AMG Globconsult Limitada is registered in Mozambique as a professional corporation specialising in external auditing, risk management (including internal auditing), accounting based advisory services (ABAS), corporate advisory services, company secretarial services, taxation services, corporate recovery and management consulting services. AMG Globconsult Limitada is a member firm of AMG Global Chartered Accountants, a Swiss Verein. Other member firms are situated in Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia and Malawi.
Many guests like to relax by the pool or in the garden, but why not take a leisurely walk along the beach to the mangroves and Praia dos Amores? Or stroll down to the hotel´s jetty to select a book from the exchange library to read in your personal hammock (hang mat) on your room balcony. The beach is clean and safe for swimming and the garden offers many quiet spots to still the heart and mind. It is especially lovely to observe the sunrise and moonrise above the Indian Ocean. Relaxing massages can be arranged upon request. Individual and group aerobic classes are available on demand on weekend mornings. For these and other activities, please inquire at reception. Local artists have placed their works of art in the restaurant and rooms for you to discover. Also, visit our small in-house museum that commemorates Samora Machel´s visits to the hotel during the anti-colonial liberation struggle and first years of Independence.
Vale Moçambique produced around 4 million tons of coal in Mozambique in 2013, but managed to export just 3 million tons, said the company’s managing director Ricardo Saad, summing up the activities of the Mozambican subsidiary of Brazilian group Vale.
The problems with transporting cargo along the Sena Railroad, linking Beira, in Mozambique’s Sofala province, to the coal town of Moatize, in Tete province, was the main constraint on exporting all of the company’s coal, Saad said.
Vale Moçambique’s revenues from selling coal, mainly to the Asian market, totalled US$381.9 million, of which US$58.5 million, 15.3 percent of the total, was used to pay taxes.
Noting that the coal mining project was still in an investment phase, and that this would continue for at least five years, the managing director of Vale Moçambique said that the company posted an operating loss of US$484.4 million in 2013.
Along with other investments the company has invested US$932.1 million to build an alternative rail route covering the 900 kilometres from Moatize to the port of Nacala, in Nampula province.
In 2014 the company expects to spend around US$2 billion on increasing the processing capacity of the mine and on the Nacala railway.
Projections for coal production this year are 5 million tons, of which 4 million tons are expected to be exported.