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Friday, 19 April 2013

Google Alert - Malawi

News6 new results for Malawi
 
Mutharika poised to win Malawi presidency 2014: Promises 'robust' campaign
Nyasa Times
President-elect for Malawi opposition's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), Prof Peter Mutharika, has hailed Speaker of Parliament Henry Chimunthu Banda for standing up to challenge him and said he is poised to take back government in 2014. Mutharika ...
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Nyasa Times
On the road to Malawi 2014 elections: Peter Mutharika elected DPP's torchbearer
The Maravi Post
Announcing the official results, Malawi Electoral Commission official Willie Kalonga said Muntharika got 1126 votes against 73 for Henry Chimunthu Banda. In his acceptance speech, Mutharika thanked the delegates for voting him president and promised ...
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The Maravi Post
DPP chose Mutharika as president – for better or worse: Malawi presidential ...
Nyasa Times
Despite facing treason charges, Peter Mutharika has won a vote as opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) president and the party's torch bearer in next year's tripartite elections. Mutharika defeated his challenger, Speaker of Parliament, Henry ...
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Nyasa Times
ZAVA name Africa Cup team
Zambia Daily Mail
Africa's Group A qualifying tournament in Malawi has Angola, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe, while Group B comprises Botswana, South Africa, Swaziland, Mozambique and Lesotho. The African championship is scheduled for 12-18 May in Lilongwe.
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Canada at the forefront of a controversial mining boom in Africa
Straight.com
Vancouver filmmaker Tamara Herman visits villagers who live near a uranium mine in Malawi. Susi Porter-Bopp. Tamara Herman was filming from the edge of an open-pit mine in northwest Tanzania when gunshots rang out overhead. The shots were fired in ...
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Straight.com
TAZARA Resumes Mainline Operations
AllAfrica.com
A statement issued by the TAZARA Head of Public Relations, Mr Conrad Simuchile, noted that Dar es Salaam was yesterday expected to dispatch three trains, one with 1,150mt of fuel destined for Malawi, the second with 1,250mt of fertilizer, cooking oil ...
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