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Sunday, 5 May 2013

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Malawi Super League: Moyale win, as rivals Bullets, Wanderers shares spoils in ...
The Maravi Post
BLANTYRE—Striker Innocent Dzimbiri's late second half equalizer shattered Big Bullets hope of collecting maximum points over their rivals Mighty Wanderers in TNM super league Blantyre derby played Saturday at the giant Kamuzu Stadiums in Malawi's ...
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Malawi warns traders against buying produce directly from farmers
The Maravi Post
Maize-export-illegally-Malawi BLANTYRE (MaraPost) — As Malawi faces a shortage of maize, the country's Agriculture and Food Security Ministry has warned unscrupulous traders against buying farm produce directly from farmers claiming that "their ...
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The Maravi Post
Malawi school suspends 47 students for possession of mobile phones
The Maravi Post
MZUZU (MaraPost) -- At least 47 students have been suspended at Kaseye Girls Secondary School in Malawi's northern region district of Chitipa for possessing mobile phones, which is against the institution's rules, MaraPost has learnt. The majority of ...
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The Maravi Post
Malawian nurses stranded in UK – report
Nyasa Times
An unidentified number of Malawian nurses, who migrated to the United Kingdom in search of greener pastures, are said to be stranded in that country after finding themselves out of work due to changes in the UK immigration policy, Malawi News reported ...
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JB lauds chiefs' role in development, elevates Mponda: Malawi pictorial
Nyasa Times
Traditional chiefs in Malawi deserve total respect because they are catalysts of social and economic development of the nation, President Joyce Banda said. Speaking on Saturday during the official elevation ceremony of Senior Chief Mponda at his ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi govt. urged to enlighten chiefs on mining issues
The Maravi Post
MZUZU (MaraPost) – Traditional Authority Mwalweni of Malawi's northern region district of Rumphi has asked government to educate traditional leaders on mining issues. "Mining companies exploit local people because traditional leaders are ignorant of ...
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