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Friday, 7 June 2013

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Government Ponders Phasing Out Relief Food Distribution
AllAfrica.com
In May last year, government in collaboration with the World Food Programme (WFP) started distributing relief food to food insecure households affected by hunger following the release of a report by the Malawi Vulnerability Assessment (MVAC) indicating ...
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Malawi's Rapid Population Growth Blamed On Retrogressive Cultures, Beliefs
AllAfrica.com
Chitipa — Chiefs in Chitipa District say efforts to control Malawi's rapid population growth will not bear fruits unless cultural beliefs and practices that encourage families to have many children are refined or scraped off. The chiefs made the ...
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Mw, Tz Exhibition Starts On a High Note
AllAfrica.com
Lilongwe — Random interviews that Malawi News Agency (Mana) conducted with participants of 2013 Malawi- Tanzania trade fair have revealed to be promising as compared to last year's fair as more customers are coming to view as well as buy the ...
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Malawi Signs Multimillion Kwacha Energy Deals With Chinese Company
AllAfrica.com
Lilongwe — The Malawi government and TBEA Company of China on Monday signed a contract agreement to construct additional and upgrade power transmission lines in the country. This is said to reduce saturated power transmission system and facilitate ...
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Kawonga Transfer Saga Takes New Twist
AllAfrica.com
Mzuzu — Super League of Malawi (Sulom) has told Mzuzu United to first sort out affiliation fee before the body can hear the transfer wrangle case of Chawanangwa Kawonga from Civo Service United to Silver Strikers. Mzuzu United Secretary General ...
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Mzuni Says Development of Choma Site Still Priority
AllAfrica.com
In an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana), Ridley said while the institution is currently absorbed in catching up and stabilizing the academic calendar which was plagued over the years by frequent shut downs and shifting of academic calendars due ...
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Musicians Cry Foul Over Absence of Cosoma Board
AllAfrica.com
In an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana), Music Association of Malawi President, Rev. Chimwemwe Mhango said the absence of the Board Committee at Cosoma is a disgrace to the nation, saying it is fueling piracy a thing which renders musicians in ...
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2013-2014 Budget Not for the Tourism Industry
AllAfrica.com
Sunbird Hotels and Resorts Director of Finance, Patrick Lisilira told the Malawi News Agency (Mana) in an interview on Wednesday that the industry has huge unlocked potential only that the government is not doing enough to attract new investors in the ...
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Malawi engages international legal experts in drafting mining deals
Nyasa Times
The Government of Malawi has engaged foreign legal expertise to assist the Ministry of Mining in the drafting and subsequent negotiations of the niobium project in Kanyika in Mzimba. The experts, led by Mark Goodrich from the International Senior ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi Government considers phasing out relief food distribution
amalawi info
Blantyre — Malawi government and other stakeholders are currently undertaking a vulnerability assessment exercise to determine the state of household food insecurity as it considers to phase out the targeted food distribution to hunger stricken ...
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MBTS Opens a Satellite Centre in Balaka
AllAfrica.com
Balaka — The Malawi Blood Transfusion Service (MBTS) Monday inaugurated its satellite depot at Balaka's central business district in its quest to localize and widen the blood collecting campaign. MBTS Public Relations Officer, Allen Kaombe confirmed ...
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Malawi Speaker outlaws use of personal electronic gadgets in House
The Maravi Post
MZUZU (MaraPost) -- Malawi National Assembly speaker Henry Chimunthu Banda has ruled against the use of laptops and any other electronic gadgets during deliberations in the house saying it's a destruction. On Wednesday Kasungu West Member of ...
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Malawi's New border control system constantly crushes
amalawi info
Blantyre, Malawi: The new border control system which was launched by President Dr. Joyce Banda at Chileka International Airport in Blantyre is constantly crushing. Some travelers have expressed concern over its ineffectiveness as the new system is too ...
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Malawi to crack the whip on businesses refusing to cut prices
The Maravi Post
Moses-Kunkuyu BLANTYRE (MaraPost) — Pres. Joyce Banda's administration has warned companies in the country against continued defiance to calls for price reduction of goods and services following the stabilization of the local currency. "Government ...
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Malawi's ex-spy chief Kutsaira ditches DPP for MCP
The Maravi Post
Binton Kutsaira MZUZU (MaraPost) -- Former head of National Intelligence Service (NIS) Bintony Kutsaira has dumped the former ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and has returned to Malawi Congress Party (MCP). Kutsaira confirmed the ...
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Malawi Presidential Cup: Bullets FC to play winners of Silver-Epac match
The Maravi Post
Gomezgani-ZakaZaka BLANTYRE (MaraPost) — The remaining round of 16 qualification matches between Tigers and Chanco and Silver Strikers and Epac FC will be played this weekend in Zomba and Lilongwe respectively, Football Association of Malawi ...
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Packaging Industries Malawi launches environment educational cartoon movie
Nyasa Times
Packaging Industries Malawi Limited on Thursday 6th June put up a unique environment education campaign aimed at imparting teaching school children the dangers of deforestation. The event which took place at Nkolokoti Primary School was the first of ...
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Tanzania cautious on Mary Waya's Malawi netball role
Nyasa Times
Netball Association of Malawi's move to appoint Tanzania national team expatriate head coach Mary Waya has made it to be cautious on her role for Malawi Queens for Africa Netball Championship scheduled for June 24-29. Waya is on a two-month vacation ...
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Reserve Bank of Malawi cancels Treasury Bills auction
Nyasa Times
The money market experienced an unusual occurrence this week as the Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) cancelled auction on treasury bills. This happened at the auction held on June 4 in what the central bank described as a result of overpricing of most bids ...
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Nyasa Times
Marauding elephant kills Malawi game ranger, 2 others in Zomba
Nyasa Times
An elephant, which escaped from Liwonde national park in Malawi's Eastern district of Machinga and caused devastation in Zomba on Wednesday and Thursday, attacked and killed three people, among them a 34-year-old game ranger, Fredrick Galimoto.
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Nyasa Times
London firms pull together to bring vital healthcare to Malawi
African Business Review
Spitalfields market will be transformed on the evening of 11th September 2013 when 100 teams making up 2,000 rowers will row one million metres in The Big Row. This major City event is raising money for the Chauncy Maples Malawi Trust , a charity ...
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Kenya's goalkeeper Arnold Origi ruled out of Malawi clash
The Maravi Post
Arnold-origi BLANTYRE (MaraPost) — Kenya's Harambee Stars first choice goalkeeper Arnold Origi has been ruled out of next Wednesday's penultimate Group 'F' World Cup qualifier against Malawi through injury. The Norwegian-based hot stopper, who ...
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JB Foundation donates to medical items to Malawi's Queen Elizabeth Central ...
Nyasa Times
Joyce Banda Foundation International on Friday donated medical items worth millions of kwachas to Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in the commercial capital Blantyre. The items were presented by the managing director of the foundation Edith Akridge at ...
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Cama 'second round' of public demonstrations on July 17
The Maravi Post
BLANTYRE (MaraPost)—While the government of Malawi is threatening to punish retailers that will not effect price reduction following the recent appreciation of the Kwacha, the Consumers Association of Malawi (Cama) announced Thursday that it would ...
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The Maravi Post
Chikaonda, TNM board get 125% pay hike as subscribers soar
Nyasa Times
Professor Mathews Chikaonda, as Board Chairman of Telekom Networks Malawi (TNM), and non-Executive Directors have awarded themselves 125 remuneration hikes, which has been approved with reservations by shareholders at the company's annual ...
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Nyasa Times


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