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Saturday, 4 May 2013

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Tanzania says Malawi returns to border dispute talks
Chicago Tribune (blog)
DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - Tanzania said on Saturday that neighboring Malawi had returned to talks aimed at resolving a border dispute over Lake Malawi that has soured relations and delayed exploration for oil and gas. East Africa has become hot ...
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Malawi risks losing K4bn donor project - The BNL Times
The Times Group (blog)
The project, a state-of-the-art infrastructure for the Malawi Bureau of Standards (MBS) - planned for construction on Plot No. 495 in Blantyre - is jointly funded by the European Union, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and NORAD.
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Malawi commits to prevent illicit capital flight
Nyasa Times
Malawi has committed to examine its national tax laws and policies towards preventing illicit capital flight. Currently, Malawi ranks 75th out of 143 countries for largest average illicit financial flow estimates for 2001 to 2010. Malawi has lost USD 4 ...
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Nyasa Times
University of Malawi students petition Pres. Joyce Banda over hiked tuition ...
The Maravi Post
BLANTYRE (MaraPost) — Polytechnic students, a constituent college of the University of Malawi (Unima), on Friday marched through the Chimpembere Highway to Blantyre district commissioner's office to present a petition demanding an increase in ...
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Malawi Pres. Banda says T/A Bvumbwe needs deliverance 'from evil spirits'
Nyasa Times
Malawi president Joyce Banda says the Traditional Authority (TA) Bvumbwe on the southern district of Thyolo who was allegedly in hiding for fear of his life is sort of a person who need some sort of help saying what he was doing does not befit the chief.
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Malawi newspaper columnist on T/A Bvumbwe saga: PP over playing its hand
Nyasa Times
Yet, PP, a political organisation we are calling a ruling party in Malawi due to the misfortune of death, decided to go against tradition on Saturday and threw out of the window the need to respect those who have gone before us by taking advantage of ...
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Neno residents plead with Malawi govt on DCs frequent removal
Nyasa Times
People in Neno have expressed concern over frequent transfers of District Commissioners (DCs) observing that in two years the district has changed DCs on four occasions. According to district statistics since the moving of Lawford Palani in 2002 from ...
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PS accuses media of ignoring education activities - The BNL Times
The Times Group (blog)
The PS was commenting on protest from Civil Society Education Coalition (CSEC) over a story carried in the Malawi News last week that the Week of Action for the Global Campaign for Education - whose theme was "Every child needs a teacher" - passed ...
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Taifa market vendors protest against Malawi Revenue Authority
Nyasa Times
Business at Taifa Market in Mzuzu came to a standstill on Friday after hundreds of vendors marched in Mzuzu streets in protest over a Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) official who was reported to have confiscated four bales of assorted goods from a ...
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Nyasa Times
BB outline K55m budget - The BNL Times
The Times Group (blog)
Presidential Cup champions Big Bullets need an additional K40 million to complement Carlsberg Malawi's sponsorship of K15 million for the 2013-2014 campaign. Bullets treasurer Geoffrey Tamutamu said they have developed a budget of K55 million ...
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Malawian man jailed insulting magistrate, manhandling court clerk
Nyasa Times
First Grade Magistrate Fred Juma Chilowetsa sentenced 58-year-old Godfrey Mkundi to 24 months imprisonment with hard labour (IHL) for contempt of court. This occurred on 2 May, 2013 at Nkhunga Magistrate Court where a civil case of land dispute was ...
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Nyasa Times
Illegal maize buyers invade Neno - The BNL Times
The Times Group (blog)
Neno risks another round of hunger if authorities do not intervene as some unlicensed buyers are buying maize in bulk forcing local leaders to press the panic button. Dramatic events took place this week in the area of Village Headman Donda, under ...
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Cashiers must be outsourced - The BNL Times
The Times Group (blog)
It really hurts that despite Super League of Malawi's resolution that all the clubs should outsource cashiers who man the turnstiles, some clubs are deliberately ignoring the order. This resolution was made to maximise revenue collection during matches ...
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Feeding the world's hungry
Yakima Herald-Republic
This is the sixth year that meals have been packaged here in Yakima for Children of the Nations centers in Uganda, Malawi, Sierre Leone, the Dominican Republic and Haiti. In those six years, 344,000 meals have been packaged locally. Yakima can be proud ...
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CHESTERFIELD: Making a difference in Africa
Derbyshire Times
Last month Wale Olarinde, a surgeon at Chesterfield Royal Hospital, returned from a medical mission in Togo which saw him and a team performing 250 operations, while Gemma, Rebecca and Thomas Lowe, of Chesterfield, are set to fly out to Malawi to take ...
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Derbyshire Times
T/A Bvumbwe back to base: Malawi opposition DPP hid him
Nyasa Times
Traditional Authority (T/A) Bvumbwe has returned to his base after allegedly being in hiding for fearing for his life. The youthful traditional re-emerged at his headquarters on Saturday morning, about four days after disappearing. He looked unscathed ...
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