Readers' photos on Mozambique
The stories behind the headlines from around the globe
Struggling African nation on the brink of better times
The BBC's Rajan Datar finds out about efforts to restore endangered wildlife to Mozambique.
Mozambique's home-grown diving instructors
Meet five very different people in Mozambique
Mozambique has travelled far post-independence.
The artist turning civil war weapons into art
A country of contrasts
One mayor's battle to turn around his town
Mozambique's resources: a blessing or curse?
Why the Mbila is so important to Mozambique
The Portuguese seeking a future in Mozambique
Are all in Tete feeling the gains?
Readers' photos on the theme Mozambique
Mozambique's coal town of Tete is proving a boom for some but leaving others out of the growing prosperity, writes Anna Wallenlind Nuvunga.
The BBC's Laeila Adjovi meets five very different people who live and work in Maputo, to talk about their lives in Mozambique.
One Square Mile journeys to the carnival capital of Africa in northern Mozambique where Mayor Manuel de Araujo is battling corruption and years of neglect.
Ariadne Van Zandbergen is a freelance wildlife and travel photographer specialised in Africa. Born and raised in Belgium she is now based in South Africa, from where she makes regular photographic...
With Portugal staggering economically, many now see the country's former colony of Mozambique as holding out more prospects than home, writes the BBC's Alexis Akwagyiram.