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Thursday, 30 May 2013

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MHEN Decries Underfunding of Health Ministry in 2013/2014 Budget
AllAfrica.com
Malawi: MHEN Decries Underfunding of Health Ministry in 2013/2014 Budget. By Linda Likomwa, 29 May 2013. Lilongwe — Malawi Health Equity Network (MHEN) on Wednesday said Ministry of Health is underfunded looking at the 2013/2014 budget.
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Malawi's electoral body trains district structures on conflict resolution
The Maravi Post
BLANTYRE (MaraPost) — The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) says strong cooperation and co-existence among electoral players mostly at the district level will ensure free, fair and credible elections. Speaking at the opening of a multiparty liaison ...
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PAC says Malawi kwacha strength may be 'false hopes'
Nyasa Times
Officials of Malawi's interfaith organization, Public Affairs Committee (PAC) say they are very cautious to join what they have described as "current government's led euphoria" on the appreciation of the Kwacha to avoid feeding people with false hopes ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi Police nets armed robbers, recovers one gun
Nyasa Times
Amin comes from Kadzuwa Village, Traditional Authority Bvumbwe in Thyolo whereas Tung'ande is from Zalimu Village, Traditional Authority Nkaya in Balaka. Banda comes from Masache Village, Traditional Authority Kasakula in Ntchisi. Meanwhile, Malawi ...
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Nyasa Times
Dzalanyama Forest Reserve on sale, claims MCP MP
Nyasa Times
Malawi's opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) parliamentarian for Lilongwe Msonzi south Vitus Dzoole Mwale has alleged that the People's Party (PP) government is planning to sell Dzalanyama Forest Reserve, a major catchment area for the country's ...
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HIV Positive 'Serial Rapist' Jailed 14 Years for Defiling 4-Year-Old Girl
AllAfrica.com
Malawi: HIV Positive 'Serial Rapist' Jailed 14 Years for Defiling 4-Year-Old Girl. By Aliko Munde, 29 May 2013. Nkhata Bay — A 45-year-old man, who completed jail terms in 2003 and 2008 for defilement and attempted rape, respectively was Tuesday ...
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"Without Human Rights Education, Policy Remains Theory"
AllAfrica.com
After four years, we were strong enough to take a group of the best facilitators from Ghana and went on to set up an organisation in Malawi. We now have offices in Malawi, Ghana and the UK. Why did you decide to focus on Sexual and Reproductive rights?
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Mec employees demand pay hike
The Times Group (blog)
Malawi Electoral Commission (Mec) staff are demanding an immediate salary increment including arrears accrued from 2006. The workers we spoke to say they are demanding the pay now as "the task ahead may not provide time for discussion of this nature" ...
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K100,000 up for grabs in student's poetry competition: Free Expression Institution
Nyasa Times
Board member for Institute of Free Expression Institution (FEI) Martines Namingha disclosed this in Malawi's at Lilongwe Hotel during a press conference recently that there will be three categories of the competition with winners of each category going ...
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Nyasa Times
'Harboring or transferring children not offence': Defence of suspected Muslim ...
Nyasa Times
Abdul Malick Audrey of Senior Traditional Authority Nkaya in Balaka whom Malawi Police arrested on May 4 2013 for allegedly trafficking 26 Muslim students to Zanzibar has said that the State wrongly charged him because Immigration procedures are not ...
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Nyasa Times
Nigeria Super Eagles wary over Kenya World Cup tie
Africa Review
At the same time Malawi coach Eddington Ng'onamo says his team's preparations are on the right track ahead of the upcoming World Cup qualifiers at home to Namibia and Malawi. The flames who are joint top Group F with five points same as Nigeria, drew ...
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China biggest rival as Japan seeks to tap African resources
The Japan Times
Given that China has control of over 90 percent of the current global market in rare-earth metals, which are used in modern electronics, finding new sources of the minerals in places like Malawi is of growing importance not only to Japan but other ...
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St Andrew's Church celebrates Africa Day
Reading Post
The multicultural church in London Road has members from all parts of the UK and from much wider afield, including many from Cameroon, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Uganda and Zambia. And to celebrate the African continent, the kind-hearted congregation is ...
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