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Malawi ,UK Agree to Boost Trade and Investment

President Peter Mutharika says Malawi and United Kingdom (UK) have agreed to continue boosting trade and investment between the two countries. President Peter Mutharika said the remarks after meeting UK Minister of Investment and International Trade Graham Stuart at the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London. “On Monday, January 20, I …

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Epileptic Man Drowns in River

Somber mood has engulfed Gome village in the area of senior chief Mwadzama in Nkhotakota following the sudden death of an epileptic man who drowned in Khula river. The deceased identified as Alex Aidi, 22, died in the afternoon of January 20, 2020. Nkhotakota police public relations officer Williams Kaponda …

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Mutharika Digests Future of Africa in UK

President Peter Mutharika today participated in a panel discussion chaired by Helen Grant, British Member of Parliament on the future of Africa alongside other African leaders at the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London. “We discussed and debated on trade and investment, future African growth sectors, clean energy and climate, need …

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UK to Continue Supporting Africa

The United Kingdom (UK) has committed to continue supporting Africa to see continued socio-economic growth of the continent. This is according to a statement issued by British Government today after the inauguration of the UK- Africa Investment Summit by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in London. “The UK is strengthening …

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MPC Suspends Bus Service

Malawi Posts Corporation (MPC) has with immediate effect suspended its bus service to reassess safety issues. Two of the MPC buses involved in road accident since its launch in October, 2019. Yesterday, another MPC bus involved in road accident at Senzani but no deaths were recorded. “We would like to …

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Maryam TTC dresses hill

Mangochi based Maryam Girls Teachers Training College on Sunday embarked on a reafforestation drive in the district. Some students of the Islamic college told Malawi Muslim Website that a total of 250 trees were planted. Prisca Banda said the college dressed a hill near the college because villagers cut down …

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