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Thursday, 16 May 2013

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Malawi to destroy drugs worth US$2.3m: Expired at Central Medical Stores
Nyasa Times
MCST Public Relations officer, Hebert Chandilanga confirmed the Trust will get rid of drugs which have been in store for some years. "These drugs expired some way back. They were procured some years ago," Chandilanga said without elaborating the type ...
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Nyasa Times
JB promises tight security at Korean hospital in Malawi: Daeyoung
Nyasa Times
President Joyce Banda has assured doctors and nurses at a private Hospital -Daeyoung Hospital in Lilongwe that her government will give the hospital all the security in needs for them to work without any problems. Banda made the remarks when she made ...
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Nyasa Times
Zim to send local side - The BNL Times
The Times Group (blog)
The Daily Times has established that despite both Football Association of Malawi (Fam) and Zifa agreeing to send their A teams, Malawi will face Warriors squad of locals only. The team will also be coached by Warriors assistant coach Lloyd Mutasa.
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Sidra simulation staff help to improve medical care in Qatar and Malawi
AME Info (press release)
Sidra Medical and Research Center employees Elaine Sigalet, Sidra's simulation consultant, and Renee Pyburn, Senior Project Manager, travelled to Malawi last week as part of a group of eight simulation educators from the International Pediatric ...
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SANDF contingent training hard for DRC deployment
defenceWeb
The South African battalion earmarked for deployment as part of the UN DRC intervention brigade is currently undergoing intensive training ahead of joining up with elements from Malawi and Tanzania in the central African country. "Training is hard," SA ...
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defenceWeb
Emily Nemens, Artist, Draws All The Women In The 113th Congress (IMAGE)
Huffington Post
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton dances with Emille Phiri, chair of the Lumbadzi Milk Bulking Group, at the end of the Secretary's visit to the group in Lilongwe, Malawi, Sunday, Aug. 5, 2012, on the first ever visit to Malawi by a U.S ...
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