Mozambique President Armando Guebuza on Renamo threat
Now more than half way through his second term in office, Mozambique's President Armando Emilio Guebuza has presided over something of an economic boom.
But there is still much poverty in the country and he has twice had to deal with outbreaks of social unrest.
Since the end of the 16-year civil war, the country has been ruled by his Frelimo party - the main opposition are their former enemies Renamo, led by Alfonso Dlkhama.
The relationship between the two has become uneasy in recent times - Mr Dlkhama recently threatened to overthrow the government - so when President Guebuza came to London, BBC Africa's Audrey Brown asked him if he was worried.
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08 May 2012