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Poor nations should set agenda for sustainable development — LDC think tank

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June 20, 2013 • News Analysis in Africa

The least developed countries (LDCs) can play a critical role in ensuring that the new global sustainability goals – which the international community aims to have in place by 2015 — are both fair and effective. But, for this to happen, the LDCs will need to redefine themselves according to their strengths, act to improve… Read More ›

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#Malawi to increase funding in anti-graft war

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Malawi plans to increase funding to anti-graft institutions and police to fight corruption in a bid to win back key donors who are withholding crucial budget support as a result of corruption. Donors last November announced an aid freeze of US$150 million after the scandal, known locally as “cash-gate”, in which an estimated $15 million… Read More ›

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#Tanzania President says Army ready to defend country

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Tanzanian President Kikwete has warned that his armed forces are ready to protect the country against any foreign threat to its territory, indirectly referring to the border dispute with Malawi. Tanzania is embroiled in a territorial wrangle with Malawi over the ownership of Lake Nyasa, which is known as Lake Malawi in the neighbouring country…. Read More ›

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How a #Malawi central bank policy helped the looting of public funds

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By Mabvuto Banda New details have emerged that government instructed some commercial banks to honour all its cheques for any amount without any limit on behalf of the Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM), a policy that looters took advantage of. A change in payment policy-according to an interim report from a Treasury-sanctioned investigative audit of… Read More ›

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#MALAWI: MORE CASHGATE ARRESTS EXPECTED

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  By Mabvuto Banda More arrests in the cashgate scam are in the offing as the new administration steps up investigations to get to the main players and beneficiaries, Attorney General Kalekeni Kaphale disclosed, warning that no one will be spared if found to have participated in the looting of public funds. Kaphale, who lauded… Read More ›

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