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Wednesday, 15 May 2013

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Malawi Police warns public against vigilante justice
Nyasa Times
The Malawi Police Service has warned to arrest anybody involved in mob justice saying the conduct has gotten out of hand. Rhoda Manjolo, National Police Spokesperson while responding to a questionnaire on Wednesday said the police was saddened ...
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Strong U-21 netball team face SA, Malawi test
Mmegi Online
Marakakgoro said both Malawi and South Africa are tough nuts to crack, but they have prepared well enough to give them a good run for their money.Players who also ply their trade in the senior national team will use the event to prepare for the senior ...
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Malawi sex workers get toll free line to curb Police abuse
Nyasa Times
Faced with increasing incidents of commercial sex workers' abuse at the hands of Police, human rights NGO has embarked on a fascinating project that will see the sex workers calling a toll free line for assistance. Centre for Human Rights Education ...
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"My family went without food. You feel so helpless that you can't provide for ...
Birmingham Mail
"In Malawi when we say someone has hunger we mean they are lacking the most important food – maize," says Ludoviko Kasauka, sitting in a clearing surrounding by cornfields. "So when maize is in shortage that is when you hear people say they are ...
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Illovo Hits Record as Sugar Crop Recovers: Johannesburg Mover
Businessweek
Illovo, which has units in Malawi and Zambia, has gained 11 percent over the last five trading days, making it the second best-performer on the FTSE/JSE Africa All-Share Index. "You're paying up for African exposure, plus a recovery story where ...
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Stars and Ghana friendly tie off
The Star
"We expect everyone including the foreign-based players who will be called up to the national team to be in camp by May 27 so that the coaches can have ample time to prepare for the two World Cup qualifiers against Nigeria and Malawi," explained Asembo.
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