildings and it will bring down Power Lines and Snapping Tree Branches in Half and it will be Wind Driven Rain and the Wind Shear is Very Low and the Waters is Very Warm that will Intensify the Tropical Cyclone Idai. People in Mozambique Be Prepared Have your Rubber Boots, Rain Coats and Rain Suits Ready. When you Go Outside Wear your Rain Gear Rubber Boots and Rain Coats to Keep you Dry. Order your Food from your Local Restaurants and Buy Cases of Pepsi and Coke. Have your Samsung Galaxys, Samsung Galaxy Smartphones, Samsung Galaxy Tablets, Smartphones, Cell Phones, Laptops and Tablets Charged and Have your 3G and 4G Internet Ready. Make Sure to Stay Away from the Beaches and Don't Go Near the Shores. Have your Medical Kits, Flashlights, Candles, Crank Up radio, Extra Batteries, Generators, Battery Operated Lanterns and Bottled Water Ready. When the Storm Gets Real Bad Get inside of your house so you Can be Safe. If you Have anybody Living in Mozambique Be Prepared for Tropical Cyclone Idai on Friday March 15, 2019. Take Care and Stay Safe and Don't Get Caught in the Tropical Cyclone Stay Dry and Be Safe.
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Tropical Cyclone Idai is currently posing a massive risk for the population of Mozambique as it slowly swirls its way towards the country’s eastern coastline.

Read more: What you need to know about Tropical Cyclone Idai, set to strike Mozambique this week

At last count by MeteoFrance, the storm has sustained winds of just under 150km/h radiating some 56km from its core.

To put this storm’s power into perspective, meteorologists and weather enthusiasts have taken to Twitter with animations, stills, and satellite imagery of the storm.

These are the latest:

#Tropical #Indian_Ocean #18S #Idai ECMWF animation 13/0001UTC data— Mike Trigger (@T2mike) March 13, [...]

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  Eni and Qatar Petroleum signed a farm out agreement to enable Qatar Petroleum to acquire a 25.5% participating interest in Block A5-A, offshore Mozambique. The agreement is subject to the authorization by the Mozambican authorities. Block A5-A, located in the deep waters of the Northern Zambezi Basin, approximately 1,500 km north-east of the capital Maputo, was awarded to Eni following the 5th competitive Licensing Round launched by the Republic of Mozambique while the Exploration and...

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  Islands to the US, British civil servant Paul Gore-Booth wrote that the aim of the exercise was “to get some rocks which will remain ours.”   To which British diplomat Dennis Greenhill replied, in a cable brut ally maligning the population of the Chagos Islands: “Unfortunately, along with birds go som e few Tarzans … whose origins are obscure and who are hopefully being wished on to Mauritius.”   Had Greenhill illuminated himself he would have learned that the first inhabitants of th e Chagos Islands were slaves shipped from Madagascar and Mozambique to work on coconut planta tions by the French in the 18th century. AfterRead More →

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East Coast Radio — A 15 member team is en route to Mozambique in anticipation of Cyclone Idai - which is barrelling towards the country's coastline. Forecasters expect the cyclone to make landfall in a few days' time.
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I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
          6 años de pontificado: Francisco se convierte en el otro “Papa viajero”      Cache   Translate Page      

(ZENIT – 13 marzo 2019).- Tal día como hoy, hace 6 años, Jorge Mario Bergoglio fue elegido el 265º sucesor de Pedro, la persona designada por el Cónclave de 115 cardenales para dirigir la Iglesia.

Tercera jornada del Retiro de Cuaresma © Vatican MediaEl 13 de marzo de 2013, a las 19:05 horas, salió humo blanco de la chimenea de la Cabina Sixtina, anunciando la gran noticia. Minutos más tarde, el jesuita argentino, arzobispo de Buenas Aires, se presentó ante los miles de fieles que aguardaban en la plaza de San Pedro y con su ya famoso: “Buenas tardes” dejó ver la sencillez y cercanía que acompañarían su pontificado.

Francisco este año, como de costumbre, celebra el aniversario de su elección como pontífice, en la Casa del Divino Maestro, en Ariccia, donde se encuentra esta semana retirado con sus hermanos de la Curia Romana para realizar el Retiro de Cuaresma.

Ritmo superior al de Juan Pablo II

Este año, Francisco bate récords en su agenda de viajes. A sus 82, el Pontífice argentino ha realizado 27 viajes internacionales, que supone un ritmo superior al que siguió su antecesor Juan Pablo II, el pontífice polaco apodado “el Papa viajero”, elegido papa a sus 58 años.

El Papa saluda a un grupo de niños en Yangon, Myanmar © L'Osservatore RomanoLa JMJ de Brasil en 2013, 5 viajes internaciones en 2014, siendo Corea del Sur y Turquía los más llamativos, cinco destinos en cuatro continentes diferentes en el año 2015: América del Sur hasta América del Norte, África, Asia y Europa; Grecia, México o Armenia son algunos de los seis países que el Santo Padre visitó en 2016; Egipto marcó el año 2017, con el importante encuentro ecuménico junto al Gran Imán de Al-Azhar; 4 viajes en el pasado año 2018 y 2

Es importante destacar su viaje a los Emiratos Árabes Unidos, siendo el primer papa en visitar la península arábiga, y convirtiéndose en el tercer viaje a un país de mayoría musulmana (tras Turquía y Egipto), y teniendo en cuenta que pronto se sumará a la lista Marruecos, el próximo 30 de marzo.

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La Santa Sede ha confirmado varios viajes que el Papa realizará próximamente. Del 30 al 31 de marzo, Su Santidad visitará Marruecos, donde abordará el problema de los refugiados, y participará en algún encuentro ecuménico e interreligioso.

El Papa sube al avión que le lleva a Egipto (Osservatore © Romano)El siguiente viaje (que supondrá el cuarto de 2019) será a Bulgaria y Macedonia del 5 al 7 de mayo. La visita a Macedonia, la primera de un Pontífice, incluye un recuerdo especial hacia la Madre Teresa de Calcuta, la santa nacida en la capital de Albania, Skopje en 1910.

Por último, del 31 de mayo al 2 de junio, el Santo Padre viajará Rumanía. De momento, Japón es un destino que entra en los planes de Francisco para noviembre de 2019, confirmado por la Santa Sede, aunque aun sin fechar determinada.

Madagascar y Mozambique, además de Iraq, podrían ser otros países a los que el Santo Padre le gustaría ir, según algunas declaraciones del Vaticano, así como Corea, que siendo más complejo por la situación política que se vive en el país, se ha manifestado como otro deseo del Papa argentino. El Papa ya estuvo en Corea del Sur en 2014, con ocasión de la VI Jornada de la Juventud Asiática.

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