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Friday, 26 April 2013

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Malawi church leaders demonise JB for assenting to 'pro-abortion' bill
Nyasa Times
Pressure is still mounting on Malawi's President Joyce Banda to reconsider her recent decision of signing into law the Gender Equality Bill which religious leaders and other civil society organizations says is ungodly. The centre of the controversy is ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi's Maize Shortage Hits Women
Independent European Daily Express
LILONGWE, Apr 26 (IPS) - Each night Esnart Phiri, a widow with five children, sleeps outside the gates of the state-run maize trader or Admarc market, in Malawi's capital Lilongwe, as she waits for days on end to buy maize. Queues at Admarcs are ...
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Of Malawi Congress Party convention, the candidates and elections 2014
Nyasa Times
The convention that the Malawi Congress Party (MCP) will be holding from April 27-April 29 is the sole determinant of whether we will be ruled by the very same parties in 2014 or whether a significant positive change led by the revitalized MCP will ...
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South Africa win Zone 6 golf title
Namibian
Paul Ndeilenga beat Travis Smith of Zimbabwe 6 & 5, Philip Barnard beat Sanile Myeni of Swaziland 6 & 5, Marlon Swarts beat Simwa Kuyanda of Kenya 5 & 4, Werner Lassen beat Kondwani Mphula of Malawi 5 & 4; Stefanus Bonifatius beat Francisco ...
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'Kachingwe got oil deal letter'
Times of Zambia
A FORMER economist at the Zambian High Commission in Nigeria has testified in court that former High Commissioner to Malawi Richard Kachingwe collected the oil deal offer letter from a Nigerian company. This is in a matter in which former Republican ...
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Times of Zambia
South Africa/China ZITF's biggest exhibitors
BizDay Zimbabwe
A total of 17 countries out of last year's 14 are participating in the trade fair that will be officially opened by Malawi's president Joyce Banda on Friday. Tanzania is participating at the fair after a long absence while Ghana is participating for ...
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