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20 November 2014 23:41:39 Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi
Malawi President Peter Mutharika has maintained his position that has said the entire Lake Malawi, Tanzania calls Lake Nyasa, which is potentially rich in oil and gas is owned by Malawi, saying there is no need to negotiate the issue. Mutharika – a law professor who also taught law in Tanzania – told a meeting...
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19 November 2014 05:25:38 Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi
Malawi is getting gloomier about the economic future again as London based Legatum Institute has told Nyasa Times that the country dropped 12 places in the 2014 Legatum Prosperity Index, which measures the human and economic prosperity of nations around the world, due to a decrease in a number of objective and subjective variables. Malawi is...
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13 November 2014 02:19:41 Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi
Malawi’s new President Peter Mutharika plans to next week meet with journalists from all media houses in the country, including online Nyasa Times as Sanjika Palace in Blantyre on Friday, according to Ministry of Information. Director of Information Chimwemwe Banda said in an invitation that the presidential interface will be “an opportunity for the media to...
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03 November 2014 13:51:30 Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi
Malawi government has been criticised for the 320 percent increase in passport fees which Consumer Association of Malawi (Cama) has described it as “bribe hike.” Immigration Department announced in a statement seen by Nyasa Times that the new fees were effective November 1. The ordinary passport which lasts for 20 days to be processed has...
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22 October 2014 13:10:48 Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi
As earlier reported by Nyasa Times that former Deputy Inspector General of Malawi Police Nelson Bophan was marked for an arrest, Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Tuesday arrested hm on ‘cashgate’-related charges. Bophani was also chairing the Investigation Committee , a multi-agency special unit that initiated the probe on the “cashgate” scandal, a systematic looting of public...
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21 October 2014 07:11:14 Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi
The House of Lords in Britain will debate a Motion on aid to Malawi on Thursday, Nyasa Times learnt in London. Peers will debate the motion to be led by Lord Jack McConnell and Baroness Lindsay Patricia NorthoveR. McConnell, Scotland’s former first minister, was named a future British High Commissioner to Malawi but never got the...
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06 October 2014 18:02:48 Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi
President Arthur Peter Mutharika told a news conference in Blantyre on Monday on his recent US trip that Malawi’s popular online publication, Nyasa Times is “obsessed with him”, claiming there are always negative stories about him on the news site. After taking a jibe at Nyasa Times recently from Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York...
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25 September 2014 18:50:02 Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi
Malawi President Peter Mutharika was on damage control mode in the United States of America (USA) when he refuted a Nyasa Times story he is staying in a New York hotel that is costing Malawi taxpayers about K7 million per night. This week Nyasa Times reported that an unprecedented number of delegates had accompanied President...
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Malawian’s Top Columnist Stanley Kenani Apologises To President Mutharika For Misinformation:I Guess It’s High Time We Stopped Relying On Nyasa Times
25 September 2014 11:02:39 Malawi Voice
Recently, I made a mistake by relying on a Nyasa Times report about the expenditure of President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika, which reported that the President was sleeping in a Waldorf Astoria hotel room costing $17,000 (MK7.65 million). It turns out the reports are false, and I regret my mistake. In fact, the most expensive Related Posts: President Mutharika Arrives In America for 69th session of… Calvary Family Church Rebuffs Media Reports On Appostle… Bill Clinton On Obama: ‘He’s Luckier Than A Dog… ILO Adopts Peter Mutharika’s Community Colleges Initiative Living The High Life At The U.N: The Case Of Malawi And…
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