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Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Google Alert - Malawi

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EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Malawi leader Muluzi denies meeting opposition aspirant ...
The Maravi Post
BLANTYRE (MaraPost) -- Malawi's former president Bakili Muluzi has denied meeting one of the front-runners for the 2014 presidential candidature for the main opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP). The social media is rife with news that Muluzi, ...
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Malawi Kwacha to depreciate after tobacco sells-Nico report
Nyasa Times
Investment management and advisory firm, Nico Asset Managers, says the Malawi kwacha is likely to start losing ground against foreign currencies after the end of the tobacco selling season. In its April 2013 Economic Report, Nico says the situation can ...
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Malawi Tripartite Bill ready for gazetting, to be tabled in Parliament
Nyasa Times
The controversy over whether Malawi will have tripartite elections next seem to be settling after a Cabinet Committee in the country on Monday approved three bills aimed at harmonising the electoral law to see the process through. The country's ...
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NuEnergy Gas aims to become first unconventional gas producer in Malawi
Proactive Investors Australia
NuEnergy Gas (ASX: NGY) has big goals in Malawi aiming to become the first unconventional gas producer in the country; the quest has begun with an airborne geophysical survey at its Exclusive Prospecting License (EPL 0360/2012). The EPL, located in ...
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'Apply your journalistic ethics, standards when using social media' - Mec
The Times Group (blog)
The media are a crucial partner in elections and as Malawi Electoral Commission we are eager to see to it that our partners are discharging their roles in a professional and excellent manner and that any competency gaps should be addressed. That is why ...
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The govt deserves credit for kwacha appreciation - The BNL Times
The Times Group (blog)
After a long time, Malawi can now get some positive news on the economic front. Inflation has started coming down, the kwacha has appreciated and the prices of fuel have been reduced. Although all these things would take some time to translate into ...
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Paladin takes another hit on Kayelekera
The West Australian
Uranium miner Paladin Energy has slashed a further $US44.8 million ($45 million) from the value of its Kayelekera mine in Malawi, taking writedowns for project over the past nine months to $US140.8 million. In its financial report for nine months to ...
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