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Friday, 24 May 2013

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Malawi's Capital Radio Upgrades
Radio World
BLANTRYE, Malawi — Privately owned FM radio station Capital Radio is upgrading its studios. Kondwani Kalambule, head of the station's technical department, explains that the project began in the on-air studio where the station installed a modular ...
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Why Are People in Malawi So Hungry?
The Atlantic
Maxwell Nkosi and his wife Mcuzi sit across from me on a wooden bench outside their tiny mud brick house in Pende, a village in the southern region of Malawi. Seated between them are two of their six children, small girls wiggling quietly while the ...
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Malawi to stick with 'painful medication' to recover, says Finance Minister in ...
Nyasa Times
Malawi's Minister of Finance, Ken Lipenga, on Friday presented the 2013/14 budget statement to Parliament on in the capital Lilongwe, saying the the financial plan will continue with measures that will heal and recover the country's economy.
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Malawi MPs decry not being given enough time to debate President's speech
Nyasa Times
Members of Parliament may be given extra time to debate President Dr Joyce Banda's state of the nation address after the opposition benches complained they were not given enough time to make their contributions. Rising on a point of order member of ...
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Nyasa Times
Court orders Malawi 'varsity students to vacate Chanco campus by Saturday ...
Nyasa Times
The High Court in Blantyre on Friday vacated the injunction obtained by Chancellor College and Polytechnic students against the closure of the two colleges and ordered the students to vacate the campuses by 4:00pm on Saturday May 25th, 2013. Students ...
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JB leaves for Addis with message of hope: Malawi leader to address AU summit
Nyasa Times
"Africa is plagued by wars, disease and abject poverty. I am taking to AU a message of hope that the sorry situation can be reversed; we have seen it here in Malawi that we've persevered and survived a year of misery and hopelessness but we are now ...
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Nyasa Times
The Sparkling Waters of Lake Malawi
Herald de Paris
After 24 hours on a bus we were all a bit tired, cranky, and hot, but the moment we saw Norman Carr Cottage and the dancing waters of Lake Malawi out front we took a deep breath and the whole world changed. We instantly knew we were going to love it ...
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Stars in town
The Star
Tanzanian-based duo of midfielder Humphrey Mieno and defender Joakins Atudo became the first foreign- based players to join the national soccer team, Harambee stars camp ahead of the twin World Cup qualifying matches against Nigeria and Malawi ...
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AfDB and Malawi Sign Budget Support and Hydroelectric Feasibility Study Grants
EIN News (press release)
TUNIS-BELVEDERE, Tunisia, 23 May 2013 / PRNewswire Africa / - The African Development Bank and the Government of Malawi (GoM) signed two grants amounting to UA 6 million (about US $9 million) on May 23, for budgetary support and a Hydroelectric ...
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Authorities fail to cope with border queues
Zoutnet
Travellers from countries such as Zimbabwe, Malawi, DRC, Tanzania and Zambia are the worst affected. Long winding queues have become a common sight at the South African side of the border. Travellers told Limpopo Mirror that passing through the Beit ...
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Daimler to develop India ops as export hub
Times of India
Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV), its truck and bus making Indian subsidiary, will export locally assembled trucks from the conglomerate's Mitsubishi Fuso range in 15 markets in Asia and Africa like Indonesia , Thailand, Malaysia, Tanzania ...
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Research and Markets: African Energy Atlas 2013
Fort Mills Times
... 60 maps and charts drawn and updated with expert care by journalist cartographer David Burles, additions for 2013 include maps showing Asian investment in Africa, and oil and gas maps focused on Mozambique, Madagascar, and Zambia and Malawi.
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FLYING DOWN TO LIMA
Ottawa Citizen (blog)
Malawi and Niger, along with eight other very poor African and Asian countries were part of this "restructuring and streamlining", announced in 2009 as a way to bring greater geographic "focus" and therefore greater effectiveness to Canada's aid program.
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