The Salvation Army's evangelistic endeavours in Mozambique were pioneered 1916 by Mozambican converts returning from South Africa.
The work was recognised by the Mozambican government in 1986 and officially registered in June 2005. Previously part of the Southern Africa Territory, Mozambique became a separate command on 1 March 2008. It was elevated to a territory on 1 March 2011.
Countries included in the territory: Mozambique
Languages in which the gospel is preached: Chitswa, Chona, Chopi, Gitonga, Makhuwa, Ndau, Portuguese, Sena, Shangana, Tchewa, Tsonga, Tswa
Periodicals: Devocionais para Encontros da Liga do Lar (Home League resource manual) (Portuguese)
Colonel Jabulani Khoza - Territorial Commander
Colonel Fikile Khoza - Territorial President of Women's Ministries
Lieut-Colonel Mario Nhacumba - Chief Secretary
Lieut-Colonel Celeste Nhacumba - Territorial Secretary for Women's Ministries
Avenue Filipe Samuel Magaia,
PO Box 4099,
Tel: +(258) 843 007 490
Officers - 58 (active - 52 retired - 6) Auxillary-captains - 2
Cadets - 10 Employees - 19
Corps - 60 Outposts - 35
Senior Soldiers - 8,520 Adherents - 186 Junior Soldiers - 1,345