Sena reopening

MOZAMBIQUE state railway authority CFM announced last month that it expected services to resume on the southern part of the Sena line ’before March’. After a 20-year hiatus caused by civil war, trains will start to carry limestone over the 90?km section from quarries at Muanza to a cement factory ...

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