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Tuesday, 14 May 2013

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HKB, founding Malawi president, mysterious man: A Lesson from Shadreck ...
The Maravi Post
May 14 was the official birthday of Kamuzu Banda, Malawi first president, who died in 1997. Some say he was born in 1898, others say 1902, others still say 1906. Old timers, especially those that experienced the wrath of Malawi founding president ...
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The Maravi Post
Malawi investors unmoved by dropping yield rates on money market
Nyasa Times
Despite a drop in yield rates for treasury bills (TB) from 40 percent to around 33 percent investors are still flocking to the money market as witnessed on TB auction of May 07, 2013 which was oversubscribed by 6 times. The auction resulted in ...
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Nyasa Times
Lipenga blissful with turnaround - The BNL Times
The Times Group (blog)
Finance Minister, Ken Lipenga, has expressed pleasure at the turnaround in the Malawi economy, saying what is even more, exciting is that investor confidence was returning into the country. Lipenga said apart from positives developments in the exchange ...
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Illovo raises dividends at Africa units
BDlive
ILLOVO Sugar, Africa's biggest sugar producer, is paying out increased interim dividends at its Malawi and Zambian units, where the group made 33% and 39% of its operating profit in the 2012 financial year. The group is focusing on its operations in ...
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Flames, Zimbabwe game on
The Maravi Post
LILONGWE (MaraPost)--Football Association of Malawi (Fam) has cleared the cloud of uncertainty regarding the international friendly match between Malawi's Flames and Zimbabwe's Warriors, stating the game is on. Addressing a press conference in ...
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