Central, Malawi Newswire

Central, Malawi Newswire

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  1. Teacher goes back to basics to help schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Evesham Journal

    A KIDDERMINSTER primary school teacher gave up her half term holiday to travel to Malawi to "teach the teachers" at a remote school and orphanage. Amy Jew, who teaches at Franche Community Primary School, in Chestnut Grove, also delivered vital teaching supplies bought with funds raised by pupils and parents.

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  2. CHAN: Micho releases Cranes final squad to battle TanzaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | New Vision

    Uganda v Tanzania Charges: Open stands: 10, 000 Covered stand: 20,000 VIP: 30,000 Uganda Cranes tactician has released the final squad to face the Taifa Star of Tanzania in the return leg of the first round of the CHAN qualifiers. The game kicks off at 4pm at Nakivubo war memorial stadium, with the Tanzanians having an uphill task after a heavy 3-0 loss to Uganda in the first leg at Amman Stadium in Zanzibar two weeks ago.

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  3. Sheikh murders: A thirst for vengeance?Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | New Vision

    Senior Muslim leaders have accused a cross-section of the Muslim community of being thirsty for vengeance after the killing of nine sheikhs and targeting others. Different sheikhs told New Vision in separate interviews that Muslims who collaborate with the Allied Democratic Front Forces could be the ones killing sheikhs who formerly worked for the rebel group before securing amnesty.

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  4. Vodafone draws closer to SME customersRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | GhanaWeb

    Vodafone Business Solutions, the enterprise arm of Vodafone Ghana, is bringing its services closer to its small and medium scale enterprise customers within the Western and Central regions of the country between July 7 - July 15. The initiative is part of a strategic commitment to identify and meet the bespoke needs of its SME customers across the country. In a competitive telecommunications landscape such as Ghana's, mobile telephony companies are devising effective and well-tested mechanisms to stay ahead and win the positioning battle.

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  5. Airtel hands over sh70m to Kitovu Hospital from Kabaka RunRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New Vision

    By Vision Reporter Airtel Uganda has handed over the contributions that were collected during the Kabaka Run to contribute towards the fight against Fistula. Airtel Uganda handed over sh70m to Princess Nalinya Victoria Nkinzi on behalf Kitovu Hospital.

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  6. Tanzania: In Pursuit of Child Rights in TanzaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | AllAfrica.com

    "I was supposed to be the first one awake to get the children up and send them to school, and then take care of the household chores. And then I was the last one to bed at night."

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  7. Program to stimulate coffee production launchedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New Vision

    COFFEE farmers are working out ways to lure a majority of youths back into growing the cash crop from the boda-boda business they have recently embraced. The Buganda Kingdom minister of investments, planning and economic development Robert Waggwa Nsibirwa who is also the District General of the 80 Rotary Clubs said the new initiative dubbed Coffee on Wheels is intended to entice the 77% of youth that constitutes the Uganda's population into the activity to make it vibrant.

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  8. A seat at the table: demanding a voice in developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Switched

    Across the Global South, there is a slowly growing understanding that nobody can know the challenges and needs of the urban poor better than the urban poor themselves. The voices of low-income residents are essential to creating smart, inclusive development policies and projects.

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  9. Work on Northern Bypass could be delayedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New Vision

    THE failure of the Uganda National Roads Authority to handover the sites required for conversion of roundabouts to grade separated interchanges could delay the second phase of the Northern Bypass. Mota Engil, the Portuguese contractor undertaking the second phase of the Northern Bypass notes that as much as they initially planned to first lay emphasis on the interchanges because of their rather difficult nature, they have been forced to work on other sections of the road.

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  10. Nile Cooperation Beefing up with Time: Sudan to Benefit from Joining Entebbe Agreement on NileRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Walta Information Centre

    Gutema Kumsa The most ancient civilizations developed on the banks of the River in Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia and Uganda. The Nile ten riparian states include the five poorest countries in the world.

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  11. Ugandan traders advised to go globalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New Vision

    Charles Brewer, the managing director of DHL Express Sub-Saharan Africa has challenged Ugandan businesses to go global if they want to be sustainable in the long haul. "Research shows that the more connected SMEs are, the more they do business internationally, the more safe and sustainable they are," he said while speaking to journalists yesterday in Kampala.

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  12. In pursuit of child rights in TanzaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Al Jazeera

    The majority of child workers are girls, most are under 14 and some are as young as five [Helen Veitch/Children Unite] "I was supposed to be the first one awake to get the children up and send them to school, and then take care of the household chores. And then I was the last one to bed at night."

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  13. Emirates daily Dubai-Entebbe route starts in OctoberRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New Vision

    By Vision Reporter Emirates is set to upgrade its services to Uganda with the deployment of larger Boeing 777-200LR on the daily Dubai to Entebbe route from October 1, 2015. The Boeing 777-200LR will replace the current Airbus A330-200 used on the route, and increase the total number of seats across all cabin classes by 12 percent, offering eight private suites in First Class, 42 lie-flat seats in Business Class and 216 seats in Economy Class.

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  14. Justice Kasule's son knocked dead in USARead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New Vision

    Ugandan student Dennis Kasule, who died in the US, was killed by a hit-and-run car as he was going to work, according to Denver police. Kasule Jr, 36, the son of Justice Remmy Kyonooneka Kasule of the Court of Appeal/Constitutional Court, was a holder of a PhD in Economics from Boston University.

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  15. Uganda Museum boosted with oil and gas exhibitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New Vision

    Museum goers, especially youth and children, are expected to be inspired by the visual, physical and graphic display of activities that take place during exploration, production and development in the oil industry. Rose Mwanje, commissioner of museums and antiquities, said the exhibition comes at a time when it is needed most to enlighten Ugandans about what is taking place with the oil and gas resource.

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  16. Uganda Kobs ready to face EgyptRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New Vision

    By Swalley Kenyi Coach Milutin 'Micho' Sredojevic hopes the CHAN and Uganda Cranes matches will give the U-23 players confidence ahead of their Africa Youth Championship qualifier against Egypt on July 18. Micho is conducting training for a squad comprising Cranes, CHAN and the U-23 players at Vienna College, Namugogo. Uganda Cranes home based players will face Tanzania in the CHAN first round return leg at Nakivubo on Saturday.

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  17. Police have failed Muslim clericsRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Daily Monitor

    The question, therefore, is why not secure all these clerics and their families for 24 hours as you hunt down their enemies? Who is killing Muslim clerics? What is their motive? How can the trend be stopped? How can clerics, their families and followers be reassured that they are safe? It is disturbing that these killings have been going on for more than two years and no one has been successfully convicted. Another tragedy struck on Tuesday evening when Sheikh Ibrahim Hassan Kiirya was shot dead by assailants travelling on a motorcycle as he drove home in Bweyogerere, Kira Town Council, Wakiso District.

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  18. Uganda: Besigye Nominated to Contest As FDC Presidential Flag BearerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | AllAfrica.com

    Former FDC president Dr Kiiza Besigye has been nominated to contest for the position of the party's flag bearer ahead of the 2016 general elections. Besigye was nominated in absentia by the Chairman of the FDC Electoral Commission Dan Mugarura upon verification of his credentials.

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  19. More questions as another Sheikh is gunned down in KampalaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Daily Monitor

    KAMPALA. Shortly after his Tarawih prayers at Dar-tal-alim al-islamiya in Rubaga, Sheikh Ibrahim Hassan Kiirya, was on Tuesday attacked and shot dead by unknown assailants on a bodaboda motor cycle.

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  20. Sheikh Kirya the 12th Muslim cleric killed in two yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | New Vision

    THE Muslim community in Uganda is mourning the murder of Sheikh Ibrahim Hassan Kirya who was on Tuesday night shot dead by unidentified assailants. Eye witnesses said that Kirya was shot thrice on his way home at Bweyogerere in Wakiso district east of the capital, Kampala.

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