Meeting Mozambique's first home-grown diving instructors

Since gaining independence from Portugal in 1975, Mozambique has been battered by civil war, famine and economic mismanagement.

But in recent years it has emerged as one of the world's fastest growing economies with marine life set to play an increasingly pivotal role in the country's future.

Fast Track’s Rajan Datar travels to Mozambique to meet some of the country's first home-grown diving instructors - who are helping to teach the value of conservation and tourism.

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