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The Wa airstrip is to be upgraded next year to enable domestic airlines to operate flights to the Upper West regional capital.
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Kibale County in Kamwenge district is the latest constituency to throw its weight behind the Kyankwanzi resolution back President Yoweri Museveni's 2016 presidential bid.
The video above shows a BASE jump from the pinnacle of the 2,717-foot-high Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the tallest building in the world, which was carried out on Monday by veteran jumpers Fred Fugen and Vince Reffet.
President Dr. Joyce Banda says Malawi is wide open for foreign investors who, for so long, have been pressed down by uncalled for leadership Malawi has had in the past.
Lutembe Bay wetland was designated a Ramsar site on September 15, 2006 making it a wetland of international importance.
A number of powerful career men have found themselves in trouble over their sex escapades with their subordinates.
President, Dr. Joyce Banda on Sunday handed over ten houses to the poor at Milaza Village, Traditional Authority Chikweo in Machinga South East where 59 United Democratic Front and Democratic Progressive Party supporters defected to People's Party.
Kampala Metropolitan Traffic operations commander Norman Musinga said the suspects still in cells at the Central Police Station in Kampala, had consumed more than the legally-allowed amount of alcohol for drivers.
The president says he will only appoint a new CJ after the pending constitutional case, challenging the reappointment of retired Justice Benjamin Odoki to the same position, is determined.
Last month while in Rwanda to cover the 20th anniversary of the genocide, Faustin Mugabe observed sharp contrasts between the two neighbouring countries, especially in their capitals.
The expo and conference were attended by more than 8000 people, including Zambian Vice-President Dr Guy Scott, the Minister of Livestock and Agriculture, the Honourable Minister Wylbur Simuusa, and former Zambian President Ruphia B. Banda.
The National Environment Management Authority has warned of likely severe disasters like landslides, lightning and floods ahead of the peak of the current rain season.