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Rail Construction Co. Coughs K140m for CSR Portuguese conglomerate Mota-engil has announced a $350,000 (approximately K140m) package in corporate social responsibilities (CSR's) to improve lives of communities in five districts where is in working in Malawi.
African Union Supporting War Against Ebola in West Africa ADDIS ABABA: The African Union is sending a team of health workers and other specialists to tackle the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak in West Africa under its operation AU Support to Ebola Outbreak in West Africa (ASEOWA).
TCC Acknowledges 2014 Tobacco Sales Poor Malawi tobacco industry regulator, the Tobacco Control Commission – TCC has acknowledged that the just-ended 2014 tobacco sales were dogged with many challenges, the majority of which bordered on poor prices offered for the leaf.
New Labour Party Dissolved: ‘I'm a DPP Supporter’ — Jumbe Friday Jumbe has today announced the dissolution of the three year old New Labor Party, NLP, for which he has been president.

Lutheran Bishop Takes on Government on basic Provi

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MACHINGA: A Lutheran bishop in Malawi has asked the government to address problems of portable water supply ...

Online Journalist | Tuesday, 9 September 2014

MGH Teachers Hold Exam Results over Unpaid Allowan

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MACHINGA: Learners at two public primary schools in Machinga district are yet to get results for examination...

Online Journalist | Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Mw Smallholder Farmers not Using Modern Agricultur

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MZIMBA: Lack of knowledge and employment of new technologies in agriculture among smallholder farmers is sai...

Vanani Nyirenda | Tuesday, 9 September 2014

MEC Admits Failure in Providing for the Blind

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MULANJE: The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has admitted its failure to provide adequate brail tablets du...

Hastings Jimani | Monday, 8 September 2014

Three Girls Off to Chinese ‘Vasities on ZBS Initia

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LILONGWE: Just before boarding her first ever flight Byenala Kaonga had something to say.

Tadala Kaledzera | Thursday, 4 September 2014

Stakeholders Speak Againts Control Managers

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MZIMBA : Electoral stake holders in Malawi's northern district of Mzimba have asked the Malawi Electoral Com...

Vanani Nyirenda | Thursday, 4 September 2014

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APM Out to United Nations General Assembly

President Peter Mutharika is in New York to attend the 69th United Nations General Assembly whose main agenda will be to review progress on 2015 Millennium Development Goals.

 

10 Arrested in Free-forAll Land Grabbing, Released On Bail

Ten people who were arrested in a free-for-all land grabbing that erupted on Saturday with some residents of Kawale inviting unsuspecting people to buy public land belonging to the Malawi National Council of Sports, have been temporarily let free.

   
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LWB Demands OK for 50% Tariff Hike

Residents in the Malawi capital, Lilongwe would have to dig deeper into their pockets to access basic water services if government nods to a 50 percent tariff rise proposal by their water board.

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Govt Owe Companies Over K 70 Bn

Treasury is expected to cough over K 70 billion this financial year alone servicing company payment-arrears accumulated during the previous financial year.

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K 24 Billion Required for Road Projects

At least K 16 billion is needed for the construction of  a 38 kilometer Chiringa - Muloza border road,  the Roads Authority has estimated.

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Africa Must Applaud Zimbabweans for their Relentless Courage

In an interesting turn of events the new chair of the South African Developing Communities (SADC) is Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe. The ninety year old President takes over the rotating chair from...

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AU Officials Discuss Fast Tracking Africa Mining Vision

ANGOLA:  In preparation for the first Bureau Meeting of the third African Union Conference of Ministers Responsible for Mineral Resources Development (CAMRMRD) to be held on 13 August 2014, Senior Officials...

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A Precarious United Front by African Leaders

The first week of August 2014 saw more than 40 African head of states flocking to the USA to engage with President Obama on trade issues.  The initiative had its pros and cons but of interest to me...

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Flames Poorly Received in Mali

BAMAKO: The Malawi National Soccer Team, the Flames, arrived Wednesday in Mali for an African Cup of Nations qualifiers encounter amid complaints of poor reception by the hosts.

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Gyan Protect the Goal Lead Celebrity to Watch Standard Bank Game

UNAIDS Country Director says the coming of Ghana National Football Team Captain Asamoah Gyan to Malawi this Thursday will invigorate Malawi’s fight against HIV and AIDS.

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Zambia U20 Edge Malawi in African Youth Championship Qualifier

The Zambia U20 men's football team took a giant step towards qualification to the 2015 Senegal African Youth Championship following a 2 - 1 victory over Malawi in the first leg of the third qualification...

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Family Brain Showdown

Zodiak TV is set to host The Family Brain Showdown; this is a game show that puts one family against another in a contest to find the Family that is smartest.

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Venue Found for Big Brother Africa After Fire Destroys House

A new venue has been found to host Big Brother...

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2014 Big Brother Africa Cancelled Due to Fire at BBA House

The 2014 Big Brother Africa - Hot Shots reality TV show has been postponed indefinitely after a fire outbreak at the BBA house in South Africa on Tuesday.

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