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Malawi forests going up in smoke from tobacco
Tobacco farmers are depleting forests to cure tobacco, a key source of income and Malawi's economic mainstay.
Last updated: 11 Sep 2014 14:41 GMT
Malawi celebrates fifty years of independence
Sunday marks a half-century of independence for the nation, the first in the region to free itself from British rule.
Last updated: 06 Jul 2014 06:45 GMT
Dr Kaliti: 'You have to pick up lives'
Meet the doctor working tirelessly to aid mothers and babies in Lilongwe, Malawi.
Last updated: 16 May 2014 17:44 GMT
Salima Hospital: 'I feel safe here'
Health workers in Salima, Malawi are fighting to turn the country's abysmal maternal and neonatal mortality rates around
Last updated: 12 May 2014 07:43 GMT
Challenging traditions to save lives
Rural communities in Malawi are changing traditional behaviours to save mothers and their babies.
Last updated: 27 Apr 2014 12:54 GMT
Poor policing spurs Malawians to mob justice
Vigilantes say a sclerotic justice system has forced them to take matters into their own hands.
Last updated: 20 Feb 2014 06:54 GMT
Malawians push for speedy Cashgate trials
The largest financial scandal to hit Malawi has rocked domestic and international confidence.
Last updated: 09 Feb 2014 08:02 GMT
Corruption forces Malawi to ration maize crop
Massive shortage of maize as officials stand trial for corruption.
Last updated: 01 Feb 2014 18:11 GMT
Officers appear at Malawi 'Cashgate' trial
Two deputy police commissioners are latest accused to appear at trial over Africa’s largest ever corruption case.
Last updated: 30 Jan 2014 18:51 GMT
'Cashgate' trial begins in Malawi
President Joyce Banda ordered investigation of politicians and businessmen over millions of dollars in embezzlement.
Last updated: 29 Jan 2014 17:40 GMT
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