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    Truth on the Ambulance Contracts

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    Disregard allegations of corruption in the Procurement of ambulances by the ministry of Health Social media is awash with information alleging corruption on the Ambulance deal. The outcry comes following notification on intent to award contract to Grandview International of Lusaka, Zambia to supply 35 Toyota Land Cruiser Ambulances amid the following bidders 1. Toyota…

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    Job creation on youth through China project in Lilongwe

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    Government says the on-going construction of Grand Business Park will help create 1500 direct jobs and 2000 indirect job opportunities to youths and local people in Malawi. Deputy Minister of Lands, Abida Mia said this on Tuesday when she visited the on-going Chinese project of the construction of the park which has estimated to cost…

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    Police officers encouraged to upgrade their education

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    Commissioner of Police responsible for Central West Region, Merlyne Yolamu has encouraged both male and female Police Officers to upgrade their education in order to be recognized. The Commissioner made the remarks on Wednesday in Lilongwe during a-day-long customer care and professional code of ethics training under the theme “Soul Searching”. The training has targeted…

  • Big Issues, Malawi

    PARLY NODS TO NEW IG APPOINTMENT

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    The Malawi Parliament on Wednesday deliberated on the appointment of new Inspector General of Malawi Police Service and passed a motion that confirms the appointment of Dr George Kainja who was appointed by Malawi leader Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera in July this year. Kainja’s confirmation by Parliament went smoothly following a large number of members from…

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    Malawi to open embassy in Jerusalem

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    “Looking forward to continue advancing with your government this important goal and our relations,” said Oded Joseph, Israel’s ambassador to Malawi. By Josh Plank, World Israel News Lazarus Chakwera, president of the southeastern African country of Malawi, announced his plan to open an embassy in Jerusalem during a State of the Nation address to the…

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    MALAWI AGR. SECTOR ON TRACK

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    Lowe hails Dzombe for his enthusiasm Minister of Agriculture Lobin C. Lowe, MP, has assured Malawians that his ministry is the track of turning back Malawi into a real agrarian nation as visioned by the President of this country as he sees more potential and enthusiasm in many players prying their trade in Agriculture sector….

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    Malawi: Long-Term Development Plans Are Essential

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    By Tione Andsen Lilongwe — Vice President, Dr Saulos Chilima has hinted that Malawi as a country should stop thinking of short-term implementation of its development agenda. He made the observation Thursday at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe during the launch of Malawi Growth Development Strategy (MGDS) III Mid-Term Review Report. Chilima who…

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    God’s man in State House

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    In an exclusive interview with New African, Malawi’s new President, Lazarus Chakwera, outlines his intention to replace the ‘old Machiavellian politics’ with more ethical governance and says he still believes he can honour his election pledge of creating a million jobs. By New African Magazine Like his Biblical namesake, Malawi’s President Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera metaphorically came back from…

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    Lower Shire Farmers Dazzle

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    Government says Malawi has potential for growth in the agricultural sector as it is endowed with both human and natural resources for improved agricultural practices and socio-economic development. Minister of Agriculture Hon. Lobin Lowe, MP said this when he visited Chikwawa and Nsanje districts on a familiarisation tour to appreciate some of the efforts being…

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    MALAWI GOVERNMENT ENGAGES UN AGENCIES FOR ECONOMIC DRIVE

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    The Malawi Government on Thursday morning shared it’s Agriculture agenda with the United Nations (UN) Agencies that will see Malawi boosting its economy and in reducing poverty levels as well as food security which are key priorities for Malawi economic drive. Speaking to delegates from UN agencies operating in Malawi who paid a courtesy call…

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