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Wednesday, 24 April 2013

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Malawi President Banda Urges Peaceful Elections in Zimbabwe
Bloomberg
Zimbabwe must hold peaceful elections this year to ensure regional stability, Malawian President Joyce Banda said while on a trip to Zimbabwe. Banda hoped the elections will be conducted in a free, fair and transparent manner, as seen during a ...
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Malawi attends mining summit in Tanzania despite feud
Nyasa Times
Despite the ongoing dispute between Malawi and Tanzania over Lake Malawi that sits on oil deposits Malawi's Minister of Mining, John Bande, was last week in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania attending the Great Rift Valley Mining Summit. Over the last few months ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi primary school teachers decry 'unknown' K100 salary deduction
Nyasa Times
Primary school teachers in Malawi are demanding an explanation from the ministry of education authorities on the deduction of a K100 from their monthly salary. According to a pay-slip from one of the teachers which Nyasa Times possess the ministry's ...
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Malawi thunderstorm blows off roofs of over 200 houses, school
Nyasa Times
Hundreds of families have been rendered homeless in Traditional Authority Mponda in Malawi's lake shore district of Mangochi following a severe eight-hour heavy down pour. The heavy rains, which have caused havoc in five villages, have also left one ...
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Nyasa Times
Carlsberg Malawi employees resume work: Bonuses honoured, head of finance ...
Nyasa Times
Carlsberg Malawi Limited staff who downed their tools on Monday, following disagreements with their management regarding 2012 performance bonuses, resumed work on Tuesday. The employees were demanding for their 250 per cent bonus and the ...
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Nyasa Times
CAMA commends Atupele on assets: Malawi presidential hopeful to declare ...
Nyasa Times
United Democratic Front (UDF) president Atupele Muluzi has been commended by Consumers Association of Malawi (Cama) for his stand to declare his assets before 2014 polls. Muluzi said in Zomba on Sunday when he addressed a rally at Mponda Primary ...
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Nyasa Times
Two Chinese held in Malawi for illegal possession of foreign currency
Nyasa Times
Fiscal and Fraud Section of Police in Blantyre on Tuesday arrested two Chinese national, Slibing Gu aged 43 and Jang Peng aged 41 for found in possession of 2, 300 Metcash and US$9, 765 without supporting documents in their bedroom in Limbe. Blantyre ...
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Nyasa Times
Electric shock kills Suncrest Creameries employee in Malawi
Nyasa Times
Machine operator at Suncrest Creameries Company in Malawi's commercial city of Blantyre, 40 year-old Emiliani Bottomani died suddenly Tuesday evening after being electrocuted by Escom power line at the company's premises, Police have said.
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Nyasa Times
Malawians in Nottingham hosts 'Cultural Jamboree' Saturday
Nyasa Times
Malawi Association Midlands (MAM) will this Saturday hold a 'family-affair' cultural fête in Nottingham to celebrate and to promote the Malawian cultural heritage for diaspora families and other foreign nationals based in the East Midlands region and ...
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Nyasa Times
Gift of the Givers Foundation reaches out to Karonga flood victims
Nyasa Times
The Foundation's Malawi Chapter Chairman, Abdul Gaffar Jakhura said his organization decided to donate the maize flour to support the affected families, especially children who are not able to go to school due to hunger as their food has been lost ...
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Nyasa Times
Killing Malawians through the rotten extractives deals: The case of Paladin's ...
Nyasa Times
They call themselves investors, and government believes that the Malawi Development Goals (MDGs – who cares if it's the second phase) will be boosted, particularly that mining alone through Kayerekera of Paladin Energy Limited group of companies ...
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Nyasa Times
Stigmata from the US to Africa
LE GLOBALISTE
And you know it was that attitude from the top down in Washington that colored how others dealt with these issues, such as President Hastings Kamuzu Banda in Malawi or Amanda Holmshaw in South Africa, who was their first AIDS control program manager.
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LE GLOBALISTE


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