Província de Inhambane / vilankulo

O Evento terá lugar nos dias 18 a 19 de Novembro de 2021 na província  de Inhambane


Inhambane Province is located in the southern region of Mozambique. Its capital is the city of Inhambane, located about 500 km north of Maputo city, with an area of ​​68,615 km² and a population of 1,496,824 inhabitants according to the 2017 Census. This province contains 14 districts and, since 2013, it has 5 municipalities: Inhambane, Massinga, Maxixe, Quissico and Vilanculos. Situated at the top of the southern region of Mozambique, Inhambane is bordered on the north by the Sofala and Manica Provinces, on the east and southeast by the Indian Ocean and on the south and west by the Gaza Province.


It is a Mozambican city, seat of the district of the same name, located in the province of Inhambane, on the coast of Vilanculos Bay, to the east of which is the Bazaruto Archipelago.

The village was created by decree 1 060 of 23 July 1913, and later elevated to town and district seat by decree 17 773 of 18 April 1964. On 25 February 2020, it was elevated to the category of city.

The municipality of Vilanculos was created in 1998 and has since had an elected local government. According to the 2007 census, the municipality has a population of 38 432 inhabitants and an area of ​​78.8 km2.

The president of the Vilanculos Municipal Council is Abilio Machado, elected in the 2013 Local Elections. He replaced Sulemane Amugy, elected in 1998, and successively re-elected to the position in 2003 and 2008. Both mayors were elected on behalf of the Party.