Nyasa Times

Malawi’s President Joyce Banda is campaigning ahead of next month’s elections to extend her term of office. But many believe that ...
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Mighty Wanderers dream to sign Epac FC captain Tsanzo Dalio have been shuttered following the team’s failure to break the bank and...
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A General Surgeon at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH), Dr Luwano Kalongolera has said it is a known fact that in Africa, Ma...
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It is us, the educated, the rich, the well travelled, the experienced, the authority, the lucky that are betraying our fellow citi...
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Business came to a standstill on Thursday afternoon in Zomba when Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Profes...
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Malawi Nation

Speaker of Parliament Henry Chimunthu Banda and his Clerk-turned nemesis on Wednesday met for the first time since May 2012, this time bound together ...
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Gangling forward Russell Mwafulirwa is set to relaunch his career at his former club, Silver Strikers, after being plagued by injuries that reduced hi...
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Nico Asset Managers Limited, a Blantyre-based investment advisory firm, has warned that the kwacha will depreciate in the medium to long-term due to d...
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Project executive for the Hanan Guoji Dream Town Yankho Somanje says the company has completed several houses which are ready for sampling by customer...
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Malawi won three out of their eight games on the first day at the Zone VI Golf Tournament in Cape Town, South Africa on Tuesday. According to a statem...
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Malawi Daily Times

North Korean officials paid a visit to a London hair salon to question why it had used their leader Kim Jong-un’s picture in a poster offering haircuts. The poster in M&M Hair Academy in South Ealing featured the words “Bad Hair Day?” below the leader’s picture. Barber Karim Nabbach said embassy officials were shown the door and the salon’s manager spoke to the police. The Met Police said: “We have spoken to all parties involved and no offence has been disclosed.” The salon put up the poster on 9 April and the next day two men claiming to be officials from the North Korean embassy visited the ...
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Around 100 girls are thought to have been abducted in an attack on a school in north-east Nigeria, officials say. Gunmen reportedly arrived at the school in Chibok, Borno state, late last night, and ordered the hostel’s teenage residents on to lorries. The attackers are believed to be from the Islamist group, Boko Haram, whose militants frequently target schools. On Monday, bombings blamed on the group killed more than 70 people in the capital, Abuja. Boko Haram, whose name means “Western education is forbidden” in the local Hausa language, has been waging an armed campaign for an Islamic stat...
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Confederation of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) has annoucned new dates and hosts for the 2014 Senior Cahllneg Cup. Initially, Cosafa announced that the tournament would be played this month but changed that the competition would be staged after the Brazil World Cup from September 13 to 28. Cosafa has also announced that Botswana would now host the competition which was initially set to take place in Zimbabwe who pulled out. Football Association of Malawi has already confirmed the Flames participation in the tournament before the April 25 deadline. Malawi is among the seven Sou...
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Musicians Union of Malawi (Mum) has hailed Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) for its decision to bring back the Entertainers of the Year. The popular MBC Entertainers of the Year event was a big thing in the past years and used to reward different personalities before it died a natural death. However, the state broadcaster announced that the event is back following a function the state broadcaster organised recently where its management recognised outstanding members of staff. The state broadcaster under MBC Staff Excellence Awards recognised outstanding performers amongst staff members. “...
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ZBS News

First Merchant Bank, one of the few locally owned commercial banks in Malawi has predicted further growth in its business despite operating in a “m...
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Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has urged supporters of his party to desist from violence...
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The United Democratic Front – UDF – says it is working on measures to ensure that it creates 500 thousand new jobs in the next five years if it is e...
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Malawi Voice

The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika on Thursday drove around Zomba and really got it shaken. The blue sea was floo...
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The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has condemned an attack on him by the Deputy Commissioner of Malawi ...
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Malawi’s President Joyce Hilda Mtila Banda has allowed the country’s most wanted but most protected suspect, Paul Mphwiyo to flee the country and go i...
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