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Wednesday, 1 May 2013

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Malawi diplomat Tembo asks UK diaspora to embrace cultural heritage
Nyasa Times
Malawi's deputy High Commissioner to London, John Tembo Jr. made the remarks at the weekend in Nottingham, East Midlands of England, when he presided over Malawi's first ever 'Cultural Fiesta' which was organised by the Malawi Association Midlands ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi medics, activists push govt. to review abortion laws
Nyasa Times
A strong call has gone out to Malawi government authorities to immediately consider reviewing the country's existing restrictive abortion laws to save lives of women and girls mostly from poor families who are dying to due to complications from unsafe ...
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Nyasa Times
As consumers gear up for anti-govt. protests, Malawi says economy improving
The Maravi Post
BLANTYRE (MaraPost) — Malawi says a sharp focus on agriculture, mining, energy, tourism, transport and Information, Communication & Technology through the Economic Recovery Plan (ERP) will enable the country's industries to compete favourably ...
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The Maravi Post
Fifa gives greenlight to Flames venue
SuperSport (blog)
A wave of optimism is sweeping through Malawi football after Fifa allowed the Flames to play their remaining 2014 World Cup preliminary qualifiers at the slaughter house of Kamuzu Stadium. The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) had sought Fifa's ...
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SuperSport (blog)
Bullets, Wanderers clash Saturday: Malawi TNM Super League 1st round fixture ...
Nyasa Times
Super League of Malawi (Sulom) has released a tentative fixture for the whole first round of the TNM sponsored league, spanning from April to August this year. According to the fixture, which Nyasa Times has sourced, no Super League games will be ...
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Nyasa Times
Meke bitter with FAM over Malawi coaching panel choice
Nyasa Times
Former international defender Meke Mwase has expressed his concern over the choice of Flames coaching panel appointed by Football Association of Malawi (FAM) to take charge of the Malawi's second round World Cup qualifiers. FAM appointed ...
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Nyasa Times
Mbolembole unveiled as new Wanderers coach: Targets Malawi league title
Nyasa Times
He replaces Felix Fosko, who has been sacked and Mbolembole himself was removed from his post at Team Manager for Malawi national team when Football Association of Malawi dissolved the technical panel. "I am delighted to bring Mbolembole back ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi's Banda snubs media freedom campaign
eNCA
Lilongwe - Malawi's press freedom has come under fire after President Joyce Banda refused to sign a declaration promoting media rights. The Declaration of Table Mountain was signed in 2007 as a campaign to promote media freedom in Africa.
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MCP regeneration: Lawyer Chakhwantha another youth running for a post
Nyasa Times
The Malawi Congress Party (MCP) 'renaissance' is gaining ground with more youth gunning for positions in the party's national executive committee (NEC) at the forthcoming convention, which was postponed last week. Lawyer Louis Peter Chakhwantha, ...
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Nyasa Times
African Lake Sediment Overturns Human Extinction Theories About Toba Super ...
eNews Park Forest
A fresh analysis of volcanic ash recovered from lake sediment cores in Lake Malawi in East Africa shows that the eruption spewed ash much further than studies have previously found. Previous theories have suggested that the explosive volcanic eruption ...
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'Henry got K3 billion'
Zambia Daily Mail
FORMER President Rupiah Banda's son, Henry, received US$550,000 (about KR3 billion) for a Nigerian oil deal and the money was sent to a Barclays Bank account in Singapore, former High Commissioner to Malawi Richard Kachingwe told the Lusaka ...
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Zambia Daily Mail
Buzz About Town – May 2013
The West University Buzz
West University Elementary students recently participated in a service project benefitting school children in Malawi, one of the poorest countries in the world, for Kids In Need of Desks. K.I.N.D. provides locally made desks and benches for students in ...
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