Tahua Mote is no longer Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Institute of Communications. In addition to him, the Council of Ministers decided to dismiss Américo Muchanga, CEO of Mozambique Airports, and Cinguane Mabote, CEO of the National Institute of Road Transport, who will be replaced by Nelson Mário Monteiro Nunes. Mote was dismissed this Tuesday, during the twentieth session of the Council of Ministers, almost two months after the changes in mobile phone tariffs, which caused great social protest. According to the Spokesperson of the Council of Ministers, Filimao Suaze, this was not the reason that dictated the executive’s decision, especially because, as he explained, two other Chairmen of Boards of Directors (PCAs) were also dismissed. “Three PCAs were dismissed and the reasons are exactly the same, so some of them have nothing to do with fees. What has been done at the level of governance is that the country’s development and governance processes are dynamic, some staff placed in some institutions may be necessary to help us boost other areas”, justified Suaze, saying that it was necessary to avoid “speculation”. Tahua Mote was appointed in September 2021 and Helena Maria Lopes Fernandes Tomás was appointed to take his place. But there were more changes. The Council of Ministers decided to dismiss Américo Muchanga, CEO of Mozambique Airports, and Cinguane Mabote, CEO of the National Road Transport Institute, who will be replaced by Nelson Mário Monteiro Nunes. Also at the twentieth ordinary session of the Council of Ministers, the government approved the concession of the infrastructures of the Chongoene port terminal, in the province of Gaza. “The decree establishes the legal basis that allows the concession, under a public-private partnership regime, to a private operator, for the construction, operation, maintenance, management and return of the infrastructures of the Chongoene port terminal, for the commercial exploitation of the public port service”, explained the spokesperson. The government approved the decrees that classify the buildings of the National Library, the Franco-Mozambican Cultural Centre and the Santo António da Polana Church as national heritage. The objective of the classification, as stated by the source, is to guarantee legal protection, conservation and sustainable management of the buildings. Source: O País

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