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Malawi’s Plan for Repatriation Victims of Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa

XENOPHOBIC ATTACKS Following reports of anti-immigrant (xenophobic) attacks in Durban, South Africa that have affected some Malawians living there, the Government of Malawi has decided to repatriate Malawians who want to return home voluntarily.

The Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) has directed the Department of Disaster and Management Affairs (DoDMA) to coordinate the repatriation process with immediate effect.

Malawi Pres. Mutharika appoints Gerald Viola as Presidential Secretary

ViolaThe President of the Republic of Malawi, His Excellency Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika, in exercise of the powers conferred upon him by the Public Service Act, has appointed Mr. Gerald Viola as Presidential Press Secretary - government secretariat has announced.

Kabimba says voting for Lungu was fatal mistake

LunguRainbow Party President Wynter Kabimba has charged that the worst is yet to befall the country because the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) has no capacity to run the country.

Mr. Kabimba tells QFM News by telephone that people should expect the worst from the PF because the challenges the country is facing are nothing compared to what is coming as a result of poor planning by the PF.

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Malawian Penfield College Professor Named to Fulbright Association State Board

Zipangani VokhiwaATLANTA – Dr. Zipangani Vokhiwa, associate professor of science in Mercer University's Penfield College, was recently named to the board of the Georgia Chapter of the Fulbright Association.

Malawi Chewa Heritage Foundation aids hailstorms, floods victims in Salima

Chewa HeritageChewa Heritage Foundation (CHEF), a cultural and charitable grouping has responded to support calls to hailstorms and floods victims in Salima North-West constituency by donating various food items worth MK1 million courtesy of Nu-Skin Force for Good Foundation based in the USA .

The response comes barely a month after Member of Parliament for the area, Dr Jessei Kabwira made an appeal for an urgent help towards over 55 families who were affected by hailstorms and floods which hit GVH Mwadyakale in Traditional Authority (T.A) Nkhombedza on February 27.

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