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Thursday, 30 May 2013

Google Alert - Malawi

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Malawi faith group PAC warns against foul-mouthing politics
Nyasa Times
Malawi quasi-religious organization the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) is advising political leaders to desist from politics of mudslinging or name calling describing them as primitive. PAC, a platform for different denominations advocating for ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi Soyabean production hits record high: Farmers reap from JB's ...
Nyasa Times
Farmers across the country are all smiles following President Dr. Joyce Banda's drive to commercialize the agricultural sector by encouraging farmers to grow cash crops. Soon after taking oath of office the Malawi leader announced a series of reforms ...
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Nyasa Times
Global leaders hail Malawi progress on safe-motherhood
Nyasa Times
Global maternal and child health leaders have commended tremendous strides that have been made by Malawi's Safe Motherhood eleven months down the line following commitments made at the Family Planning London summit in 2012. Prominent figures ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi ex-chief secretary Upindi dies, tributes pour in
Nyasa Times
Malawi's former Secretary in the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) Alfred Upindi died Wednesday afternoon in a South African hospital after a long battle with diabetes, his daughter, Miriam, has confirmed. "Because of old age and having ...
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Nyasa Times
Lake Nyasa bottom 'may have oil'
Daily News
a Correspondent THE local Tanzanian community bordering Lake Nyasa is no nearer to understanding what the conflict between their country and Malawi is about, nor why so much is at stake, as mediation efforts between Malawi and Tanzania continue.
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It's Not a Drug, It's Not a Device – It's Women Working Together
New Security Beat
One of the lessons learned in Malawi, said panelist Florida Banda, is that communities move at their own pace. The MaiMwana and MaiKhanda programs did not see dramatic results until a Demographic and Health Survey was conducted five years after the ...
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Kwacha gain hits tobacco growers
The Times Group (blog)
The Tobacco Association of Malawi (Tama) has said although the appreciation of the Malawi kwacha should be good for the economy, tobacco growers who are yet to sell their tobacco will be negatively affected through reduced kwacha cash after converting ...
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"Without human rights education, policy remains theory"
Amnesty International
Young people physically engaging with the concept of balance as a result of the sharing of power in a workshop in Malawi. © Theatre for a Change. " We want to see empowerment of girls and women who are profoundly marginalized at the moment but who, ...
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SD contributes E1bn IN Illovo Group revenue
Times of Swaziland
Taking the lead in terms of highest contribution of profits towards the group is Malawi with E899.3 million followed by Zambia with E478.8 million. Taking third position is South Africa with E164.3 million, Swaziland with E155.8 million, Mozambique ...
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