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Wednesday, 10 April 2013

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SacOil to complete Malawi licence work programme by Q4 2014
Creamer Media's Engineering News
JSE-listed upstream oil and gas company SacOil expected to complete a work programme for Malawi's second-largest petroleum exploration region – Block 1 – by the second quarter of the 2014 financial year. The company, which immediately started ...
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Malawi's Urban Music Party returns after two-year break
Nyasa Times
Nde'feyo Entertainment has announced the return of Urban Music Party (UMP) promising spectacle and glamour after a two-year break with the 2013 main festival set to take place on Sunday, July 7 at Royal Palm Hotel in Blantyre. Initiated in 2009, the ...
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Nyasa Times
EU courts Malawi Govt, private sector in G8 cooperation talks
Nyasa Times
The European Union (EU), Government and the private sector met on Tuesday in Lilongwe to deliberate on the formulation of Malawi's G8 Cooperation Framework to support the country's imminent membership of the G8 New Alliance for Food Security and ...
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Nyasa Times
Madonna Dumps Kabbalah From Managing Her Charity, 'Raising Malawi'
Radar Online
Madonna has informed the United States government that the charitable organization she runs has severed all its ties with the controversial religion she practices, Kaballah. The pop superstar, 54, filed a federal tax document outlining how Raising ...
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Malawi: Madaxweynihii hore walaalkii oo maxkamad lasoo taagay
Horseed Media
Dowlada Malawi ayaa ku eedaysay Peter Mutharika oo xiligaasi wasiir ahaa inuu isku dayey inuu adeegsado awoodiisa iyo ciidamada Militariga si aysan xilka u qaban Madaxweyne kuxigeenka dalkaasi haweenayda lagu magacaabo Joyce Banda.
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Horseed Media
UN warns Malawi staff on sit-in strike
Nyasa Times
The United Nations (UN) is threatening to dismiss staff boycotting work to force their management in New York to peg their salaries to the dollar at present rates or effect a 90 percent average increase in basic salaries. About 250 UN local staff in ...
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Malawi's President "Joyce" Demotes Madonna From VIP To Just A Regular P
Hollywire
Does a monarch outrank a president? Not in Malawi. Madonna, the Queen of Pop, got her ass figuratively handed to her by "Joyce," President of Malawai, after sending the elected official a rather breezy handwritten note addressing her by her first name ...
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Hollywire
IMF's $19.6 million release pleases Central Bank
Malawi Today
Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) Governor Charles Chuka on Tuesday hailed the release of $19.6 million (about K8 billion) by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) following its executive board's approval of the second review. Chuka said the funds will spur ...
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Madonna stripped of VIP status at Malawai airport
The Sunshine Coast Daily
MADONNA, her children and a large entourage were reportedly forced to queue to check in and go through security with ordinary passengers at a Malawi airport terminal after the pop star was apparently stripped of her VIP status in the country. The ...
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WORLD HERITAGE STATUS IN SIGHT FOR MALAWI'S MOUNT MULANJE
TravPR.com (press release)
The Malawi Government has submitted to UNESCO Paris headquarters the dossier for Mount Mulanje to be considered as a World Heritage Site cultural landscape. (TRAVPR.COM) UNITED KINGDOM - April 10th, 2013 - The Malawi Government has ...
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Pres. Banda's fierce critic John Kapito says he's getting death threats
The Maravi Post
John-Kapito MZUZU—Consumers Association of Malawi (Cama) executive director John Kapito says he's receiving death threats over his remarks that Pres Joyce Banda "created an artificial maize scarcity to justify her maize distribution gestures." Kapito ...
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The Maravi Post
Harlow musician drums up support for African missionary work
Harlow Star
"I organised the Malawi Fundraising Concert with a friend of mine, June Gaskin, who has really helped me get everything sorted. "I really hope I can raise around £600 on the night. The trip to volunteer is self-funded so it will help cover my travel ...
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Harlow Star
(TRA) Commissioner General Harry Kitilya
IPPmedia
Other countries involved in the plan are Malawi, Zambia, Kenya, Uganda and Mozambique. "We're working with these countries to implement a single system that will help to minimise or end tax evasion," Kitilya said. Advancements in technology, he said ...
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IPPmedia
Finance Minister chickens out on pre-budget meet in Mzuzu
Nyasa Times
Instead newly appointed deputy minister Dr Cornelius Mwalwanda attended the meeting but referred many queries either to line ministries or relevant government departments like Malawi Revenue Authority and the Reserve Bank of Malawi. Mwalanda also ...
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Nyasa Times


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