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Friday, 24 May 2013

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Malawi's Presidential Jet Up For Sale For Just $15 Million
spyghana.com
Cash-strapped Malawi has found a buyer for the luxury jet that had once belonged to late leader Bingu wa Mutharika. A government official said on Wednesday that the presidential jet has been sold for $15 million, raising much need funds for the ...
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Malawi ceases use of old bank notes
Nyasa Times
Malawi Government has scraped all bank notes that were in circulation prior to the introduction of new Malawi Kwacha series last year on May 23, the Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) has declared. The bank, in line with Section 20 of the Reserve Bank of ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi pros Ngalande, Mzava in for Zimbabwe friendly: Kanyenda excited with ...
Nyasa Times
Malawi will include only three of its foreign-based players—defender Limbikani 'Pupa' Mzava and forwards Esau Kanyenda and Robin Ngalande—in Saturday's strength-testing match against Zimbabwe Warriors. On Thursday, Mzava and Ngalande jetted in ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi encourages technology advancement among Customs administrations
Nyasa Times
Malawi Government has appealed to customs administrations in the East and Southern African Region to ensure that they is increased use and upgrading of technologies in customs administrations as a way of encouraging economic activities. This was said ...
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Malawi gears up to host Africa netball championship: Renovates Blantyre Youth ...
Nyasa Times
Malawi's preparations to host Africa netball championship in June took on Monday with renovations of the country's netball arena, Blantyre Youth Centre. The renovations started on Monday with the two courts at the centre have been demolished and new ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi presidential jet 'not yet sold'
Africa Review
Malawi has said the presidential jet was yet to be sold to the British Virgin Islands-based Bohnox Enterprise Ltd . The British firm, said Blantyre, was yet to respond to the $15 million offer that Malawi had made. "The Presidential jet has not been ...
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Africa Review
Zambia's 2nd lady in Malawi, pays tribute to late Kamuzu Banda
Nyasa Times
According to Press Attaché at the Zambia High Commission in Lilongwe, Chansa Kabwela, after visiting Kamuzu's mausoleum, the Zambian Second Lady, accompanied by Zambia's High Commissioner to Malawi, Billy Munyumbwe, diplomatic staff and other ...
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Nyasa Times
Free Expression Institute to honour individuals on Malawi's 'protestors day ...
Nyasa Times
Free Expression Institute (FEI) a local independent civil society organization in the country will on July 20 this year honor and recognize individuals and organizations who have played an important role in the area of promotion and enhancement of ...
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Pharmanova donates drugs to Dowa hospital: Malawi safemotherhood
Nyasa Times
Pharmanova Limited has made a donation of 200 cartons of medical drugs and delivery kits Dowa District Hospital. The company presented the donation to Malawi President Joyce Banda when she opened a maternity waiting home at Dowa District Hospital ...
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Nyasa Times
Zambian woman held with 6cr drugs at Mumbai airport
Zambian Watchdog
Mphakati Alice was on her way to Lilongwe in Malawi. She was checking in for an Ethiopian Airways flight in the morning when AIU officials intercepted her. The officials said they had specific intelligence about the presence of the contraband. On ...
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New airline services on Lilongwe-Lusaka route
Nyasa Times
Trade and tourism ties between Malawi and Zambia will be given a boost next month when Proflight Zambia begins a three-times-a-week service to Lilongwe from Lusaka. The new route, which will be launched on June 4, will be the first international ...
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Nyasa Times
WB approves USD213m to support Tanzania
IPPmedia
"Well-functioning access to the maritime ports of Tanzania and Mozambique is essential for trade movement and economic prosperity, especially for the landlocked countries in the region (Zambia, Malawi and the DRC)," said World Bank Director of Strategy ...
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