Central, Malawi Newswire

Central, Malawi Newswire

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  1. Saleh to lecture graduates on wealthRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | New Vision

    General Salim Saleh is among the key speakers during this year's 10th graduation ceremony for Makerere University Business School . A total of 1182 students among which are 52 luzira inmates are graduating with postgraduate, undergraduate diplomas and certificates in various disciplines on 29 May, 2015 at MUBS playground.

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  2. East Africa nutrition report to be launched...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | New Vision

    The Global Nutrition Report East Africa launch is slated on Friday in the Tanzanian coastal city of Dar es Salaam. The regional launch of the report follows the global launch that was held in November last year at the Second International Conference on Nutrition in Rome.

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  3. Ministry, farmers clash over production volumesRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    Kampala- Farmers dig their own graves each time they produce more than the market can consume, a government technocrat has said. According to the commissioner for agricultural planning at the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries, Mr Samuel Ssemanda, it is a mistake for farmers to produce more with a view that they will cash in more than they previously did.

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  4. Construction firm sues UN over sh2.7bn lossRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | New Vision

    A construction firm, Kwik Building Contractors and Engineering Ltd, has dragged the United Nations to court for breach of contract, resulting into a sh2.7b loss. The firm alleges that UN in 2012 awarded it a contract to construct its regional offices at its service centre in Entebbe Municipality at US$ 3.8m , but it cancelled the contract before they could complete the construction of the offices.

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  5. KCCA Leopards start Inter Cities with a winRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | New Vision

    KCCA Leopards Peace Proscovia beats A-1 Challenges Vickie Ondiso during an Airtel Basketball League match at Lugogo, May 15 2015. She scored 20 points as Kampala beat Dar-es-salam 76-61.

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  6. Nakivubo Stadium in trouble with URARead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New Vision

    By Mary Karugaba One problem after another! This is what Nakivubo War Memorial Stadium management seems to be going through. A day after MPs halted the redevelopment of the stadium, Uganda Revenue Authority has also threatened to close down the premises over nonpayment VAT and PAYE arrears amounting to over sh500m.

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  7. Dilapidated ferry docking site worries Kalangala travellersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Monitor

    Entebbe. Travellers to and from Kalangala District who use MV Kalangala ferry have asked the Works ministry to repair the pier at Nakiwogo landing site immediately to avert possible accidents.

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  8. Botswana Power Corporation - Alternative Energy - Deals and Alliances Profile - New Market ReportRead the original story

    Wednesday | PR-inside.com

    The corporation generates, transmits and distributes electricity in the country. BPC operates Morupule thermal power station and Orapa turbine power plant in the country.

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  9. Envoy calls for joint River Nile managementRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | New Vision

    THE French Ambassador to Uganda, Sophie Makame, has called for "diligent protocols" and greater cooperation in the management of River Nile. The envoy, who was presiding over a grants signing ceremony at the Nile Basin Initiative offices in Entebbe on Wednesday, highlighted a need for joint management of the Nile to maintain its normal flow and catchment area, and to maintain the social, economic, and security benefits from the river.

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  10. Trial of NSSF HR boss set for JuneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | New Vision

    NAKAWA Court has extended the hearing of the case in which the Chief Human Resource Manager of the National Social Security Fund is battling charges of cyber stalking to June. Catherine Eseza Byakika, 46, is said to have harassed a one Jacqueline Kasande willfully and maliciously by use of electronic communication to put her into fear for her safety contrary to section 26 of the Computer Misuse Act of 2011.

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  11. DJ Frank wanted for assaulting G-SnakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | New Vision

    The police is hunting for a music promoter for allegedly assaulting a female musician, Sarah Namukwaya aka G-Snake after she declined to perform at a music show. The Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesman, Patrick Onyango has said that Frank Jay popularly known as DJ Frank is wanted for allegedly assaulting Namukwaya on Monday night after a disagreement at a show organized at Real Bar in Kajjansi along Entebbe Road.

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  12. Kampala to get more housing estatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | New Vision

    The Managing Director of Fairland Assets Uganda Majid Batambuza, Global Business Development director Ronald Lubyaayi and the Chairperson board of directors National Housing Corporation Agnes Kadama at the signing of a partnership to construct modern buildings in Kampala. Photo by Wilfred Sanya By Jeff Andrew Lule In a bid to improve the housing needs in Kampala, National Housing and Construction Corporation has entered a joint partnership with Henley Homes Company, a UK based Construction Company to construct 350 units in Luzira near Lake Victoria.

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  13. Parents told to protect children from violence...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | New Vision

    Fr. Vincent Lubega, the new rector of Namugongo Shrines made the plea during an interview with New Vision shortly after mass to remember St. Denis Ssebuggwawo, one of the youngest martyrs. He was killed at the age of 16 on Wednesday May 26, 1886.

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  14. Lands ministry explains Kajjansi land wrangleRead the original story

    Tuesday | Daily Monitor

    Kampala. Records from the Ministry of Lands show the contested 360 acre piece of land that has stalled the progress of the Entebbe Express Highway belongs to Madhvani Group and not Muwanga Omuweesi family, it emerged yesterday.

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  15. Ex- Cranes player Mugisha now in charge of AmavubiRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | New Vision

    By Swalley Kenyi Rwanda national team coach Johnny McKinstry will not be in charge of the young Amavubi when they meet Uganda Kobs in the return leg of the 2016 Africa Olympic qualifier on Saturday. McKinstry has returned home to Ireland to process his UEFA Pro License as was agreed between him and Rwanda Football Federation in March.

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  16. Kavc a, Sport-S make winning start in volleyball leagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | New Vision

    By Swalley Kenyi NSSF National Volleyball League Serie A, Men KAVC-A 3 Nkumba 2 Sport-S 3 Old Kampala 0 KCCA 0 UCU 3 Tigers 0 Nemostar 3 Mulago 2 Ndejje 3 Women Sport-S 3 KCCA 1 VVC 3 Ndejje 1 KAVC-A 3 KAVC-B 2 Mulago 1 Thunders 3 Nemostar 3 COBAP 0 Espoir 3 UCU 0 -w/o Reigning champions KAVC A, Sport-S, Uganda Christian University , Nemostars and Ndejje men volleyball clubs had winning starts at the NSSF National Volleyball League over the weekend. KAVC A and Ndejje University needed decisive sets against Nkumba and Mulago 3-2 respectively while Sport-S, UCU and Nemostars were straight sets winners over Old Kampala, KCCA and Tigers volleyball clubs in that order.

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  17. Buganda Kingdom to take part in Mashariki MarathonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | Daily Monitor

    The need to create a healthy environment in East Africa is the reason behind Buganda Kingdom showing their support towards the May 31 Afrika Mashariki Fest Half Marathon. Kampala.

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  18. Malawi forests shrink as power deficit fuels charcoal businessRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | AlertNet

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  19. Malawi: Forests Shrink As Power Deficit Fuels Charcoal BusinessRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | AllAfrica.com

    Impoverished villagers are hacking down Malawi's forests to make charcoal, undeterred by government efforts to confiscate the dirty fuel as a power deficit stokes demand. Only 9 percent of the southern African country's population have access to electricity, ensuring a good market for the charcoal produced by communities living near forests.

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  20. Over 600 Rwandans In Namibia Reported MissingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | News of Rwanda

    That "of the total 6,100 refugees and asylum seekers [from different countries] in the country, the whereabouts of 2,354 are not known." Most of the refugees and asylum seekers, according to Xinhua, were accommodated at Osire Refugee Camp, about 218 kilometers from the capital Windhoek.

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