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Thursday, 6 June 2013

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Government Warns Against Defying Call for Price Reduction
AllAfrica.com
It said government further called on the Consumers Association of Malawi (CAMA) to come out as vocal and vehement against the companies as it was against government during the negative effects of the Kwacha depreciation. "It would be naïve for the able ...
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Malawi coach bracing for tight finish in World Cup qualifying
Nyasa Times
Malawi head coach Edington Ng'onamo believes the qualification for 2014 World Cup will go to the wire. He said after Malawi was held to a frustrating 0-0 draw by Namibia, opening the way for Nigeria to establish a two-point lead atop Group F after four ...
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Malawi Winning Fight Against Winning Drug Resistant TB
AllAfrica.com
Lilongwe — Despite obstacles, the National Tuberculosis Control Programme (NTP) is slowly winning the fight against multi-drug resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB). In an interview with Mana, the officer responsible for MDR-TB at the NTP secretariat in ...
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Malawi Signs $600m Energy Pact With China
Ventures Africa
VENTURES AFRICA – Malawi and China have signed two energy deals that would facilitate enhanced generation of electricity power totaling $667.233 million. The first deal involves a transmission line project that would see Chinese company, TBEA, ...
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Ventures Africa
Malawi trip kids in Square send - off
Glasgow Evening Times
Dedicated teenagers of Holyrood Secondary leave tomorrow to carry out charity work in Africa and just before they left Bailie James Scanlon held a reception for them at the City Chambers. Now in it's eighth year, the Holyrood and Malawi Partnership has ...
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Mabvuto Jobani: Tanzania dismisses Malawi's claims over deployment of ships ...
The Maravi Post
Harrison-mwakyembe LILONGWE (Mabvutojobani) -- Tanzania has dismissed Malawi's protests against the alleged deployment of two ships on Lake Malawi saying that the vessels are meant for Lake Nyasa and not in the disputed territory of the lake. Malawi ...
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Malawi ministerial absenteeism in Parliament queried
Nyasa Times
A chronic ministerial absenteeism in Malawi parliament ruffled some feathers in the National Assembly after an opposition lawmaker raised the issue. Nkhata Bay Central parliamentarian Symon Vuwa Kaunda rising on a point of order queried why there is a ...
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Nyasa Times
Blantyre vendors clash with Malawi police, city council: Operation Dongosolo
Nyasa Times
There was a fierce free-for-all battle in Blantyre as police officers and security personnel from the Blantyre City Council (BCC) tried to clear vendors out of the streets. The fight has since resulted in the city council and police temporarily ...
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Nyasa Times
Does University of Malawi need a 4-year degree?
The Maravi Post
It takes four years for the University of Malawi (Unima) to graduate one student. And it takes a lot of money and thousands of man hours for Unima to produce a graduate. Time, real or fake, can be used to explain why four years is enough to equip a ...
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Bullets drawn oto face winners of Silver/Epac in Malawi Presidential Cup
Nyasa Times
The battle line has been drawn in the prestigious Presidential Cup following the last-16 draw at Chiwembe Technical Centre in the commercial city of Malawi, Blantyre. The mouthwatering draw, which was led by Football Association of Malawi (FAM) ...
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Nyasa Times
WAPC condemns assault on journalist by security officer
IPPmedia
Conybeare appealed to Malawi National Assembly Speaker H. Chimunthu Banda "to take steps aimed at getting redress on behalf of the injured journalist and to guarantee that the safety, security and right of access to governmnent information by ...
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IPPmedia
Agenda: We can enrich the world by helping Africa's smallholder farmers
Herald Scotland
I recently returned from field trips to Swaziland and Malawi that confirmed the potential of African farming. I think of Boniface in Swaziland who has a huge mound of maize, fine rows of tomatoes, spinach, cabbages and carrots, and who carefully ...
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