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Wednesday, 22 May 2013

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Malawi: Cost-cutting president sells off jet that was a symbol of wasteful ...
Washington Post
Malawi President Joyce Banda came to power last year after the death of President Bingu wa Mutharika, who had angered the political opposition as well as Western donors to his impoverished country when he purchased the plane for an estimated $22 ...
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Washington Post
Malawi sells president's plane
The Nation
AFP. Malawi sells president's plane. BLANTYRE - Malawi's presidential jet has been auctioned off to a Virgin Islands company for $15 million, after the cash-strapped government disposed of it to raise funds, an official said Tuesday. Trending ...
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The Nation
Malawi's Ng'ambi nominated for South Africa Player of Season Award
Nyasa Times
The Malawi emerges strong favourite to win the accolade going by profiles of other nominees posted on Premier Soccer League website. Robert Ng'ambi. "Ng'ambi had a fine season for Dikwena, living up to and even exceeding the vast potential he showed ...
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Nyasa Times
Former Eastern Province minister is new Malawi High Commissioner
Lusaka Times
President Michael Sata has appointed Charles Banda as Zambia's High Commissioner to Malawi and conferred Lusaka prominent lawyer, John Sangwa, with the status of State Counsel. President Sata has since implored the duo to exhibit exemplary ...
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Lusaka Times
'No clapping hands for everything': Kapito lashes at Malawi ruling PP
Nyasa Times
Consumer Association of Malawi (Cama) boss John Kapito who is fierce critic of government who is not afraid to pass a comment has told ruling People's Party (PP) TO separate the party from state business . Kapito was reacting to a statement PP's Deputy ...
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Nyasa Times
Speaker bemoans indiscipline in Malawi Parliament
Nyasa Times
Speaker of the National Assembly Henry Chimunthu Banda has bemoaned the behaviour of some legislators in the august House, which he said does not bring dignity. Speaking during the debate on the State of-the-Nation Address delivered to the House by ...
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Nyasa Times
Stigma still surrounds HIV/AIDS
Mmegi Online
Civil society advocates studying the implementation of programmes for gay men and lesbians were conducted in the six southern African countries, namely, Botswana, Malawi, Namibia, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Positive change is happening in ...
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Malawi Pres. Banda leaves for Addis Ababa, to proceed to Japan
Nyasa Times
President Joyce Banda leaves the country for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to attend the African Union Summit and will proceed to Tokyo, Japan for the Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD). Presidential press secretary, Steve Nhlane, ...
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Nyasa Times
Ignorant MPs hinder Climate finance effectiveness
Africa Science News Service
Sharing on monitoring climate financing expenditure in Malawi, Tembo said the absence of structural approach to involving parliamentarians in tracking resources has not helped matters. She said while citizens look to the civil societies to intervene ...
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South Korea labour recruits to earn US$1000
The Times Group (blog)
He said the workers will be paid part of the salary while the other part will be sent to Malawi where it will be saved until the workers return after finishing their tenure. "What I can confirm is that the salary is not less than $1,000. Part of what ...
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Zambia: Changing Environment in the Zambezi River Basin
Malaysia Sun
The Atlas uses satellite images, high resolution photographs, illustrative text and graphics to present various issues in the Zambezi basin, which encompasses part of eight countries -- Angola, Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, the United Republic ...
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Nonprofit Children of the Nations Points to Recent Study Illustrating Life ...
Sacramento Bee
Children like Peter, who entered COTN's program in Malawi 12 years ago as a severely malnourished two-year-old, have benefited greatly from this well-rounded approach to care. "When I remember what has been done for me in the past, I start to cry ...
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