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Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Google Alert - Malawi

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Malawi Police engage student teachers in running battles, fire teargas
Nyasa Times
There were skirmishes Wednesday in Malawi central tobacco growing district of Kasungu when police fired teargas at demonstrating student teachers. The students, from Kasungu Teachers Training College (TTC) were, protesting against their delayed ...
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Nyasa Times
Mutasa to be in charge for Malawi tie
SuperSport (blog)
Warriors' assistant coach Lloyd Mutasa will head the Warriors bench when he stands in for head coach Klaus-Dieter Pagels in the international friendly match against Malawi on Africa Day. Pagels would be away in his homeland Germany for family business ...
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Malawi fuel prices slashed
The Maravi Post
BLANTYRE (MaraPost)— Fuel prices in Malawi have slightly been reduced, thanks to the continued appreciation of the local currency in value against the US dollar and other major foreign currencies. Business captains and economic experts have attributed ...
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Globe Metals boosts exploration activities: Malawi mining to benefit from ...
Nyasa Times
Globe Metals & Mining has secured more funding from its major shareholder China Mineral Exploration and Development Bureau (ECE) that will be used to boost its exploration activities in Malawi. The company, which actively operates in Southern and ...
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Nyasa Times
July 20 killings: 9 Malawi police officers face murder rap
The Maravi Post
BLANTYRE (MaraPost) -- Four more police officers have been arrested in the Malawi capital Lilonnge in connection with the deaths of 20 people in Mzuzu during the July 20, 2011 nationwide anti-government demonstrations. They four were arrested ...
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The Maravi Post
New malaria tool shows which kids at greatest risk - Medical Xpress
Medical Xpress
Karl Seydel, MSU assistant professor of osteopathic medical specialties, cares for a child with malaria in Blantyre, Malawi. Seydel and colleagues discovered a test that can help clinicians make crucial decisions about which malaria patients face the ...
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