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Sunday, 12 May 2013

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Malawi cancer cases rise- study
Nyasa Times
Cancer cases are on the increase in Malawi, the Ministry of Health drawing data from a study by the national cancer registry have suggested. Ministry of Health spokesman Henry Chimbali acknowledged that the figures should be treated with caution ...
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Nyasa Times
UAE investors interested in Malawi
The Maravi Post
Leader of the UAE delegation, Assistant Foreign Affairs Minister responsible for economic affairs, Khalid Ghanim Al Ghaith said during the meeting that UAE investors would explore investment opportunities in Malawi, sign agreements before rolling out ...
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Reserve Bank of Malawi decision on bank rate makes sense: 'Cut the chaff'
Nyasa Times
I was not surprised to read on Thursday that the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) has for the third time since December 2012 maintained the benchmark bank rate at 25 percent. The move could be surprising to some for ...
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Nyasa Times
Protesting University of Malawi students to probe suspected police brutality
The Maravi Post
MZUZU (MaraPost) – University of Malawi students at Chancellor College have set up a commission of enquiry to look into suspected police brutality against students during demonstrations they held on Thursday demanding an in increase in their allowance ...
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MAFCO players accused of hitting Wanderers players, club lodges complaint
The Maravi Post
LILONGWE (Mana) – Following an incident in which MAFCO players beat up four Mighty Wanderers players at Chitowe stadium in Dwangwa, Mighty Wanderers FC has lodged a formal complaint to the Super League Association of Malawi (SULOM).
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