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Monday, 13 May 2013

Google Alert - Malawi

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Malawi Govt urged to check its expenditures to sustain Kwacha's strength
Nyasa Times
Malawi Government needs to critically check its uncontrolled expenditures if the appreciation of the kwacha against its major currencies, mainly the United States Dollar, is to be sustained so that it does not fall again quickly. Over the last few days ...
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Nyasa Times
Keeping Girls in School: Malawi NGO tackles absenteeism with sanitary pads
Nyasa Times
Absenteeism rate among adolescent girls in Malawi primary schools due to poor menstrual hygiene is expected to drastically reduce following a launch of a project known as Keeping Girls in School which seeks to distribute, for free, reusable sanitary ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi boosting mining sector capacity -Minister
Nyasa Times
Malawi government says it has embarked on a drive to increase the capacity of the booming mining sector in the country. Mines Minister John Bande said they target to have 55 local technical mining experts in 7 years time. "Already we have sent 3 ...
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Nyasa Times
Joyce Banda, hand-clappers insensitive
Malawi Today
Even some economists are arguing that the Malawi of today is far much better off than the Bingu wa Mutharika one because fuel and forex shortages are no longer there? Yes, to a certain extent. Some JB hand-clappers are also praising Acheemwa day and ...
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Calls for Malawian Judge Lovemore Chikopa to go back are misplaced and ...
Lusaka Times
Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba has said calls for Malawian Judge Lovemore Chikopa to go back to his country are misplaced and unjustified. Mr Kabimba said those criticising Judge Chikopa's engagement to head the tribunal to probe the conduct of three ...
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Lusaka Times
Hawthorns pupils make an outfit for skeleton using Fairtrade products
Get Bracknell
The whole school also took part in the 90kg Malawi Rice Challenge, which was successfully completed. The challenge encouraged parents and children to buy 1kg bags of fairly-traded rice to fund secondary education for a child in Malawi. If a rice farmer ...
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