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Nyasa Times - Junior Flames succumb to Zambia U-20

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Junior Flames succumb to Zambia U-20

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Malawi Under-20 national team failed to utilise home-ground advantage on Saturday after succumbing to Zambia to a 2-1 loss at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre in the crucial final Senegal 2015 Africa Youth Championship. Malawi U-20 and Zambia in action at Kamuzu Stadium.-Photo by Mphatso Nkhoma, Nyasa Times Coach Mtawai (left) and his deputy Gerald Phiri dejetced.-Photo by Mphatso Nkhoma, Nyasa Times Defeated Malawi U-20 side.

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Junior Flames succumb to Zambia U-20

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Junior Flames succumb to Zambia U-20

nyasatimes.com2014-08-16 19:51:11Cache

Malawi Under-20 national team failed to utilise home-ground advantage on Saturday after succumbing to Zambia to a 2-1 loss at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre in the crucial final Senegal 2015 Africa Youth Championship. Malawi U-20 and Zambia in action at Kamuzu Stadium.-Photo by Mphatso Nkhoma, Nyasa Times Coach Mtawai (left) and his deputy Gerald Phiri dejetced.-Photo by Mphatso Nkhoma, Nyasa Times Defeated Malawi U-20 side.

Keeper Harawa stars as Malawi beat Benin in penalty shootout

nyasatimes.com2014-08-02 20:21:06Cache

Moyale Barracks FC goalkeeper McDonald Harawa turned the hero of the day after saving two penalty kicks for Malawi to beat Benin 4-3 in penalty shoot-outs and reach for the second round of 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying. Harawa saves penalty.-Photo by Jeromy Kadewere, Nyasa Times Hero of the day: Harawa.-Photo by Jeromy Kadewere, Nyasa Times Proudly Malawian: Fans at the stadium .-Photo by Jeromy Kadewere, Nyasa Times Flames convert penalty.

Malawi ministers embroiled in $5m 'ghost' timber firm

nyasatimes.com2014-07-18 08:33:43Cache

Malawi’s current finance minister, Goodall Gondwe, helped to facilitate a 1.8-billion Malawi kwacha state loan for a timber processing factory that, three years later, has not got off the ground. This week neither the wholly state-owned Malawi Savings Bank, which made the loan, nor the Treasury’s Export Development Fund, which guaranteed it, would explain what has happened to the money or what has been done to recover it.