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- n. A person from Malawi or of Malawian descent.
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Malawi or the Malawian people.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a native or inhabitant of Malawi
- adj. relating to or characteristic of Malawi or its people or culture
Sadly, Joes writes, such stories of negligence are not uncommon in Malawian hospitals, as per an incident he personally witnessed.
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As you have rightly observed, internet penetration in here in Malawi is under one percent, so much as we appreciate that a web presence is good, a shrewd Malawian politician would not devote their efforts on the web but would exhaust their campaign efforts by reaching out to the grassroots in Nkando, Thava, Malomo, Ntaja, Kabwafu etc.
Anyone interested in the elections can follow updates from Malawian micro-bloggers.
At least 18 people were killed last Wednesday and Thursday as police battled street protesters in three Malawian cities.
A coalition of up to 80 civil society organizations and religious and student groups organized the demonstrations on July 20 in three main Malawian cities to protest shortages of foreign currency and fuel, poor economic conditions and increasing repression by the government of President Bingu wa Mutharika.
We first wrote about her in a post that profiled four Malawian female bloggers, on November 4th, 2007.
Also receiving an award at the event was Malawian journalist Gabriel Kamlomo, of Zodiak Broadcasting Station (ZBS), for an investigative radio report he did on a clinic that accidentally transfused HIV-infected blood to a then 2-year old child, in May 2007.
A group of Malawian bloggers were trained by PenPlusBytes, an International Institute of ICT Journalism in collaboration with New Media Institute to monitor and comment on the elections using blogs, twitter and mobile phones.
On Malawian Internet listserv forums, appreciation for the role of radio stations has especially focused on Zodiak Broadcasting Station, which broadcasts across Malawi, and recently started streaming live on the Internet.
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