When Islamist insurgents attacked a town in Mozambique in March, civilians and foreign contractors raced to a local hotel for safety. Over three agonising days, they waited for a rescue. But no one came. In this extraordinary story of extremism, corruption and bravery, journalist Basia Cummings investigates what happened at the Amarula Hotel, and speaks to the people who were trapped inside – and made it out alive. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Fascinating story, told well - an easy listen but a devastating story.
This podcast had an interesting topic but seemed to get lost with what it wanted it’s narrative to achieve. It could have delved into the corporate side a lot more; properly researched why the companies didn’t help but it failed to get to that point… overall, it just feel like a lost opportunity
Great podcast. Really enjoy listening to this journalist as she tells the story with sensitivity and empathy. A lot of podcasts of this nature, particularly the wonderly ones just hire some actor to read in an overtly narrative manner and it’s off putting. Presenter led and journalistic language like this one is a much more effective approach.
Not only was the Contin great but the speaker did a beautiful job!
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