DPP manifesto launch set at Bingu Conference March 29
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25 March 2014 01:37:48 Malawi Nyasa Times – Malawi breaking news in Malawi
The opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) is set to launch its electoral blue print – manifesto – on Saturday, March 29 at the Bingu International Conference Center (BICC) in the capital Lilongwe. The party’s spokesperson Nicholas Dausi said the manifesto launch is expected to be colourful and will be presided by DPP president Peter Mutharika... Full article on DPP manifesto launch set at Bingu Conference March 29
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1.9255931 09 November 2016 10:56:40 Malawi Voice
President Peter Mutharika on Monday said development projects outlined in the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP)’s manifesto were coming to fruition. Mutharika was speaking at Pasani Primary school in Mulanje during the launch for the construction of the new water supply from the Likhubula River to Blantyre. He said it was his wish to make sure The post DPP Manifesto Becoming A Reality-Mutharika appeared first on Malawi Voice .
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1.5131242 26 February 2016 14:12:01 WN.com - Africa News
The Electoral Commission (EC) has announced Tuesday, March 29, 2016, as the date for the conduct of a bye election at Abuakwa North. The following is a press statement issued by the EC in Accra yesterday and signed by Amadu Sulley, Deputy Director in charge of operations. ......
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1.080803 05 April 2015 06:38:57 Malawi Nyasa Times – Malawi breaking news in Malawi
Malawi ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) will from Sunday April 5 to April 7 be celebrating the life and achievements of the party’s founder and former head of state late Bingu wa Mutharika. DPP ‘s director of youth for the central region Rajab Malimba has called upon youths in the country to pray for the...
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1.0095752 18 June 2014 01:42:15 Malawi Nyasa Times – Malawi breaking news in Malawi
Malawi’s new President Peter Mutharika on Tuesday his would pursue policies that had been adopted by his sibling, former president Bingu wa Mutharika, before his death two years ago. Mutharika, who was elected in disputed elections last month, told Parliament in a speech that his government will continue Bingu-era policies. “We will continue from where...
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1.0049618 07 April 2014 20:03:01 Malawi Voice
Thoko Banda, son to the former Peoples Progressive Movement(PPM) founder Aleke Banda got a standing ovation on Sunday when he endorsed DPP manifesto saying it contains soul-soothing verses. Thoko Banda speaking on his capacity as an independent citizen hailed DPP for coming up with a manifesto which he said it is worth the name. Banda Related Posts: Aleke Banda’s Son Thoko Hits Back on PP’s… Aleke Banda’s Son Thoko Dumps Atupele Muluzi: Announces… YCF Declares Support for 2014 Young Aspirants DPP Launches Manifesto In Grand Style…As Diplomats,… Standing Ovation for President Banda’s Speech at…
All News 07 April 2014 20:03:01
DPP Is The Only Strongest Party In Malawi:This Is The Manifesto Of The Party That Is Set to Reclaim Victory-Says Peter Mutharika
0.9795196 06 April 2014 19:14:40 Malawi Voice
The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) president Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has described DPP as the only strongest party in the country saying they are even set to reclaim victory in the forthcoming polls “This is the manifesto of the party that is set to reclaim victory. This manifesto is a reflection of DPP beliefs and Related Posts: DPP Eastern Region Veep Yunus Mussa In Landslide….Malawi… DPP Optimistic Of Double Success In Mzimba Bye-Elections: We PP’s Tiuzeni Campaign Explained DPP Marvels Malawi’s Opinion Poll Victory: However We… Peter Mutharika Says Food Security, Justice, Internal…
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0.97877157 06 April 2014 16:59:37 Malawi Voice
The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) had painted the City Center part of the Capital City blue after it turned the Bingu International Conference Center into a blue sea to mark the colourful and unprecedented manifesto launch Sunday afternoon. Full house is probably a word which can best describe the turn of who is who at Related Posts: No Retreat No Surrender:Peter Mutharika Gets MEC Nomination… Snap Shot Into The DPP’s Manifesto:Promises A Cabinet of… DPP Polls: Henry Mussa, Nicholas Dausi, Yunus Mussa,… Atupele To Launch Campaign With Manifesto This Sunday ‘Blue Sea’ Awaits DPP’s Njamba Rally: Call
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DPP Breaks Silence: Announces Memorial Mass for Bingu, Campaign Launch Rallies Across Malawi’s Cities
0.87439805 02 April 2014 13:03:10 Malawi Voice
Apparently sensing growing anxiety over its silence among its supporters when other players were scaling up their political game, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has come out of its shell and announces a memorial mass for its founding leader late President Bingu wa Mutharika. Many DPP supporters on the social media have been questioning the Related Posts: Atupele To Launch Campaign With Manifesto This Sunday ‘Blue Sea’ Awaits DPP’s Njamba Rally: Call No State Memorial Service for Bingu: Any Malawian, Members… Road to 2014: Malawi’s Major Political Parties Belittle… K60 million For DPP’s April Indaba:Thanks Indians For…
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0.87439805 28 March 2014 01:49:30 Malawi Nyasa Times – Malawi breaking news in Malawi
The opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has postponed the launch of its electoral blue print – manifesto – on Saturday, March 29 at the Bingu International Conference Center (BICC) in the capital Lilongwe to a later date The party’s spokesperson Nicholas Dausi confirmed the manifesto launch has been postponed due to what he said “change of...
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0.8672344 27 March 2014 07:12:37
Related Articles: Bid to cut 45% power use by 2035 Education key to curb joblessness ‘Seek approval before teaching Islam to others’ Kudos for publishing letter disparaging BT Bruneians crowned champs THOUSANDS of people are expected to gather in the capital on Saturday to mark Earth Hour, a global movement to raise awareness about energy conservation. The annual event, which is marked by millions of people worldwide switching off all non-essential lights for one hour, has gained widespread popularity in the Sultanate. Classification: News National
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