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Central, Malawi Newswire

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  1. Ft. Detrick Researcher's Grandfather First Identified Zika VirusRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WFMD-AM Frederick

    This is probably the first time many Americans have heard of the Zika virus, thanks to reports in the news media. But there is a Frederick connection to this disease.

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  2. Some 'Sterling' advice from last year's state Scholar winnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | Deseret News

    Samantha Bemis of Hillscrest smiles as she realizes she won at the Sterling Scholar awards at the LDS Conference Center Theatre in Salt Lake City Tuesday, March 10, 2015. The 2015 Utah Sterling Scholar winners offer advice to this year's nominees and explain what they're doing a year later.

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  3. Mildmay UgandaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | New Vision

    Mildmay Uganda is a Specialist Health Care and Training Centre situated on Entebbe Road, at Lweza, South of Kampala. It is accredited as an institution of higher learning by the National Council for Higher Education (See image below for more)

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  4. Cardinal Nsubuga's legacy inspires Uganda's hope for a third cardinalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | New Vision

    By Muwonge Magembe February 8, marks 26 years since Emmanuel Cardinal Nsubuga, concluded his tenure as the Archbishop of Kampala . He is very outstanding in the Roman Catholic Church because he was the first Ugandan to be appointed cardinal by Pope Paul VI on May 24, 1976.

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  5. Namibia: 14-Year-Old Malawian Braniac Enrolled At University of NamibiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | AllAfrica.com

    A 14-year-old Lilongwe born, Brave Chibaka, an aspiring civil engineer, has been enrolled at the University of Namibia ; and, according to Namibia media reports, he is the university's youngest student. News about his enrollment went abuzz with fellow students posting photos of the young braniac on social media outlets including Facebook.

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  6. Candidates' promises on roadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | Daily Monitor

    Pledges. Transport is yet another sector that will likely swing the polls in any of the candidates' favour.

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  7. Malawi: Malawi DVD On Sunflower Production LaunchesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | AllAfrica.com

    Malawi Oilseeds Sector Transformation on Thursday launched a DVD about Sunflower production with the aim of resuscitating the oilseed sector and improving productivity among smallholder farmers. The video titled "Tukukani ndi Mpendadzuwa" documents the process of sunflower production and post-harvest management information.

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  8. Hard time for E. Africa's fishing industryRead the original story

    Monday Feb 8 | IPPMEDIA

    Frank Makarani has been fishing in Lake Victoria for the past 40 years. The 66-year-old recounted that in those good days fishing was a paying job.

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  9. EAC maps out Lake Victoria sustainability strategiesRead the original story

    Monday Feb 8 | IPPMEDIA

    A team of experts from the Lake Victoria Basin Commission has expressed concern over the deteriorating environment surrounding Africa's largest water body. They said there was need for the five partner states to 'reinvent the wheel' by encouraging better use of water resources and environment to improve livelihoods of the 30 million people living along the lake basin.

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  10. INSIGHT-In southern Africa, an illusion built on aid heralds hope and hungerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | Reuters

    LILONGWE, Feb 7 As she walks along a dirt road in central Malawi, Louise Abale carries her precious maize wrapped in a brightly coloured cloth and balanced on her head. Because of drought in Malawi and across southern Africa the grain has doubled in price in the space of a year, and now costs around 200 kwacha a kilo.

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  11. 2.8 million face hunger in drought-hit MalawiRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Times of Oman

    Subsistence farmer Nelson Sikanawawe walks through his field of maize after late rains near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi on February 1, 2016. Photo - Reuters Subsistence farmer Nelson Sikanawawe walks through his field of maize after late rains near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi on February 1, 2016.

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  12. Insight: In southern Africa, an illusion built on aid heralds hope and hungerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | The Peninsula

    LILONGWE: As she walks along a dirt road in central Malawi, Louise Abale carries her precious maize wrapped in a brightly coloured cloth and balanced on her head. Because of drought in Malawi and across southern Africa the grain has doubled in price in the space of a year, and now costs around 200 kwacha a kilo.

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  13. Insight - In southern Africa, an illusion built on aid heralds hope and hungerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Channelnewsasia.com

    As she walks along a dirt road in central Malawi, Louise Abale carries her precious maize wrapped in a brightly coloured cloth and balanced on her head. Subsistence farmer Salome Banda stands beside bags of her maize stacked in a warehouse north of Lilongwe, Malawi February 2, 2016.

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  14. Standard gauge railway, an elusive dream?Read the original story

    Saturday Feb 6 | IPPMEDIA

    THE highly anticipated construction of the central railway line to standard gauge remains a pipe-dream as the government yesterday made it clear that the project is too costly. The Minister for Finance and Planning, Dr Philip Mpango told the National Assembly that the $ 7.6 billion project undertaking was excessively expensive to be financed by government funds.

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  15. UK government urged to end "unfair" colonial-era tax treaty with MalawiRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | Sunday Herald

    Teacher Stella Machinjiri, with her pupils in class at M'bwetu Primary School in Malawi's capital, Lilongwe. Photo: ACTIONAID UK/AMOS GUMULIRA THE UK Government is being urged to end a colonial-era tax treaty with Malawi which campaigners say is depriving the one of the world's poorest countries of vital resources.

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  16. Increasing number of single mothers worrying - Arch LwangaRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 6 | New Vision

    On the day the Catholic Church venerated the virgin martyr St. Agatha, who was killed after denying Sicily governor Quintian sex, the head of Catholics in Kampala, called for courage, purity and the intersection The Archbishop of Kampala Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga on Friday touched a sensitive part; expressing concern over the "increasing number of single mothers" which he said worried the church. The archbishop made the sentiment at a function Vision Group said it raised sh1.3b as its contribution towards the facelift of the martyrs' shrines at Namugongo and Munyonyo, the highest amount any individual or indigenous company contributed towards the renovations.

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  17. Pirates dare Kobs in derbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Daily Monitor

    RUGBY. Apart from sharing a training facility at Legends, both franchises have always played second fiddle to Heathens in the hunt for silverware.

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  18. When Rugby Cranes shocked IRB World Cup-bound NamibiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Daily Monitor

    RUGBY. In 2007, Namibia was flying high. They qualified for that year's Rugby World Cup held in France.

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  19. Malawi: 'Airtel Mchikumbe 212' Excites FarmersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | AllAfrica.com

    Lead farmer Innocent Maoza, 34, grinned from ear to ear as he explained what he expected from the Airtel M'chikumbe 212 product. "I have been a farmer for a long time and always struggled to access information on agriculture, especially on improved farming methods from our extension workers in my area," Maoza said.

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  20. Incumbent MP Sseggona fighting to break Busiro East one-term cycleRead the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | Daily Monitor

    One chance. The incumbent MP wants to break the historical cycle in Busiro East where voters give their MPs only one term For some constituencies, Members of Parliament run in the confident belief that their mandate will be renewed for as long as they are still relevant owing to their performance and popularity while in others, the MPs are tested and allowed to serve for at least two or more terms.

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