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The Eye Malawi is a quarterly magazine containing listings and directories, maps, reviews, tour and travel information plus articles of interest. It highlights everything to do with Malawi, from hospitals to hotels,shops to sporting events and from embassies to entertainment. It is to all All advertisers, Bookshops, National & Regional Airlines, Tour operators, Blantyre & Lilongwe golf clubs & information offices. Foreign Diplomatic Missions and NGO’s. International Schools. Selected Restaurants and gift shops. All major hotels in Blantyre, Lilongwe, Cape MaClear, Monkey Bay, Nkata Bay & Mzuzu and the Malawi Tourism Board.

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Hi Good citizens!
This issue, related to our cover, `A lifeline for Wildlife` by Lilongwe Wildlife Trust & Lilongwe Wildlife Centre who have now launched a 24 hour hotline for what do should you come across a reportable situation.

Mr Simfukwe a passionate man on saving our cultural property and heretige brings us an historical piece on Sabatini Castle which is located a short distance from Blantyre in Limbe on the grounds of the Malawi Prisons Training School. Interesting as I lived in Blantyre for years and never knew this! Another passionate gent in Carl Bruessow, speaks of the crisis we have with `Saving Our Cedar`, our National Tree. Chantel Alcock brings us sustainable charcoal; yes you read right, its being done here in Malawi!

Our regular, Sharon Billinge brings us Posture Tips & our neighboring friends from Zambia give us great news with the return of the wild dogs. African Parks are at it again with the introduction of 13 Giraffe, which was recently revealed several species are now endangered.

George Wardlow from Luwawa Forest Lodge brings us the dates and details for the up comming sixteenth International Mountain Bike Race which starts on the 15th June.

Thanks to Caws for giving us the follow up of the International Waterbird Census held in January this year, the largest and longest running citizen based global waterbird count in the world, with over 15,000 participants every year & Jaine Raine brings us an historical piece on the history of`Scouting in Nyasaland

Massive thanks to all of the above contributors and of course our valued customers!

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