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Thursday, 23 May 2013

Google Alert - Malawi

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Warriors off to Malawi
NewsDay
THE Warriors are expected to leave for Malawi by road this morning for their international friendly match against the hosts in Blantyre on Saturday. Report by Sports Correspondent. Most of the players called up for national duty were expected to play ...
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Malawi: President Joyce Banda sells off controversial presidential jet
Afrique en Ligue
Malawi President Joyce Banda has lived up to her vow to sell off the presidential jet which her predecessor bought in controversial circumstances. 'Yes, we have finally identified a buyer for the presidential jet we put on auction,' said Cabinet clerk ...
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Malawi finds buyer for presidential jet
Watertown Public Opinion
Cabinet clerk Ernest Katchetche said Wednesday that the government has identified a buyer for the 14-passenger presidential jet, which was put up for sale. The presidential office says the buyer is a Virgin Islands company. Malawi President Joyce Banda ...
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ADB impressed with Malawi's macroeconomic performance, pumps in MK3.1bilion
Nyasa Times
"The Bank is encouraged by the renewed commitment shown by the Malawi Government, and it's determination in undertaking bold macroeconomic reforms," said Mwaba. "We are witnessing preliminary signs towards the firming of the exchange rate and ...
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Nyasa Times
MRA gives seized maize to hospitals in northern Malawi
Nyasa Times
The Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) Commissioner General John Biziwick has sounded a strong warning to members of the general public and business people against exportation of goods especially maize without proper documentation to avoid penalties.
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Malawi multi-faith group PAC elects Bishop Tengatenga as new chair
Nyasa Times
Malawi quasi-religious organisation the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) has elected Right Reverend James Tengatenga, the Anglican Bishop of the Diocese of Southern Malawi, as its new chairperson. Tengatenga was elected Thursday at the committee's ...
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Nyasa Times
Rapid drop in Lake Malawi's water levels drives down fish stocks
Malaysia Sun
Rapid drop in Lake Malawi's water levels drives down fish stocks. The Guardian Wednesday 22nd May, 2013. Nguwo village committee chairman Ibrahim Kachinga on the shores of Lake Malawi. For the past five years the committee has been educating ...
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Charlotte lays wreath on Kamuzu's tomb
postzambia.com
According to a statement released by first secretary for press at the Zambia mission in Lilongwe, Chansa Kabwela, Charlotte, who arrived in Malawi on Monday, also visited the War Memorial Tower, a cultural landmark where fallen heroes who fought in the ...
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Black Mambas Bite How Mine
AllAfrica.com
Chibwiro, who has been drafted into the Warriors side leaving for an international friendly in Malawi today, replaced Honey Chimutimunzveve in the 83rd minute and then grabbed a sensational header in injury time to deny How Mine at least a crucial ...
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PROFLIGHT ZAMBIA LAUNCHES FLIGHTS TO LILONGWE
UKZAMBIANS
Trade and tourism ties between Zambia and Malawi will be given a boost next month when Proflight Zambia begins a three-times-a-week service between the Lusaka and Lilongwe capitals. The new route, which will be launched on June 4, will be the first ...
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Communities bemoan Mudi River pollution
The Times Group (blog)
Reports by the Wildlife Society of Malawi and Environmental Health Department of the Malawi Polytechnic say the river is polluted with Lead, Chromium, Zinc, Copper and other chemicals hazardous to human health. The people claimed that children who ...
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SADC needs more teeth
New Era
Reviving the SADC Tribunal is urgently needed, he said, citing the current differences between SADC member states such as Malawi and Tanzania. The two countries have a long-running border dispute over Lake Malawi, which is believed to have rich oil ...
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Court grants Malawi ex-pres. Muluzi leave for AU 50th anniversary in Addis Ababa
Nyasa Times
The High Court in Blantyre on Thursday granted former president Bakili Muluzi permission to leave for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to take part in activities to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the formation of the Organisation of African Unity, now the ...
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