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Malawi Arms Deal With SA's Paramount Group RenegotiatedPresident Peter Mutharika's government has succeeded in slashing a controversia
Malawi Arms Deal With SA's Paramount Group Renegotiated
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
President Peter Mutharika's government has succeeded in slashing a controversial $145-million defence deal Malawi signed with South African-based arms company the Paramount Group, saying the contract was "too expensive" and not subjected to "proper... Read more
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Mutharika Condemns Neno Family TragedyLilongwe — President Prof. Peter Mutharika has condemned the brutal killing of
Mutharika Condemns Neno Family Tragedy
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
Lilongwe — President Prof. Peter Mutharika has condemned the brutal killing of four elderly people in cold blood in Neno on suspicions that they killed a 17-year-old girl using lightning. The President has since ordered the Inspector General (IG) of... Read more
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Malawi Experiencing Unstable GovernmentPresident Peter Mutharika's government has been in power for 20 months and yet
Malawi Experiencing Unstable Government
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 days ago
President Peter Mutharika's government has been in power for 20 months and yet it still appears to have not found its feet. The economy is in tatters and life for the majority of Malawians is unbearable. If the government is yet to find its feet,... Read more
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Malawi, Tanzania in New Dispute Over Lake BorderMalawi government has for the second time formally protested to Tanzania over i
Malawi, Tanzania in New Dispute Over Lake Border
AllAfrica.com / Posted 26 days ago
Malawi government has for the second time formally protested to Tanzania over its decision to publish a new map before the two countries have resolved a dispute over the boundaries of Lake Nyasa/Malawi. The Joyce Banda-led administration first... Read more
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Mutharika Says 2016 Malawi Economy to Recover - More Job CreationPresident Arthur Peter Mutharika says he believes that with resilience and focu
Mutharika Says 2016 Malawi Economy to Recover - More Job Creation
AllAfrica.com / Posted 1 months ago
President Arthur Peter Mutharika says he believes that with resilience and focus from all Malawians, 2016 is going to be a better year than 2015 which was more of a formative year of his government's long-term development plan for the nation even in... Read more

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