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  • Well, I'll take up Eric Bone's challenge and send along my holiday letter. Have a fantastic new year's, nonse! Christine Chumbler
    Christine Chumbler Dec 31, 2012
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    Christine Chumbler Nov 23, 2010
  • For those in the DC area, this could be fun. From: bzamba@^$1 To: wartpiggy@^$2 Subject: FW: [MWAList] Malawi Sundowner Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2010 14:42:51 -0400 Hi Christine, I hope all is well with you. Listed...
    Christine Chumbler May 7, 2010
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  • Nothing to be proud of here, I'm afraid. Malawi's child tobacco pickers 'poisoned by nicotine' Aug 24 2009 07:05 Children in Malawi who are forced to work as tobacco pickers are exposed to nicotine poisoning equivalent to smoking 50 cigarettes a day, an investigation has found. Child labourers as young as five are suffering severe health problems from a daily skin absorption of up...
    Christine Chumbler Aug 24, 2009
  • Malawi's fertile plan YOLANDI GROENEWALD - Jun 25 2009 06:00 Four years ago Malawi faced starvation. The harvest had failed and the country had to import huge amounts of food to feed its citizens. The Malawi government decided that this should not happen again. It devised a plan, central to which were small-scale African farmers, some of the most marginalised people. The country's...
    Christine Chumbler Jun 25, 2009
  • Malawi opposition admits defeat Opposition leader Bakili Muluzi has been a bitter foe of the incumbent Malawi opposition leader Bakili Muluzi has accepted that President Bingu wa Mutharika has won Tuesday's election. The UDF leader congratulated the incumbent, who has been a bitter rival. Mr Muluzi is a former president who was barred from standing for a third term. His party was...
    Christine Chumbler May 21, 2009
  • Malawians await election results Amid long queues at poll stations, a huge turnout is forecast Votes are being counted in Malawi's general election, with analysts suggesting the presidential race is too close to call. Election officials were up all night but only a tiny number of official results have been published. Seven candidates are vying for the top job but it is viewed as a...
    Christine Chumbler May 20, 2009
  • Malawi ex-president loses appeal Bakili Muluzi wants to take the matter further, his lawyer says Malawi's constitutional court has dismissed an appeal by former President Bakili Muluzi against a ban on him standing for a third term in office. The court said allowing him to run in next week's election would have meant an end to the limit on how long a president can serve. The ex...
    Christine Chumbler May 18, 2009
  • Ex-Malawi leader on theft charges Ex-Malawian President Bakili Muluzi has been arrested, accused of stealing $11m (£7.7m) in donor money, says the country's Anti-Corruption Bureau. The ACB said Mr Muluzi had been charged on 87 counts of allegedly siphoning aid cash into his private account. The former president is due to appear at a court in Blantyre, where hundreds of his...
    Christine Chumbler Feb 26, 2009
  • So nice to see that over the last few months, the news out of Malawi has been good. Malawi gives farmers a chance RAPHAEL MWENINGUWE - Jan 13 2009 05:00 In a two-bedroomed iron house in the southern district of Phalombe, Malawi, Simati Matupa is watching the television he has just bought. Seated beside the 37-year-old farmer is his wife. The Matupa family had dreamed of owning a...
    Christine Chumbler Jan 13, 2009