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Days after TNM Mpamba Limited in partnership with Mukuru rolled out a promotion to reward.

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Health experts in Phalombe district have expressed worry over the increase in number of women.

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Proverb 25:3 “It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honor.

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Sanwecka FC of Mzuzu and Soccer City of Dedza have qualified for the national finals.

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A goal from Clement Nyondo was enough to give Karonga United three points against Moyale.

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Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Symon Vuwa Kaunda says part of the land.

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A joint team consisting of officers from the Judiciary and Malawi Police Service in Kasungu.

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The United Nations Educational, Science and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has donated teaching and learning materials.

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Moyale Barracks will this afternoon play Karonga United in a Super League encounter at Mzuzu.

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The British Council’s Our Shared Goal (OSG) project will today hold a sport and musical.

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Minister of Transport and Public Works Ralph Jooma has thanked President Peter Mutharika for 500.

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The Ministry Transport, Trade and Tourism has confirmed that Chileka Airport will be ready for.

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The Mchinji Second Grade Magistrate’s Court has sentenced eleven members of Seventh Day Apostolic Church.

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Government through the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism has warned Malawians against doing business.

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University students from Mchinji are contributing funds to assist their fellow student who is failing.

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President Peter Mutharika’s first witness in the presidential elections case Ben Phiri has told the.

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The Electricity Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM) has suspended nine senior employees over the power outage.

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