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PAC Wants Mutharika to Declare Assets The Public Affairs Committee (PAC) says President Peter Mutharika and other senior public officers should hasten to declare their assets now that a Director of Public Officer’s Declaration has been hired.
Tukula First Head of Assets Declaration Directorate Parliament has finally hired private practice lawyer Christopher Tukula as Malawi’s first Director of the Office of Directorate of Public Assets Declaration.
Vocal Kabwila on Mutharika’s Chartered Jet Fancy this, President Peter Mutharika gave vocal opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) official spokesperson Dr. Jessie Kabwila a lift on a chartered jet from the just ended SADC summit in Zimbabwe Tuesday.
Woman Dead on Operating Table in Backstreet Clinic In the lake shore district of Mangochi in Malawi, police has nabbed a ‘clinician’ in whose unlicensed clinic a patient died while under the knife.

Communities Fear Drinking Contaminated Water

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MZIMBA: Communities around Kanyika niobium mine in Malawi’s northern ‘region district of Mzimba are shunning...

Vanani Nyirenda | Thursday, 21 August 2014

Police Arrest Dad for Alleged Incest of Daughter,

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NSANJE: A mother of a three-year-old girl in Malawi’s southern most district of Nsanje has reported her est...

Alfred Guta | Thursday, 21 August 2014

Puma Offers Fuel for Irrigation Farming

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BLANTYRE: Fuel dealer Puma will this season make available over a million Kwacha worth of fuel to at least s...

Pilirani Tambala | Thursday, 21 August 2014

MV llala II at 66: “Still Going Strong”

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MZUZU: She was built 66-years ago when she first set sail on Lake Malawi but despite recent persistent break...

Steve Zimba | Monday, 18 August 2014

Colliding Policies Choke Youth Reproductive Health

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MULANJE: While the youth policy in Malawi promotes the provision of contraceptives including condoms to adol...

Hastings Jimani | Sunday, 17 August 2014

Water Woes Hit Mzuzu Central Hospital

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MZUZU: The sole referral public hospital in Malawi’s northern region city of Mzuzu has been hit by a water s...

Steve Zimba | Friday, 15 August 2014

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Malawi Traditional Leaders More Trustworthy-Study

Results of an Afrobarometer round six research on the perception of democracy has shown that majority of Malawians trust the performance of traditional leaders more than members of parliament as their leaders.

 

Mw Soldiers Protest UN Delays in Remittance of DRC Perks

Fresh from a six-months peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo-DRC, Malawi Defense Force soldiers are making public their protests over the fact that they are yet to be paid their perks which are supposed to be remitted by the United Nations-UN.

   
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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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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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Big Bullets Clinch Carlsberg Cup

Big Bullets on Sunday humbled underdogs Zomba United 2 - 0 to clinch the Carlsberg Cup. This is Bullets' first cup game victory since 2012.

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Flames Through to Afcon Group Stages

The Malawi national soccer team, the Flames, have qualified to the group stages of the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) after beating Benin 4 - 3 in a penalty shootout.

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Robin Williams Had Parkinson's Disease

Robin Williams was in the early stages of Parkinson's disease before his death, his widow has said.

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Robin Williams Dead; Family, Friends and Fans are 'Totally Devastated'

Robin Williams -- who first made America laugh and eventually touched "every element of the human spirit" in a remarkable range of performances -- died at his Northern California home Monday.

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With Apple's $3 billion acquisition of Beats Electronics, Dr. Dre is set to become the richest man in hip hop--and he's in good company.

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