Chinguane Mabote

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"Born in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, during the war for Mozambique independence. Studied in the UK, graduating with BSc Honours in Engineering Science at Hull University in 1994, through a scholarship sponsored by Defence Systems (DSL) Ltd. Returned to the UK in 1998, achieving an MSc Business Project Management degree at Lincoln University. In 1994 he joined the Mozambique Ports & Railways (CFM-EP) where he occupied key management positions from junior to executive level, having held the position of Beira Port CEO and Deputy CEO at CFM-Center. Joined BHP Billiton Ltd in 2003 at the Mozambique Aluminium Smelter (MOZAL), first as the Superintendent Procurement-CB and later as Business Improvement Specialist. In 2006, he was called back to Government. He then set up a Mozambican defence and security company called Monte Binga SA, which focused on the elaboration of the Mozambique Transport Strategy. In 2009, he became a Member of the Mozambique Parliament to the Frelimo Party for Gaza constituency. In 2015, Chinguane joined Lord Westbury to create the Chelsea Group Mozambique (CGMoz) Ltd." [1]

He is the son of Sebastiao Mabote, a senior commander of Frelimo at its independence in 1987.


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  1. Chelsea Group Chinguane Mabote, organizational web page, accessed December 22, 2017.