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Saturday, 25 May 2013

Google Alert - Malawi

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In Malawi, an NGO Saves Rural Dwellers from Waterborne Illnesses
Voice of America
CHIKHWAWA DISTRICT, MALAWI — A few years ago, residents of Malawi's southern district of Chikhwawa were often stricken with diarrhea often caused by cholera, an illness spread by unclean drinking water from unprotected sources like wells and rivers.
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Voice of America
Malawi Pres. Joyce Banda misses her finest hour: 'Cut the Chaff'
Nyasa Times
In Weekend Nation newspaper, award winning columnist Ephraim Munthali of the 'Cut the chaff' has called President Joyce Banda's state opening address of Parliament as a missed opportunity . Here if the full articled as it appeared: Maybe I had too high ...
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Nyasa Times
DPP says 2013/14 Malawi budget 'poetic but uninspiring'
Nyasa Times
The opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has described the 2013/14 budget presented in Parliament on Friday as uninspiring as it will only stimulate the country's ever-dependence on donors. Malawi's Minister of Finance, Ken Lipenga, on Friday ...
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Nyasa Times
Peter Mutharika attacks Malawi govt. for ignoring 'Ndata' University, Nsanje ...
Nyasa Times
"When I was the minister of education, for the first time in the history of Malawi I established the Council for Higher Education to make sure that there is quality control but nothing has been mentioned about that and I was surprised about that," said ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi leader JB takes Safe-Motherhood campaign to AU: Calls for more ...
Nyasa Times
Malawian President Joyce Banda, on Saturday the 25th of May, called for more protection of the girl-child and mothers on the African continent. President Banda was speaking during the celebration of the Golden Jubilee of the African Union, in Addis ...
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Nyasa Times
Zimbabwe hold Malawi to 1-1 friendly draw: Ngalande in top form
Nyasa Times
Malawi striker Robin Ngalande proved critics wrong when he put up a stunning performance against Zimbabwe in a friendly match on Saturday at Kamuzu Stadium which ended in a 1-1 draw. The South African based forward, who was called into camp at the ...
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Travel Writer Paul Theroux's Last Trip to Africa
Malaysia Sun
Paul Theroux has been traversing continents--often crammed into an overcrowded bus or wedged into a packed train car. His international wanderings began as a Peace Corps volunteer in Malawi in 1963, and in 1975 he published his first travel book.
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