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Thursday, 9 May 2013

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'Village Banking' Empowers Poor Malawi Women
Voice of America
BLANTYRE, MALAWI — A Malawian women empowerment NGO known as the Center for Alternatives for Victimized Women and Children has been working to help poor, widowed and abused women become economically independent through village ...
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Voice of America
Come on, come out, come to Malawi, Pres. Banda woos investors in S.Africa
The Maravi Post
Joyce Banda has called on foreign investors to do their trade in Malawi, saying since she took over the leadership her administration has made changes conducive to investors. The President said this on Thursday when she attended a Grow Africa Forum ...
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The Maravi Post
Disabilities Prevent Aging Africans from Being Productive
Voice of America
Africa's rapidly aging population is developing disabilities that limit their ability to be productive, according to a study conducted by researchers in the U.S. and Malawi. It also found that women and men 45 years of age had severe limitations ...
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Malawi electoral laws ready for harmonization
The Maravi Post
BLANTYRE--Twenty five bills including two bills to facilitate harmonization of the Malawi's electoral laws will be tabled during the parliament meeting which starts on May 17 at the Parliament Building in Lilongwe. The Office of the Speaker of the ...
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Malawi Fashion Week 2013 to hold street fashion parade
The Maravi Post
Malawi-Fashion-Week LILONGWE (Mana) -- As the Malawi Fashion Week (MFW) 2013 draws closer, organizers of the event have planned a street fashion parade to give the people a snippet of what will happen during the fashion week. The street showcase ...
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The Maravi Post
New Malawi songstress Trizah Titus marches into gospel arena
Nyasa Times
The Gospel music circle should brace itself for yet another promising talent about to hit the gospel platform with debut album 'Tsika Mzimu Oyera.' Trizah Titus, a 28 year old Malawian currently based in South Africa, is pursuing a training in ...
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Nyasa Times
Only 38 per cent access Early Childhood Development in Malawi
The Maravi Post
LILONGWE (Mana) -- Only 38 per cent of children in the country have access to Early Childhood Development (ECD), Action Aid Malawi has revealed. According to the National Coordinator for ECD in the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Welfare, ...
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The Maravi Post
Student teachers in Malawi clash with cops while protesting unpaid allowances ...
The Maravi Post
MZUZU (MaraviPost) — Student teachers in Malawi's central district of Kasungu on Wednesday took to the streets protesting over delayed allowance arrears, poor diet and erratic water supply. The Kasungu Teachers Training College students, who are yet ...
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Commission says Malawi farmers need to grow more flue cured tobacco
The Maravi Post
In an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana), Chief Executive Officer Dr. Bruce Munthali, said barley has always been the leading leaf as compared to flue cured tobacco, saying it is time farmers grew more flue cured tobacco which is demanded globally.
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Kapachira's 64MW ready December 2013: To ease electricity woes in Malawi
Nyasa Times
Malaiw government says the installation of Kapichira Hydro Power Plant in Chikhwawa which is expected to add 64 megawatts to the national grid is expected to be completed in December this year and not October as anticipated. Minister of Energy Ibrahim ...
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Nyasa Times
Injunction restraining rare earth metals exploration on Malawi's Mulanje ...
The Maravi Post
court order BLANTYRE (MaraPost) -- The High Court in Malawi has discharged an injunction that stopped Spring Stone Limited, a mining company, from carrying out rare earth elements exploration activities on Mulanje Mountain which the highest in the ...
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The Maravi Post
SacOil to look for oil in Botswana
Independent Online
SacOil has interests in Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Malawi. Botswana's mineral industry provides about 40 percent of all government revenue but the country's policy makers have been trying to reduce the economic dependence on the ...
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Independent Online
Envoys of four nations present credentials
New York Daily News
New Delhi, May 9 — The envoys of four nations -- Ecuador, the Maldives, Lithuania and Malawi -- presented their credentials to President Pranab Mukherjee at Rashtrapati Bhavan here Thursday. The envoys who presented their credentials were Mentor ...
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New malaria tool shows who is at risk
Health24.com
Seydel's collaborators on the study include MSU researchers Lindsay Fox, Terrie Taylor and Mathew Reeves, along with partners from the University of Malawi College of Medicine. The National Institutes of Health supported the research. EurekAlert ...
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Africa Needs a New Development Model
AllAfrica.com
During her recent visit to Zimbabwe, President Joyce Banda of Malawi was impressed with the country's land reform programme and spoke her mind on the achievements and transformation it had brought to the people. No sooner had she left, Western ...
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Art, Culture and Cuisine - with a Touch of Africa
VARSITY News
Hundreds of students strolled across Jammie Plaza to explore the variety of dishes, served with the compliments of the various African societies at UCT; including Lesotho, Namibia, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, ...
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South African military flexes muscles ahead of Congo mission
Chicago Tribune
The force, supported by similar-sized detachments from Malawi and Tanzania, was approved by the United Nations in March for "targeted security operations" as part of U.N. peacekeeping in the region. Its mission is to neutralize rebel groups, including ...
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