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Friday, 3 May 2013

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Malawi ruling PP says T/A Bvumbwe 'chillaxing' not hiding
Nyasa Times
Malawi's ruling People's Party (PP) has dismissed reports that Traditional Authority (T/A) Bvumbwe in Thyolo is hiding after receiving death threats, saying the youthful chief may be on vacation elsewhere. T/A Bvumbwe, who has crossed paths with PP ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi paired with Zimbabwe in Cosafa Cup draw
Nyasa Times
Malawi national soccer team will face Zimbabwe in the quarterfinals of the 2013 edition of the Council for Southern Africa Football Association (COSAFA) to be played between 6th and 21st July. This has been confirmed following a draw COSAFA held on ...
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Nyasa Times
Chakwera steps down as Malawi Assemblies of God president: To concentrate ...
Nyasa Times
Man of the moment, Rev. Dr. Lazarus Chakwera has stepped down as president of the Malawi Assemblies of God to concentrate on front-line politics as he is aspiring to lead Malawi Congress Party (MCP). Chakwera confirmed that he formally relinquishes his ...
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Nyasa Times
JB defends Malawi labour export plan - The BNL Times
The Times Group (blog)
President Joyce Banda on Wednesday defended government's plan to export labour to Middle East countries such as Dubai and Kuwait, arguing it will help reduce unemployment levels in addition to helping Malawians acquire the much-needed experience ...
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Bvumbwe residents demand explanation from Police after TA Bvumbwe ...
Malawi Today
Scores of subjects of Traditional Authority (T/A) Bvumbwe in Thyolo on Thursday marched to Bvumbwe Police Station where they demanded an explanation on the whereabouts of their chief who is reported to be in hiding after receiving death threats.
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QM talks focus on jobs, routes - The BNL Times
The Times Group (blog)
Talks between Malawi's Public Private Partnerships Commission (PPPC) and Ethiopian Airlines on the proposed take-over deal on Air Malawi are focused on the level of investment, employment plans as well as planned routes by the preferred bidder, the ...
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'MCP candidate checklist restrictive' - The BNL Times
The Times Group (blog)
The checklist says that aspirants are required to be Malawian citizens and bonafide Malawi Congress Party (MCP) members who are financially stable to support the party, satisfy the four cornerstones of unity, loyalty, obedience and discipline and have ...
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Best Trips In Africa: Enjoy Safaris and the Nature and Wildlife In National Parks
TravelersToday
"When you make friends with a Malawian, they watch out for you," says Moses Mphatso Kaufulu, a blogger from the historic capital of Zomba. "The depth of African experience rests on friendship-this is what makes my country second to none in the world." ...
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TravelersToday
Thyolo chiefs are a bunch of sell-outs - The BNL Times
The Times Group (blog)
Political parties in Malawi are shameless and pathetic. As if that is not enough, some are panicking big time. Despite the bravado that they might show when they are with their leaders, singing and insulting others at will, deep down they are desperate ...
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Church volunteers head to Africa to deliver second-hand mobile phones to rural ...
This is Gloucestershire
There are 60 Kingfisher Churches in Malawi and Mozambique, with 20 more across India. Mobile phones are a technology taken for granted in the western world. And with network coverage improving in rural areas of Africa, the church hopes it can help ...
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It's BB versus Wanderers
amalawi info
BLANTYRE: Yes, it's another cracker of a match as Big Bullets take on Wanderers at Malawi's soccer cathedral, the Kamuzu stadium tomorrow. This is the second time that the sides are meeting in two months after the sides played to a one-all-draw in the ...
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Scarboro Missions adapts program to modern reality - The Catholic Register
The Catholic Register
Mary Olenick, seen here with children in Malawi, said Scarboro Missions has introduced a one-year overseas mission program for young people who can't make a three-year commitment. - Photo courtesy of Scarboro Missions. TORONTO - Hoping to win over ...
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