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Wednesday, 18 July 2012

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World Bank Supports Malawi's Economic Recovery With US$150 Million
AllAfrica.com
Washington — The World Bank's Board of Executive Directors approved US$150 million to Malawi to support the government with its current reform program to stabilize the fragile economy. This will help accelerate the resumption of growth, support a ...
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Malawi attends China-Africa Forum, economic growth tops agenda
Nyasa Times
Malawi is among 50 African countries participating in Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) ministerial conference in Beijing, China with trade and economic growth topping the list of agenda. The gathering, according to the People's Republic of ...
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Canadians transform lives of Malawian girls
AfricaNews
Hidden in a rural and poverty stricken area 30 kilometres north west of Malawi's capital, Lilongwe, is a Canadian sponsored secondary school, which is transforming the lives of orphans and other vulnerable girls. Atsikana Pa Ulendo Girls Secondary ...
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Army chief pledges good ties with Malawi
Times of Zambia
ZAMBIA Army Commander Paul Mihova has pledged continued good relations between Zambia and Malawi Defence Forces. Lieutenant General Mihova said this in Lusaka yesterday at his office when visiting Malawi Defence Force Commander Henry Odillo ...
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Times of Zambia
WaterAid calls on UK public to dig deep for Malawi
amalawi info
This summer, international charity WaterAid is inviting the UK public to be part of The Big Dig Appeal and help transform lives in Malawi with clean water and sanitation. All money donated by the public will be matched pound for pound by the UK ...
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Police assures Malawians of security, launches crackdown on criminals
Nyasa Times
Police in the country have urged Malawians to stop living in fear as they have intensified their campaign to arrest culprits. National police spokesperson, Dave Chingwalu told Malawi News Agency (Mana) that people should not live with fear because of ...
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Nyasa Times
Blantyre Council bosses investigated on tax evasion
Nyasa Times
Reeling from accusations of sugar coating its revenue base after failing to meet its projections, the Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) has launched investigations on Blantyre City Council (BCC) for some tax-free payments to its top management. A source ...
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Nyasa Times
Economy still looks gloomy
The Times Group (blog)
Among other things, the Malawi kwacha is likely to continue falling in the coming months as the country faces yet another year of low tobacco export earnings which are likely to generate well below US$200 million by the end of the selling season this ...
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Ngwembe wins PP central region elections unopposed
Nyasa Times
Malawi's governing People's Party (PP) Provincial Chairman for the Centre, Kizito Ngwembe, on Wednesday sailed through unopposed for the post in provincial (regional) held to choose the party's new leadership held at Natural Resources College in ...
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Nyasa Times
5 nabbed in DPP July 20 machetes case
Malawi Today
Police in Malawi have arrested five more suspects in connection with DPP cadets who wielded pangas on the eve of last year's July 20 anti-government demonstrations. Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) regional director of youth (South) Lewis Ngalande, ...
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Bunda students rise against maladministration, tent lectures
Nyasa Times
Armed with sticks and stones, irate Bunda College students are threatening to destroy property, in particular the principal's house, if he is not removed for maladministration. Principal Moses Kwapata is being accused of giving a deaf ear to their ...
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Zim loan to be fully repaid by November
The Times Group (blog)
The US$23 million loan which Zimbabwe is repaying to Malawi through fuel is expected to be completely recovered through fuel supplies up to November this year, Energy Minister Cassim Chilumpha has said. Chilumpha told The Business Times in an ...
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PP UK wing donates 200 footballs
Nyasa Times
People's Party (PP) UK wing has donated 200 footballs worthy £2000 (about K900, 000) to help the party distribute in the constituencies in Malawi. The donation took place at the Grosvenor Hotel London and was received by Malawi Vice President Khumbo ...
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