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Monday, 29 April 2013

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Malawi ruling PP says Uladi's hate-speeches won't dent its image
Nyasa Times
Malawi's ruling People's Party (PP) has thrown its weight behind Home Affairs and Internal Security Minister Uladi Mussa for his foul-mouthing at presidential rallies. Mussa has launched a scathing attack on opposition leaders including Democratic ...
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Nyasa Times
PSI Malawi launches new 'silver touch' condom campaign
Nyasa Times
In an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) on the sidelines of the campaign, PSI Programmes Manager, Brenda Kamanga pointed out that Mangochi was one of the districts whose HIV and Aids prevalence remained high requiring meaningful ...
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Nyasa Times
Researchers analyse Malawi 50 years on - The BNL Times
The Times Group (blog)
The conference that was jointly organised by the Faculty of Social Science in conjunction with National Commission for Science and Technology (NCST) found out that, despite making some progress since independence, Malawi still faces challenges that ...
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Banda's bid to copy Mugabe slammed - NewsDay Zimbabwe
NewsDay
LILONGWE — President Joyce Banda has come under fire from critics after announcing that Malawi would look to replicate Zimbabwe's controversial land reform and economic empowerment initiatives. Report by Daily Times, Malawi. Banda returned home ...
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Malawi perjury case adjourned to May 15: Court to rule on preliminary matters
Nyasa Times
Lilongwe Chief Resident Magistrate Ruth Chinangwa has adjourned to May 15 when it is expected to give direction on the charge of perjury involving Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) president Peter Mutharika, former Cabinet ministers Goodall Gondwe, ...
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Nyasa Times
UK midwives aim to help improve childbirth in Africa
Nursing Times
A team from the University of Manchester will work closely with midwives in Kenya, Malawi, Zambia, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Tanzania to identify ways to improve maternal and child health. The project will take two years to complete and is being funded with ...
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