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2016-02-12 Visiting Malawian Lawmakers to Replicate Isange One Stop Centre Model
[New Times] A delegation of nine officials from Malawi, who include six members of the national assembly, on Wednesday visited Isange One Stop Centre at Kacyiru Police Hospital, and commended the centre's role in addressing challenges of gender based violence and child abuse.

2016-02-12 Malawi Not Poor - Smedi
[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for Small and Medium Enterprises Development Institute (SMEDI) Charles Kazembe has said if the number of people in Malawi is actively involved in economic activities, the country's economy would increase.

2016-02-12 Government to Consider Recommendations Made On the New Bingu National Stadium
[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -The Ministry of Youth Development and Sports says it will take on board suggestions that various Government departments have put forward as regards the Bingu National Stadium.

2016-02-12 Govt Yet to Make Decision On ICC - Chaponda
[Nyasa Times] Malawi is yet to make a decision on whether to terminate its relationship with Hague based International Criminal Court or not, Minister of Foreign Affairs and international Cooperation George Chaponda has said.

2016-02-12 Blue Eagles Duo Join Mozambique Club On South Africa Tour
[Nyasa Times] Blue Eagles captain Christopher John Banda and striker Schumacher Kuwali are on the verge of joining Mozambique top league side Ferroviaro de Nampula.

2016-02-12 Chiukepo Impress At Celtic, Set to Be Signed
[Nyasa Times] Malawi international striker Chiukepo Msowoya will jet in the country on Friday after impressing Bloemfontein Celtic during trials for some weeks. According to Kickoff, Msowoya could be set to land a contract with Celtic after impressing coach Serame.

2016-02-12 Ministry Trains CBE Facilitators On New Curriculum
[Malawi News Agency] Mponela -Ministry of Education Science and Technology is training stakeholders on Complementary Basic Education for children between the ages of 9 and 17 who dropped out of school.

2016-02-12 Chief Offers K3000 to Anyone Who Plants 10 Fruit Trees
[Malawi News Agency] Nsanje -A traditional leader in the disaster prone Nsanje district has embarked on a massive reforestation initiative amid catastrophic effects of climate change facing the Lower Shire district.

2016-02-12 How Safe Are Consumers?
[Malawi News Agency] Minibuses in Mzuzu are using space outside the main market for loading and offloading passengers. This is because mid last year, Mzuzu City Council (MCC) banned them from operating inside the city's bus depot.

2016-02-12 President Lifts Ban On Oil Exploration
[Nyasa Times] A ban on the oil and gas exploration exercise on Lake Malawi which has been in place since 2015, hass effectively been lifted by President Peter Mutharika, , Minister of Foreign Affairs George Chaponda disclosed at a news conference in Lilongwe.

2016-02-12 No Allowances, No Meetings - Lilongwe City Councillors Declare
[Nyasa Times] Twenty six Members of the Lilongwe city wards on Thursday, staged a sit in to any council business unless they had been paid their arrears.

2016-02-12 K18 Billion Karonga-Songwe Road Project Stalls - Malawi Govt Lack of Commitment
[Nyasa Times] Malawi government's lack of seriousness has forced the World Bank to delay the release of US$25 million [about K18 billion] for the rehabilitation of the Karonga-Songwe Border road project that was expected to commence this year, Nyasa Times can reveal.

2016-02-12 I Can't Die for Kasambara, Only Jesus Died for Our Sins - Manondo
[Nyasa Times] Second accused person in the ongoing shooting case of former budget director Paul Mphwiyo, Pika Manondo has told the court that he did not tell cashgate prisoner Oswald Lutepo that he was prepared to die for third accused person former justice minister Ralph Kasambara.

2016-02-12 Crisis Brew in Malawi's Ruling DPP
[Nyasa Times] Two legislators in Phalombe are asking the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) to discipline the party district governor who has allegedly been holding meetings with traditional leaders to switch off their allegiance to the members of parliament.

2016-02-12 Bingu Stadium - Malawi Govt to Consider Recommendations On China-Funded Facility
[Nyasa Times] The Ministry of Youth Development and Sports says it will take on board suggestions that various Government departments have put forward as regards the Bingu National Stadium.

2016-02-12 Court Defers Sentencing of Kalonga - Cashgate Convict Has 'Issues' to Sort With Lawyer Theu
[Nyasa Times] High Court in Lilongwe has adjourned a case involving convicted former tourism assistant Leonard Kalonga to February 29.

2016-02-12 Two Arrested in Mulanje Over Admarc Maize
[Nyasa Times] Two people have been in arrested in Mulanje district for buying maize from Admarc depot in bulks, which is against the official set quantity of a minimum of 20kgs per individual.

2016-02-12 What's Needed to Help Mining Minnows Get Off the Ground in Malawi
[Nyasa Times] Malawi has aspirations to increase mining contributions to GDP from 1% to 20% by 2020. But community-company relations in the mining sector are typical of those across the continent: not good. This, in turn, is not good for investment in the sector.

2016-02-12 Malawi Songbird Lilia Promises Unusual Sound in 2016
[Nyasa Times] Songstress Carol "Lilia" Mataya, has promised different and unusual sound this year after taking a small break from the music scene. The Lilongwe based singer told this publication that she is currently on a break for personal reasons.

2016-02-12 120 to Graduate From Ntambanyama Skills Development Center
[Nyasa Times] Ntambanyama Skills Development Center which was opened last year in Thyolo Thava Constituency is set to graduate 120 beneficiaries who were first enrolled at the center on Friday, February 12,2016 .

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