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Sunday, 7 April 2013

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Misspelled and rambling letter sent by Madonna to Malawi's President sparks ...
Daily Mail
Madonna has become embroiled in a war of words with the President of Malawi after she sent her a tatty, misspelled letter. President Joyce Banda has accused the superstar of going back on her promises and 'insulting the people' after receiving the ...
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Daily Mail
Grey areas in boxing contracts
The Times Group (blog)
Sunday, 07 April 2013 11:42: Edmund Ian Nankwenya. The story in last weekend's Malawi News entitled 'Zambia tips Malawi on boxers perks' really highlights the plight that our boxers face in their every day struggle to muscle their way to the top of the ...
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Making a meal of filling up bags
Glasgow South and Eastwood Extra
GLASGOW MSP Humza Yousaf is taking part in a Mary's Meal's project to encourage people from across Scotland to fill a backpack of essential items needed for a child's education in Malawi. The Mary's Meals project provides a daily meal in a place of ...
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Glasgow South and Eastwood Extra
Sulom needs to cure this cancer called theft
The Times Group (blog)
Sulom needs to cure this cancer called theft. Sunday, 07 April 2013 10:53: Pilirani Kachinziri. The recent soccer indaba involving Super League of Malawi and clubs in Blantyre raised an interesting aspect of broadcasting rights. It transpired that the ...
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Cut the Chaff: Should Malawians celebrate yet another year of mediocrity?: In ...
The Maravi Post
So, Joyce Banda, Malawi's first female State President and Africa's second after Liberia's 24th and current leader, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has clocked one year in office! I wonder how Noel Masangwi, him of "Malawi is not ready for a female president ...
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Midwives called upon to stop African childbirth deaths
ITV News
... senior trainee doctors and nurses to consider volunteering," she said. "You could help hospital staff identify solutions to problems, train new students or work in health ministries in countries with the greatest need, such as Sierra Leone, Malawi ...
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