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Monday, 15 April 2013

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Malawi woman gives birth on public bus
Nyasa Times
A 21-year-old woman, Saturday night gave birth to a baby boy at Dedza in a bus belonging to Premier Bus Service which was coming from Blantyre to Lilongwe. According to an eye witness, Alex Banda who was also travelling in the same bus, the woman, ...
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Nyasa Times
Carlsberg Malawi hikes prices of beer, soft drinks
Nyasa Times
Carlsberg Malawi has confirmed it has adjusted prices for beer and soft drinks by an average of 20 percent. With the new prices, the cost of 300 milliliters Carlsberg Green is now pegged at $0.7 (K300); while the 640 milliliter bottle is now selling at ...
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Nyasa Times
Poly students protest over allowances: Clash with Malawi Police
Nyasa Times
Armed police rushed to disrupt a protest the scholars were staging in Masauko Chipembere Highway demanding an increment on their monthly meal and upkeep allowance from K40, 000 to around K55, 000 per student, arguing the current allocation is not ...
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Who judges a person's faith: God or 'Change Golo' in Malawi?
Nyasa Times
My problem started a couple of years ago which emerged from the song done by a Malawi music icon; Lucius Banda (I wish I mention the title of the song but unfortunately my memories are not good in this enterprise) but what I remember is few words that ...
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Nyasa Times
Carluke students are heading out to Malawi
Carluke Gazette
Former MSP Karen Gillon first visited Malawi when she represented Clydesdale in the Scottish Parliament – and she has been back often since. Now she is returning with four young Carluke students who will be helping make life a bit better for people in ...
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Carluke Gazette
Charity shop to help fund Malawi trip
Ballymoney and Moyle Times
A group of eight people mainly from the Ballymoney area are planning to travel to Malawi in Africa to embark on building work and helping spread the gospel. The Mission trip will take the volunteers to Ekwendeni where they will become involved in ...
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'Man of God' Lazarus Chakwera eyes troubled MCP presidency
The Maravi Post
Well, if it's a second calling from God, then well-known cleric and American educated Dr Lazarus Chakwera, president of the Assemblies of God in Malawi, has his eyes fixed on becoming political president of the troubled MCP which has never recovered ...
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The Maravi Post
Atupele Muluzi: Immature politically, surviving on selling surname and ...
Nyasa Times
Remember, Atupele is the young politician in the regretful days of the late Bingu wa Mutharika who came and started hot on the Malawi political scene like no other. The young Muluzi spoke, breathed, and lived New Agenda for Change. In fact, if there ...
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Nyasa Times
Hopes for progress on climate adaptation fund
ChristianToday
Its own study into adaptation projects in Malawi found that for every $1 invested in helping vulnerable communities to recover quickly from flood or drought, there was $24 of benefit. Communities in Malawi are having to adjust to dry spells and floods ...
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United Nations Re-Iterates Tanzanian Involvement in DR Congo
AllAfrica.com
South Africa, Tanzania and Malawi will each send an infantry battalion of 850 soldiers, said Madnodje Mounoubai, spokesman for the United Nations Organisation Stabilisation Mission, which will incorporate the brigade. The remaining 519 troops will be ...
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Tanzania says to send troops to DR Congo soon despite rebel threat
Nzweek
The Tanzanian troops will join their counterparts from South Africa and Malawi to provide a balance to the already prevailing United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in DR Congo (MONUSCO). The country has suffered years of conflict with the ...
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