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Wednesday, 24 April 2013

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Malawi's Chief Justice quits the bench to join politics
Daily Monitor
Mr John Tembo, the leader of opposition in Parliament and Malawi Congress Party (MCP) strongman, will not contest for party presidency after serving for 10 years in the same position. SHARE THIS STORY. Tweet. Malawi's Chief Justice Lovemore Munlo has ...
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Malawi President Launches Water Supply and Sanitation Project
AllAfrica.com
At the opening ceremony, President Banda thanked the AfDB and AusAID for the continued support to Malawi's infrastructure development and economic growth agenda and poverty reduction efforts. She emphasized that water was a catalyst for the growth of ...
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Warriors line up Lesotho, Malawi - The Standard
The Zimbabwe Standard
ZIFA have lined up friendly matches against Malawi and Lesotho as Warriors coach Klaus Dieter Pagels prepares his men for the showdown against Egypt in a 2014 World Cup qualifier in June. SPORTS CORRESPONDENT. Although Zimbabwe are virtually ...
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Malawi needs a leader not politician, says Peter Mutharika
Nyasa Times
Malawi needs a leader and not a mare politician if the country is to develop, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) president Peter Mutharika has hinted. In a 27 paged speech given out to the delegates during the party's last week convention for analysis, ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi bound Lucy needs your help
Milngavie Herald
The former High School of Glasgow pupil said: "I decided to do something with my summer break and hit on the idea of helping disadvantaged people in Malawi. "I hate wasting the summer, but have not done anything like this before. Last year I went to ...
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Milngavie Herald
Mission to Malawi for Queen Margaret uni
Scotsman
Members of the Institute of International Health and Development (IIHD) at Queen Margaret University will meet graduates at the event in Lilongwe, Malawi, on May 7. IIHD bosses said the institute had already seen 37 Malawians graduate with a Masters or ...
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Zone Six Golf Tourney Starts
AllAfrica.com
The other countries are Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Botswana and Swaziland. South Africa has dominated the tournament, winning it 18 times over the past 20 years, and will once again be the favourites to retain the title.
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Men needed to advance fight for women's rights – Annie Lennox
Reuters AlertNet
Lennox founded the SING campaign in 2007 to raise global awareness of the impact of HIV on women and children, particularly in South Africa, Malawi and the UK, and to provide financial support for organisations helping to ensure that HIV-positive women ...
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Kachingwe's Nigeria Trips Under Scrutiny
AllAfrica.com
Information reaching Zambian Reports is that expelled Movement for Multi-Party Democracy, MMD, national secretary Major Richard Kachingwe started his dealings with the Patriotic Front soon after his recall in 2011 from Malawi where he was Zambia's High ...
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More arrive for grand swim gala
Zambia Daily Mail
Zambia Amateur Swimming Union (ZASU) president David Thompson named the teams that arrived yesterday as Angola, Malawi, Uganda and Zimbabwe. Angola is expected to enter 24 swimmers with Uganda having 25 while Malawi and Zimbabwe are ...
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Paladin deal's missing documents irk Petra - The BNL Times
The Times Group (blog)
Petra was reacting to revelations by our sister paper Malawi News recently that government has been unable to collect a 15 percent non-residence tax in royalty payments on the deal. This is because it lost geological information for the mine, a ...
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