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Friday, 22 March 2013

Google Alert - Malawi

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Malawi leader defends China links, tells the West: 'Don't tell us what to do'
Nyasa Times
Malawi's President Joyce Banda has candidly told the West to stop telling Africans what to do saying they should come to Africa only as partners and not to dictate on what African governments must do. "We don't want the west to come and tell us what to ...
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Nyasa Times
Farmville Central Club Hopes To Build Well In Malawi
WITN
Carson Banks, club president, says, "This walk will serve as a symbolic representation of the walk that the women and children in Malawi must endeavor every day just to access the little water that is available." Participants will have the opportunity ...
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Malawi herbalist jailed 10 years for sexual assault on client
Nyasa Times
A First Grade Magistrate Court in Malawi's central region district of Nkhotakota has sentenced a 35 year old herbalist to 10 years imprisonment with hard labour for raping his client. State prosecutor Sergeant James Muyira told the court that that the ...
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Nyasa Times
Namibia vs Malawi (2014 World Cup Qualifiers – CAF 2nd Round)
World Cup Blog (blog)
Flames coach Eddington Ng'onamo has revealed that he will make some drastic changes to the squad as he reverts to Malawi national team's traditional 4-4-2 system when the team faces Namibia in World Cup qualifier at Independence Stadium tomorrow.
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Malawi says Muluzi, Gondwe exit from govt. won't affect economic recovery
The Maravi Post
Ralph Jooma MZUZU—Malawi's newly appointed Minister of Economic Planning and Development Ralph Jooma has said the departure of Atupele Muluzi and Goodall Gondwe from the ministry within a short period will not affect the country's Economic ...
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The Maravi Post
Why Malawi must consider offering free secondary education
Nyasa Times
There are very good reasons why Malawi cannot, at this juncture, afford free secondary school education. Foremost on the list is the free primary education experience. We know what that did to the quality of education in Malawi. Nobody knows when or ...
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The curious case of the death of Malawi's president
MinnPost.com
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — The day began as usual, with the presidential food tester ensuring that his breakfast was free of poison. It ended with the president's corpse on a gurney, battered by futile resuscitation attempts, a diaper tied to his ...
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