Nyasa Times

It is no secret that Dr Joyce Banda (PP), Dr Lazarus Chakwera (MCP), Professor Peter Mutharika(DPP) and Mr. Atupele Muluzi (UDF) a...
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Presidential aspirant for Chipani Cha Pfuko Davis Chester Katsonga, has proposed that next parliament should remove the immunity f...
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When I started hearing about President Joyce Banda constructing houses for the poor, I got confused bearing in mind that it could ...
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Ronald Mtonga of the Council for Non Governmental Organisations (Congoma) has said the civil society organisations (CSOs) have let...
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Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) has warned that it will suspend all phone-in programmes during the elections pe...
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Malawi Nation

Manowood Cinema, a movie promotion company, has announced the postponement of the tour by Nollywood stars who were scheduled to grace the opening of t...
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There are two different kinds of musicians: Those that can play an instrument and those that cannot. Mada Ngoleka belongs to the former. What sets apa...
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Skeffa Chimoto and the Real Sounds Band will perform at the launch of Chibuku Road to Fame music competition at BAT Ground in Blantyre tomorrow. The M...
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Good people, welcome back to work. Where I come from, Easter is always momentous that you cannot recount how you spent yours without getting better co...
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Joshua Kambwiri Broadcaster There are some people who, no matter the circumstances, their contributions in society cannot be forgotten or erased. Like...
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Malawi Daily Times

South Korean divers swam though dark, cold waters into a sunken ferry on Wednesday, feeling for children’s bodies with their hands in a maze of cabins, corridors and upturned decks as they searched for hundreds of missing. The divers, with oxygen and communications lines trailing, can only see a few inches in front of them in the wreckage of the ship that started sinking a week ago after a sharp turn. Most of the victims were high school children, who were told to stay where they were for their own safety. And most of the bodies found in the last two days had broken fingers, presumably from th...
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Nigeria has awarded most of its long-term oil contracts worth an estimated $40 billion (23 billion pounds) a year to local companies, according to a confidential list seen by Reuters, meaning global traders need to partner with them to access crude from Africa’s top producer. Global commodity traders, refiners and Nigerian dealers jockey at an annual tender for access to the OPEC member’s prized crude oil, which is easy to refine and produces more high-value fuels. The contracts cover around 340 million barrels of oil, worth close to $40 billion annually based on current Brent prices, and run ...
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Rwandan President Paul Kagame said on Tuesday it was too early to say whether he will seek a third term as head of the east African state, adding “whatever will happen, we’ll have an explanation.” Articles in pro-government newspapers in recent years have raised the prospect of him staying on after his mandate expires in 2017, a move that would anger his critics and require a change to the constitution. “I have been asked when or whether I am going to leave office right from the time when I started. It is as if I am here just to leave. I’m here to do business on behalf of Rwandans,” Kagame tol...
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Copyright Society of Malawi (Cosoma) has called on the general public to resist from buying pirated film CDs/DVDs saying such malpractices were reaping artists. The copyright body made the call ahead of the World Intellectual Property Day which is observed annually on 26th April which is this Saturday and this year is under the theme Movies – A Global Passion. “We would like to take this opportunity on this special day to call on the public to avoid buying pirated film productions. Piracy has calamitous impact on national economies including loss of employment, loss of revenue by the governmen...
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ZBS News

It remains uncertain if all Malawi’s development partners will make substantial budget commitment for the 2014/15 financial year, about a month befo...
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The Electoral Commission in Malawi has postponed local government elections in two wards following the death of candidates.
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FDH Bank, one of the few locally owned commercial banks in Malawi has predicted further growth in its business despite operating in a “more volatil...
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Malawi Voice

For long, the Peter Mutharika family question has been under controversy. While Mutharika has argued that he was once married and his wife died leavin...
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Some members of the Muslim Association (MAM) from the Central Region calling themselves concerned Malawians have penned a Blantyre based multi-billion...
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As the second phase of voter verification is underway in the various parts of the country, a lot of people in Mzimba have complained over their names ...
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