Even though the traditional aspects of the Mozambican culture were on the verge of being overruled, Many of its fascinating components still remain intact even today.
Rice is used as the basis of many meals in Mozambique, which is regularly served with beans. One of the country’s best-known dishes is chicken Piri-Piri, which can be tried out when you opt to spend your vacation at one of the Mozambique hotels the likes of Anantara Medjumbe Island Resort.
From an early age, Mozambique has had an outlet for its intellectuals and journalists by means of their own newspaper, despite the colonial censorship of the country. Many wrote poetry to express their resistance to being colonised. Portuguese and Tsonga are some of the languages that were employed in these writings.
If you say that football is Mozambique’s favourite sport, you’re not wrong! However, you can also find that sports like basketball, track and field are also popular in the country. Mozambique even boasts of securing a gold medal in Sydney Olympics back in 2000.
Many of the printed media in Mozambique are owned and regulated by the country’s government, including newspapers such as Tempo, Domingo, and Noticias. However, during the 1990s, small independent companies paved the way for publications such as O Popular and Zambeze.