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Tuesday, 21 May 2013

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Malawi youth to get K450 000 per month wages in South Korea -PP
Nyasa Times
Every Malawian going to work in South Korea will be receiving K450 000 per month including free house, electricity and some basic necessities, according to Jimmy Bauleni Manna who is People's Party (PP) Party's Deputy Director of Youth Affairs. Malawi ...
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Nyasa Times
Tembo raps Malawi Pres. Banda on economy, agriculture
Nyasa Times
Leader of Opposition and president of the opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) John has trashed President Joyce Banda's speech, accusing her of giving out contradictory information and also lying to the nation by saying that the country's economy is ...
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UK to donnate K8.7 Billion to Malawi
amalawi info
Malawi: Britain has committed an additional £13 million Sterlling, about MK8.7 billion towards the Malawian's health sector through the Department for International Development-DFID. This is in addition to the £29 million Sterlling funding that UK ...
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Option B+ - for a generation born HIV free
YouTube
... Gmail, Orkut, Picasa, or Chrome) to add unicef's video to your playlist. Sign in. Statistics Report. Published on May 20, 2013. UNICEF correspondent Leonie Marinovich reports on a new treatment for preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV in ...
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Malawi plans national data centre
Telecompaper (subscription)
The Malawi government plans to establish a National Data Centre (NDC) that will rationalise data storage and data processing facilities in the country. The measure was included in President Joyce Banda's budget speech for the coming year, delivered to ...
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Zambia Running Broke, says Milupi - Zambia Reports
Zambia Reports
Milupi, Civil Society Organisations and other opposition leaders are calling on the Auditor General Anna Chifungula to even audit donations of fuel and maize to Malawi and Zimbabwe respectively. "This government is running broke, it has finished all ...
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Zambia Reports
Chikopa Tribunal Seems Untouchable - Defence Lawyers
Zambia Reports
The lawyers have expressed displeasure with the seemingly untouchable status the tribunal has given itself as it is headed by retired Malawian Chief Justice Lovemore Chikopa. One of the controversial rule relates to the fact that decisions or rulings ...
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Zambia Reports


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