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Saturday, 1 June 2013

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Malawi Queens to play two-Test series in Fiji
Fiji Times
THE national netball team will play a two-Test netball series against the Malawi Queens in Fiji in early November. Malawi is ranked fifth in the world, two places above Fiji. Netball Fiji president Wainikiti Bogidrau said playing against a higher ...
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South Korea Denies It Agreed To Import 100000 Migrant Workers From Malawi
International Business Times
The government of South Korea has denied media reports that it agreed to enter into a pact with the East Arica country of Malawi to allow up to 100,000 people to work in the Asian economic powerhouse. "Our government has not received any official ...
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Malawian journalist beaten by security officer at parliament
The Maravi Post
MZUZU (MaraPost)—Former President of the Malawi Law Society (MLS), John Gift Mwakhwawa, has said the law should be allowed to take its course and prosecute a National Assembly senior security officer for beating up reporter at parliament premises.
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Journalists shot, attacked in Malawi, S Africa, Zambia
Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (blog)
JOURNALISTS in Malawi, South Africa, and Zambia were beaten up, shot, and assaulted by security forces in separate incidents this past week, according a report by the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA). A nongovernment organization focused on ...
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South Korea denies labour deal with Malawi: 'No official request'
Nyasa Times
South Korea's government has denied that it agreed with the Malawian government to receive as many tens of thousands of jobless youths to work in the Asian nation's factories and farms. The Malawi Labour Minister Eunice Makangala told Parliament that ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi: President Banda Arrives in Japan for Conference On African Development
Yokohama — President Dr. Joyce Banda on Thursday arrived in Tokyo, Japan to attend a three-day Fifth Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) under the theme "Hand in Hand with a Dynamic Africa" officially opening on Saturday, ...
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