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Tuesday, 30 April 2013

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Special Commentary: Malawi Pres.Banda's PP needs to rethink its smear ...
Nyasa Times
It is now as official as it will get ever get, the Malawi ruling Peoples' Party (PP) has unveiled its campaign strategy on the road to 2014. Its strategy is slander, slander and more slander led by foul mouthed Uladi Mussa, MP and Minister of Home Affairs.
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Nyasa Times
Malawi Writers Union extends executives' time in office
The Maravi Post
Mvona MZUZU (MaraPost) -- Malawi Writers Union (Mawu), the largest writers bloc in the country, held its first annual general meeting (AGM) in three years which extended the current executive's term, led by writer Sambalikagwa Mvona, for a period of ...
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Malawi President receives envoys from Iran, SA, Sweden and Iceland: Pictorial
Nyasa Times
President Joyce Banda on Tuesday received credentials from four new ambassadors who will represent their countries in Malawi. The colourful ceremony took Place at Sanjika Palace in the commercial capital Blantyre. The envoys are from South Africa ...
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Nyasa Times
Madonna's Humanitarian Diva Moment
ChristianityToday.com
Earlier this month, Madonna visited Malawi with her children, and, though she'd requested to meet with President Joyce Banda, she didn't get to see her nor received any sort of special treatment from the government. And apparently, upon leaving the ...
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ChristianityToday.com
Wanderers sack coach Fosko, Mbolembole takes over: Malawi Super League
Nyasa Times
Mighty Wanderers have sacked head coach Felix Fosko who has guided the team to the winning start in the TNM Super League. Wanderers chairman Geogre Chamangwana confirmed the development and thanked Fosko "for his great contributions to the ...
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Nyasa Times
Toba super-volcano catastrophe idea 'dismissed'
BBC News
An Oxford University-led team examined ancient sediments in Lake Malawi for traces of this climate catastrophe. It could find none. "The eruption would certainly have triggered some short-term effects over perhaps a few seasons but it does not appear ...
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BBC News
Economy grew by 1.8 percent in 2012, thanks to Bingu economics
Malawi Today
The local economy swelled by 1.8 percent in 2012, some 0.4 percentage points more than Capital Hill's 1.4 percent projection, The Daily Times has leant. Economic Planning and Development Principal Secretary Ted Sitimawina confirmed the growth figure ...
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Glasgow joins Liverpool in a new Wellcome Trust Centre for Global Health ...
India Education Diary
The Centre will harness the strong institutional commitments to global health in Liverpool; Glasgow and our low and middle income partners in Malawi, Ecuador and India, to capitalise on previous successes and expertise. The new Centre will be directed ...
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Malawian found dead in England: Chisomo Sadalaki
Nyasa Times
A Malawian man was found dead in his house by the landlord in the northern England, Bradford city on Monday, British police have confirmed. Police in Bradford confirmed that the body of Chisomo Sadalaki was discovered on Monday. An inquiry to establish ...
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Ndefe'yo Entertainment to throw urban music night parties
The Maravi Post
BLANTYRE (MaraPost) -- One of the Malawi's entertainment outfits Nde'feyo Entertainment has lined up a series of shows to give fun seekers a rare treat in a build-up to the Urban Music Party (UMP) 2013 main festival scheduled for Sunday, July 7, 2013 ...
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The Maravi Post
Malawi VP fires press officer Kondwani Munthali
Nyasa Times
Insiders told Nyasa Times that Munthali has been frozen on allegations that he was leaking information from President Joyce Banda 's office to the media.But his close pals said he wasa victim of "character assassination" within the corridors of power ...
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Nyasa Times
Scot who fought for black freedom in Rhodesia
The Zimbabwean
His death marks the end of an era in central Africa – he was one of the last Europeans to play not only a prominent but also an extremely dangerous role in the black fight against white rule in Rhodesia, Malawi and South Africa. Peter Mackay, a ...
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The Zimbabwean


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