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Southern Africa: SADC Member States Given a Wakeup Call
Southern African Development Community member states have been given a wakeup call to start putting into action resolutions and agreements reached upon in various meetings and workshops.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Tanzania: Dar, Lilongwe Set Up Customs Centre
TANZANIA and Malawi have signed an agreement for the establishment of a single customs and immigration centre at the Songwe-Kasumulu border, aimed at boosting trade and cementing bilateral relations between the two countries.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Southern Africa: Chiume Calls for SADC New Economic Innovative Ways
Southern Africa Development Community needs to find innovative ways of subduing the adverse effects on its economies due to the slump in the global economy.
Malawi: Malawi On HLDC for Its Development
Malawi has the High Level National Council to be conducting National Dialogue on "Malawi at 50 and prospects for the next 50 years" to help in the development of the country through the fundamental pillars of national development.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Malawi: Govt Condemns Negligence, Poor Performance in the Civil Service
Government has Thursday challenged relevant quarters in implementation of policies and acts that would foster discipline among negligent and poor under performing civil servants.
Southern Africa: SADC to Work Towards Ensuring Peace and Security Within the Region
The Southern African Development Community organ on defense and security affairs has said it will continue to work towards ensuring that the region continues to enjoy peace and stability.
Malawi: Govt Commended for Implementing the Dar es Salaam Declaration On Food Security
Malawi has been commended on its efforts put in place in addressing food security at the national and household level and implementing the Dar-es-Salaam Declaration on food security.
Malawi: Women Say 50-50 Gender Target Within Grasp
Malawian women say the long fought for 50-50 gender campaign is now within grasp arguing they only need support to attain it.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Malawi: From child bride to sex worker
A girl stands next to her sugarcane stall in Dowa outside Lilongwe, April 20,2007.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Japanese Contributions Help Vulnerable Malawian Families As Well As Refugees
Lilongwe - The Government of Japan has renewed its commitment to the United Nations World Food Programme , contributing a total of US$2.1 million in support of the most food-insecure and vulnerable people in Malawi, including refugees.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
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LILONGWE, the capital of Malawi, is a sleepy place. The population is less than 800,000.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Malawi Airlines introduces Dar es Salaam link from Lilongwe
Malawi Airlines , which in the previous week added Lusaka to its Lilongwe offering , continued to expand its presence in Africa, with a new service from its Lilongwe base in Malawi to Dar es Salaam in Tanzania on 18 February.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Malawi: NGOs Develops Civil Society Charter to Tackle HIV and TB
On 13 February, civil society organisations and partners met in Malawi met to develop a civil society priorities charter in the response to HIV and TB.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Malawi: LWB to Plant 25000 Trees
Lilongwe Water Board will over the weekend plant 25, 000 trees as a way of controlling soil degradation which greatly affected its Kamuzu 1 and 2 dams.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Ethiopian Increases London Summer Schedule from Six Weekly flights to Daily Service
Ethiopian Airlines, the fastest growing and most profitable African airline, is pleased to announce the start of daily flights to London starting from July 8, 2014.
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Maternal death auditing is widely used to ascertain in-depth information on the clinical, social, cultural, and other contributing factors that result in a maternal death.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Malawi Airlines jets off to Lusaka from Lilongwe
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Malawi: Malawi to Have 75 Days Fuel Reserve Cover - President Banda
President Dr Joyce Banda has announced that following the completion of the construction of fuel reservoirs in the three major cities, the country will be having fuel surplus that will be lasting for 75 days.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Malawi: Malawian Airlines Receives Another Aircraft
Lilongwe, 15 February: Malawian Airlines Limited will, on Sunday, February 16, receive its second and biggest aircraft from Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737-800.