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Saturday, 13 April 2013

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Malawi's State House in shady oil deal
The Maravi Post
Joyce Banda Malawi's State House has dragged the country into a crude oil contract with a Nigerian firm that could be costly for the already troubled economy, Weekend Nation reveals. At issue is the manner in which State House handled the contract ...
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The Maravi Post
Malawi columnist hits at Uladi Mussa on Atupele's 2014 elections candidature
The Maravi Post
Atupele Muluzi MZUZU--One of Malawi's leading newspaper columnists George Kasakula, who runs his column My Diary in the country's Weekend Nation has asked ruling Peoples Party (PP) gurus such as Uladi Mussa, vice president (Central Region), ...
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The Maravi Post
Madonna Fires Back at President of Malawi on Instagram
Fuse
Madonna's complicated relationship with Malawi just got weirder this week when the president of the Southeast African nation publicly lashed out at the international pop star. "Madonna is a famed international musician, but that does not impose an ...
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Fuse
Malawian President `furious` over Madonna`s criticism
Zee News
Malawian President `furious` over Madonna`s criticism London: Malawian President Joyce Banda was "incandescent with anger" over a statement that labelled Madonna "a bully," according to the reports.
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Zee News
No 21-Gun Salute for Madonna in Malawi
Dallas Blog (blog)
Aball Red.jpg The Malawi government expressed tremendous outrage over Madonna's request for it's military to roll "out a red carpet and blast the 21-gun salute," upon her arrival. The senior citizen pop singer from the US visited Malawi to publicize ...
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Deputy governor Mary Nkosi retires from Reserve Bank
Malawi Today
Long-serving Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) deputy governor Mary Nkosi retires from the central bank tomorrow after 10 years of service that saw her working under four governors and three heads of state. Meanwhile, RBM will today host a cocktail ...
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Civil servants feel cheated on salary hike
Malawi Today
Civil servants feel cheated on the 61 percent salary increment government offered from March as some of the employees have not received the money they were promised. Both the Civil Servants Trade Union (CSTU) and the Teachers Union of Malawi (TUM) ...
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Building BRICS for the poor?
Aljazeera.com
"It is perfectly possible for countries who actually have very low aggregate levels of wealth - for instance Malawi where the average income is $870 per annum - in these contexts it is possible to still be committed to do something about these problems ...
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