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Thursday, 9 May 2013

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Selenium deficiency 'endemic' in Malawi - Thomson Reuters Foundation
Reuters AlertNet (blog)
Researchers from Malawi, New Zealand and the United Kingdom sought to establish both whether selenium content in different Malawian soils affects the mineral content of food crops grown in them, and its ultimate influence on the status of human health.
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Malawi Flames maintain position on Fifa ranking
Nyasa Times
Malawi national football team , the Flames. have maintained position 109 on the latest Coca-Cola Fifa rankings released today. The Flames are ranked position 34th in Africa with their Group F rivals Nigeria on a respectable 28th position in the World ...
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Nyasa Times
Lincolnshire nurses aiming to return to help children in Malawi
Nursing Times
Amanda Jackson, head of children's nursing at Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals Foundation Trust, and neonatal community nurse Clare South are planning to return to Malawi In October. They travelled to the African country last May and vowed to ...
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University of Malawi students still boycotting classes
Nyasa Times
Polytechnic and Chancellor College students, constituent colleges of the University of Malawi (Unima) are still boycotting classes pressing the government to increase their living allowances in line with cost of living. The students are also demanding ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi Police arrest students leader, three others in Zomba
Nyasa Times
Students Union of Chancellor College (Succ) president Israel Masiyano, and three other student activists were arrested in Zomba on Thursday morning for leading students to present a petition to the office of the district commissioner in demand for ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi Govt. says ready with tripartite polls bill
Nyasa Times
Government in Malawi says it will during the forthcoming budget meeting of Parliament table two bills to facilitate harmonisation of the electoral laws to allow the country hold tripartite elections next year. Leader of the House Henry Phoya confirmed ...
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Nyasa Times
Airtel U-17 football talent hunt back in Malawi:Samsung unveiled as a new partner
Nyasa Times
At least 300 schools across Malawi are participating and Airtel is working hand in hand with the Football Association of Malawi (FAM) through Malawi Schools Sports Association (Massa) as well as ministries of Education and Sports to spot and cultivate ...
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Nyasa Times
Public calls for trickle-down effect on Malawi Kwacha gains
Nyasa Times
Some farmers and the Consumer Association of Malawi (Cama) have called on traders and service providers to be fair to members of the public and reduce prices due to gains that the Kwacha is registering. Already the Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority ...
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We are here to preserve democracy and not to practice it: The tale of Malawi ...
Nyasa Times
But for a patriotic Malawi, desperate for good news, let us celebrate and hope that we get a breather until somewhere in September when we start importing fertilizers and all other small items. May be we should ban importation of all materials locally ...
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Nyasa Times
US$10m trade fund for Malawi exporters to UK
Nyasa Times
"The facility allows Malawi exporters to receive settlement of their invoices prior to their buyer receiving the goods. This enhances the working capital of the Malawi business, for example allowing them to purchase more crops in the selling season ...
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Nyasa Times
Kenya needs $125000 to host Nigeria
The Punch
The Stars have their return-leg fixtures against Super Eagles, Malawi Flames and Namibia between June 5 and Sept. 6. "The federation needs at least $125,000 for the match against Nigeria. The bulk of the funds will be for the purchase of air tickets ...
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Street artists making a difference in Africa
This is Bristol
Every year since 2003, the Bristol charity Temwa has held an auction of street art to raise funds for its vital projects in one of the poorest regions of Malawi in east Africa. Renowned street artists raised – and often still based – in Bristol have ...
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