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2014-07-23 Zimbabwean Woman Caught With Cocaine At DZ Boarder
[Malawi News Agency]Lilongwe -A Zimbabwean woman was on Tuesday caught in possession of approximately 2kg cocaine at Dedza Border Post as she attempted to get it across in a South Africa-bound bus, Police have confirmed.

2014-07-23 GBV High On Girl Child in Salima
[Malawi News Agency]Salima -Some chiefs from the area of T/A Kambwiri in Salima have reiterated that forced marriages for girls is a major common form of Gender Based Violence (GBV) in the area.

2014-07-23 Samsung Volunteers Build Homes in Malawi
[Malawi News Agency]Lilongwe -Twenty-four volunteers from Samsung Electronics' headquarters in South Korea and 4 others are in the country to construct three houses for vulnerable families, and to renovate school structures in T/A Tsabango, Lilongwe.

2014-07-23 Luchenza Municipality Elects Its Mayor
[Malawi News Agency]Thyolo -Harold Steve Kaliwo has become the first Mayor of Luchenza Municipality in an election held on Tuesday in its chamber.

2014-07-23 Carlsberg Malawi Dresses Up Semi-Finalists
[Malawi News Agency]Blantyre -Carlsberg Malawi, sponsors of the Carlsberg Cup have raised the tempo ahead of the weekend semi-final clashes with a presentation of high quality Adidas uniforms to the four teams battling for the stakes.

2014-07-23 Economy to Get a Boost With Internet Connection to West-Coast Sub-Marine Cables
[Malawi News Agency]Lilongwe -The Malawi Internet Governance Forum (IGF) participatory workshop underway at Sunbird Lilongwe Hotel has revealed that Malawi's economy would boom faster in a few years when connected to the west-coast sub-marines cables.

2014-07-23 The Day of the African Child to Be Commemorated On July 24
[Malawi News Agency]Lilongwe -Malawi will on Thursday, July 24, 2014 join the rest of the world in commemorating the day of the African Child.

2014-07-23 Clergy Advised to Leave By What They Preach
[Malawi News Agency]Lilongwe -The Bishop of El Obeid Diocese of the Republic of Sudan Rt. Rev. Michael Didi has called upon the clergy and religious leaders to live a life that can inspire people and others wishing to join the Catholic Church.

2014-07-23 Blue Eagles Coach Criticizes Referee Over Cops Draw With Big Bullets
[Malawi News Agency]Blantyre -Blue Eagles coach, Deklek Nsakakuwona hit out at the referee after their 1-1 TNM Super League encounter against Big Bullets on Sunday arguing that a late penalty decision and a couple of offside infringements that went against the Area 30 cops affected the result in consigning them to a draw game.

2014-07-23 No Baby At the Back Until Chamzinda Is Honored
[Malawi News Agency]Ntchisi -In Europe, the bliss of motherhood is demonstrated by among others pushing a pram to supermarkets and other fancy places as the baby plays with all sorts of dolls as they move.

2014-07-21 People Living With HIV Lead Response to Discrimination
[Key Correspondents]When Malawian Martha Dzuwa was diagnosed with HIV, people in her community labelled her "a dead fellow walking".

2014-07-21 Peaceful Means to Resolve Lake Nyasa Border Dispute
[Daily News]PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has maintained that Tanzania will not engage in any war with Malawi as a means to resolve Lake Nyasa boundary dispute.

2014-07-22 APM Advises Civil Servants to Give Support to Ministers
[Malawi News Agency]Mangochi -President Peter Mutharika has called on public servants in the country to give Ministers and Deputy Ministers support in the process of performing their duties, so that Government can deliver its services in an efficient and effective manner.

2014-07-21 AMECEA Meeting to Scrutinize Homosexuality
[Malawi News Agency]Lilongwe -Association of Member Episcopal Conference in Eastern Africa (AMECEA) catholic bishops meeting in Lilongwe on Friday tabled the issue of homosexuality which is believed to have gained global attention.

2014-07-21 'Malawi On Course of Eliminating Elephantiasis'
[Malawi News Agency]Blantyre -The Preliminary results of Lymphatic Filariasis (LF) prevalence assessment currently underway has revealed that Malawi is on a right track of completely eliminating elephantiasis among people, Ministry of Health (MoH) has said.

2014-07-21 New Safe Motherhood Coordinator Pledges His Commitment
[Malawi News Agency]Lilongwe -The newly appointed National Coordinator for Safe Motherhood Initiative, Chimwemwe Chipungu has pledged total commitment to the cause as the initiative continues working towards the realization of improved maternal and neonatal health services in the country.

2014-07-21 Lilongwe Vendors Await Evacuation After Talks With the Council On 24 July - Mayor
[Malawi News Agency]Lilongwe -The newly elected Lilongwe Mayor, Willy Chapondera has said vendors will evacuate the streets of the city after holding talks on 24th July, 2014 with the Vendors Association.

2014-07-21 TNM Donates Half Million Kwacha Cheque to BPC
[Malawi News Agency]Blantyre -One of the country's mobile telecommunication service providers, Telekom Networks Malawi Limited (TNM) has donated a K500, 000 cheque to Blantyre Press Club (BPC) as part of the contribution towards a two day post election conference.

2014-07-21 MEC Says There Is Possibility of Arson in Fire Incident At Its Warehouse
[Malawi News Agency]Lilongwe -The Malawi Electoral Commission says after analysing the preliminary reports of the fire incident at their Warehouse, there is a possibility of arson.

2014-07-21 It's Time to Take Poaching Head On - Nankhumwa
[Malawi News Agency]Nkhotakota -Minister of Information, Tourism and Civic Education Kondwani Nankhumwa has said it is time to take poaching head on because the wildlife crime has exploded across Africa driven largely by increasing consumer demand in China and South-East Asia for products made from ivory, rhino horn and other animal body parts.

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