Malawi-Tanzania Border Dispute Escalates
Despite Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete's insistence on a peaceful resolution to the Lake Nyasa dispute, tension continues to rise as elders dispute Malawi's claim of ownership to the body of water.
Lake Nyasa, called Lake Malawi by that country.
Tanzania Daily News, 12 September 2012
THE front page story we carried in our Tuesday's edition headlined 'Elders rap Malawi over border claims' must have left readers in no further 'doubt' as to the ownership of Lake ... read more »
Tanzania Daily News, 2 September 2012
PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete said diplomatic negotiations over the border dispute between Tanzania and Malawi were still in progress and reiterated his stand against use of military to ... read more »
Tanzania Daily News, 3 September 2012
PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has made it abundantly clear that Tanzania will not go into war with Malawi over the disputed Lake Nyasa border that apportions water rights to both ... read more »
Tanzania Daily News, 4 September 2012
I have been following the present border dispute between Tanzania and Malawi for quite sometimes now and I have read various comments, opinions and ideas from various individuals, ... read more »
As Tanzanian and Malawian politicians wrangle over Lake Malawi, or Lake Nyasa as it's known in Tanzania, residents around the lake continue with their daily lives. Read more »