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Thursday, 28 March 2013

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Malawi ruling PP consoles Karonga flood victims relief support
Nyasa Times
The ruling Peoples' Party has said it appreciates the extent of damage and suffering people in Karonga have endured with the floods that hit the district's area of Traditional Authority Kilupula on Wednesday and said it will implore on the government ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi judge presiding over treason case out of hiding after threats
The Maravi Post
BLANTYRE—Malawi High Court Judge Ivy Kamanga, who reportedly went into hiding after receiving death threats for releasing on bail 11 coup attempt suspects a fortnight ago, is now reporting for work. Anonymous people warned are said to have warned ...
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The Maravi Post
Rule by decree? Malawi's ruling party orders police to stop opposition parties ...
The Maravi Post
Prof Peter Mutharikas convoy to lower shire MZUZU—Malawi ruling People's Party has instructed Malawi Police to stop the country's opposition parties from using convoys arguing that only the state president and vice president are allowed to do that to ...
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The Maravi Post
VP Kachali calls for unity of purpose: 'Let's develop Malawi together'
Nyasa Times
Featured » National. VP Kachali calls for unity of purpose: 'Let's develop Malawi together'. By Nyasa Times Reporter. March 28, 2013 · 19 Comments. Email This Post. Vice President Khumbo Kachali has said Malawis challenges require unity of purpose ...
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Nyasa Times
'Malawi must strengthen mining profits-based taxes'
The Southern Times
Facebook. 'Malawi must strengthen mining profits-based taxes'. Lilongwe - Malawian earth scientist, Grain Malunga, has called on the southern Africa nation to tighten its administrative capacity in the collection of the country's mining profits-based ...
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Former Stortford schoolgirl gets on her bike to help Malawi
Herts and Essex Observer
She said: "I got involved in 2009 when I decided I wanted an adventure and, having lost contact with Michelle since secondary school, got in touch with her out of the blue on Facebook asking if I could come to Malawi and help on a project. "In that ...
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Herts and Essex Observer


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