If one is to assess how local representation changes with the integration of traditional authorities into the local governance system, one must analyse it in the context of the other developments in the post-colonial state, and most saliently the most recent drives to decentralisation. Orre argues that the concept of political space for the opposition is an important analytical category to get a broader view of democratisation. This in turn is necessary to assess the political significance of the reforms "traditional authority" to more formalised and important positions within the local governance.
Corruption and anti-corruption within the research sector and higher education system in Mozambique
Author: Caitlin Maslen (TI), Reviewers: Aldemiro Bande (Centro de Integridade Pública), Mihaylo Milovanovitch (Center for Applied Policy and Integrity), Carmeliza Rosario (CMI)
Save the Children’s work on child protection and child rights in Mozambique and South Sudan
Matthew Gichohi, Ottar Mæstad
Poorly designed youth employment programmes will boost the insurgency in Mozambique
Aslak Orre, Salvador Forquilha