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Monday, 29 April 2013

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Malawi Kwacha to grow stronger by 6.1%, says Pres. Banda says on Facebook
Nyasa Times
Malawi President Joyce Banda has used her Facebook account to comment on economic performance of her government, saying there are signs that the country's currency, the Kwacha, has begun to stabilize and should grow by 6.1 percent. President Banda ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi's ruling PP defends negative campaigning, says it's free expression
The Maravi Post
Uladi Mussa BLANTYRE (MaraPost) — People who are against Uladi Mussa's verbal attacks on opposition politicians are in fear of their own shadows, Malawi's ruling People's Party (PP) has said. Critics and the opposition have been critical Mussa, who is ...
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The Maravi Post
Mpinganjira snub handover of Netball Association of Malawi
Nyasa Times
Former longest serving Netball Association of Malawi (Nam) general secretary Helene Mpinganjira shunned the long awaited handover of office meeting between the old committee and new officer bearers held at Malawi National Council of Sports premises ...
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Nyasa Times
Herbalists jailed 8 years for raping woman in Malawi
Nyasa Times
A herbalist in the northern region district of Mzimba has been sentenced to 8 years imprisonment with hard labour (IHL) for raping a 19 year old married woman on the pretext of treating her to get love therapy. Mzimba first grade magistrate George ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawians in UK can help reboot economy – High Commissioner
Nyasa Times
Malawi High Commissioner to UK, Benard Sande has advised Malawians in the Diaspora to contribute to the economic and social development back home . Sande made the remarks on Saturday evening at the official launch of Malawi Manchester ...
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Maybe supervolcano not to blame for our near-extinction
NBCNews.com
Lane and her colleagues examined ash from Toba recovered from mud extracted from two sites at the bottom of Lake Malawi, the second largest lake in the East African Rift Valley. "We first started looking for the Toba ash a few years back, but it's a ...
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PP backs Mussa on verbal attacks - The BNL Times
The Times Group (blog)
Mussa has attacked Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) president Peter Mutharika for being unmarried and United Democratic Front (UDF) president for being too young for Malawi's presidency. But PP, through Msonda, has stood up in his defence.
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