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Thursday, 2 May 2013

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Nevin, British envoy to Malawi, speaks on World Press Freedom Day
The Maravi Post
Michael-Nevin I would like to welcome to this reception tonight the National Press Club, the Media Institute of Southern Africa (Malawi Chapter) and all others connected with the media as we lead up to World Press Freedom Day on 3 May. The theme of ...
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The Maravi Post
Violence in Mzuzu costs Bullets sponsorship, says Carlsberg Malawi
Nyasa Times
Carlsberg Malawi has come out in the open to clear the mist surrounding the controversial decision to settle to offer the sponsorship to both Big Bullets and Mighty Wanderers clubs. The brewer picked both Bullets and Mighty for a one-year initial ...
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Nyasa Times
Trucks carrying cargo for Malawian companies stuck in Mozambique
The Maravi Post
BLANTYRE (Mana) -- Trucks carrying containers belonging to Malawian companies are reportedly stuck in Nyamapanda on the Mozambique and Zimbabwe border, Malawi News Agency has learnt. The wedge follows a sudden introduction of 'Bond ...
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The Maravi Post
Malawian man torches mother to death over witchcraft suspicion
Nyasa Times
Police in Kasungu are hunting for a man suspected to have torched her 65-year- old mother on suspicion that she killed her sister through witchcraft. Landani Nyirenda, the suspect, is believed to have gone to her mother's house and set ablaze the house ...
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Nyasa Times
Art sale for Malawi mission - Napa Valley Register
Napa Valley Register
Dr. Rob Hampton and Teri Williams will be having a combined art sale on May 11 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 3780 Hagen Road. Dr. Hampton will be offering his oil paintings and sculptures and Williams will have her functional ceramic pieces for sale.
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women, youth in a position to decide 2014 polls
The Maravi Post
"The youth who make up 35 percent of the population and women who constitute 52 percent in Malawi hold the future of the country in their hands," observed PP secretary general, Henry Chibwana, Monday at the party's headquarters in Blantyre when the ...
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Challenges Remain for LGBT in South Africa
Voice of America
In 2009, while still living in her native Malawi, Tiwonge, who is a transexual woman, was sentenced to 14 years of prison for having held a traditional engagement ceremony with her then-fiance. Homosexuality is illegal in Malawi, like in 37 other ...
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Commission findings on Simama sugar deal with Illovo challenged – Karonga ...
Nyasa Times
The business community in Malawi's northern border district of Karonga are challenging the findings of the Competition and Fair Trade Commission which have faulted the country's sugar manufacturing company Illovo and one the distributors Simama ...
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Nyasa Times
A Constant Risk
Jackson Free Press
Thokozile Phiri Nkhoma of the Malawi Interfaith AIDS Association in southeast Africa lost her father, mother, and a brother to TB and AIDS. About six months ago, Candace Houston's world went wonky. That's when she learned that her cousin's persistent ...
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Mzuzu: graduation year!
Northumberland Today
It was three years ago, sitting having coffee with Colin Turnpenny from St. Peter's church in Cobourg, when he mentioned, almost as a throw-away line, that AIDS orphans about to enter high school in Mzuzu, Malawi had to drop out of school if they didn ...
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Big Bullets have to cough K5.3 million for Blantyre United duo
The Maravi Post
BLANTYRE (Mana) -- Blantyre United have told Big Bullets to pay a whooping K5.3 million to have Dalitso Sailesi and Brown Mizeyi cleared as talks are still underway to finalize the deal, Malawi News Agency understands. Big Bullets general secretary ...
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The Maravi Post
Posted by Asad Naeem
Business Recorder
Platinum took 83 minutes to break down a stubborn Maritzburg United defence and the goal from Malawi midfielder Robert Mg'ambi set up a 2-0 triumph in north-west mining town Rustenburg. Defending champions Orlando Pirates suffered a stunning 1-0 ...
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