(Reuters) - In
port capital ,
glitzy offices, boutique hotels and fancy restaurants are popping up alongside
crumbling colonial buildings, nourished by multi-billion dollar investment in
coal and gas deposits to the north. Maputo
Luxury cars jam crowded streets and smart-suited business executives strut the sidewalks.
But their proximity to children begging for food and clusters of tin-roofed shacks offers testimony that the benefits of the southern African nation's incipient economic boom are out of reach for the vast majority of its 23 million people. Read more