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    UIP president wants Kayelera mine closure scrutinised

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    United Independent Party (UIP) President Hellen Sighn want government to scrutinise the closure of the country largest mine, Kayelekera which was being run by Paladin Africa. Sighn demands that government should cross check if the mine’s closure was done following the international standards that will not have effects on the people. “We should keep in…

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    Folic acid renews cells

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    By Nee star. Folic acid helps the hair and nails grow by renewing cells that aid in their growth. The acid also gives the skin a natural, healthy and moisture glow and above all it helps in the smoothening of the skin thereby reducing signs of aging.

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    Police recover stolen items and arrest four

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    By Khalidwe Phiri Police in Lilongwe have recovered items worth of millions after the arrest of four notorious house breaking/burglary and theft suspected criminals in Areas 24 and 36 in the capital city. The four suspects whose names have been withheld inorder not to jeopardize the investigations currently in progress are cooperating well with the…

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    PP candidate faces chiefs wrath over relief maize

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    By Khalidwe Phiri Peoples Party (PP) candidate for Nkhatabay Central Ralph Mhone is under fire from chiefs following his diversion of government relief maize. This follows relief president Joyce Banda’s donation of over 2000 50kg bags to Mhone which was meant to share to families which maize were washed away by floods. According to sources,…

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    Savings Account

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    “How many millionaires do you know who have become wealthy by investing in savings accounts? I rest my case.” – Robert G. Allen Though investing in a savings account is a sure bet, your gains will be minimal given the extremely low interest rates.  A savings account is a reliable place for an emergency fund, whereas a market investment…

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    4 Pakistanis in for illegal entry

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    By Tabitha Mwabungulu Lilongwe, March 12: Malawi Police in Lilongwe on Wednesday arrested four men of Pakistan nationality who were found with illegal travelling documents and could not explain the reason for their entering Malawi. The police said the four had entered Malawi through the bordering Tanzania and that they had been aided by a…

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    Government warns against vandalism of boreholes

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    by afriem Government has warned communities against vandalism of boreholes, saying the malpractice leaves government efforts to supply safe water to the citizenry in vain. The Minister of Water Development and Irrigation Anita Kalinde made the remarks at the handover ceremony of 600 boreholes constructedunder the Chinese aid to Malawi. “I request the beneficiaries of the project…

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    Government to decentralize teachers’ payroll

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    by Afriem The Malawi Government will start paying secondary and primary school teachers in the country by the 27th day of the month through its education divisions. The Minister of Education Science and Technology Lucious Kanyumba said his ministry is decentralizing teachers’ salary payment system to make sure teachers receive  their salaries in time. “Most of the…

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    Gwengwe brands Chakwera a “Wanderer”

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    By Tabitha Mwabungulu Lilongwe, 10 March: The People’s Party (PP) presidential running-mate, Sosten Gwengwe, Sunday branded Malawi Congress Party (MCP) candidate, Lazarus Chakwera “a wanderer” claiming he had dumped his trainers, the Nkhoma CCAP Synod to join another church. Gwengwe made the remarks on Sunday at a political rally conducted by President Joyce Banda at…

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