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Friday, 5 April 2013

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Madonna visits Malawi children's ward, holds young patients
Washington Post
BLANTYRE, Malawi — Pop diva Madonna, spending her fourth day in the southern African country of Malawi on Thursday, picked up ailing children and joked with them when she visited an overcrowded children's ward in Blantyre, the country's largest city.
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War of words breaks out between Madonna and Malawi
Telegraph.co.uk
Mrs Banda's sister is Anjimile Mtila-Oponyo, a Malawian development worker picked by Madonna to be CEO of her £9.4 million Raising Malawi Academy for Girls for 400 children. She was later sacked, along with other staff, after a report accused them of ...
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Telegraph.co.uk
Madonna's Malawi "Schools" Causing Drama!
PerezHilton.com
WHAT IS THIS BLASPHEMY?! Queen Madonna is currently in Malawi visiting the ten "schools" that she helped build with an organization called BuildOn, but it seems that there is a discrepancy over WHAT type of educational construction Madonna actually ...
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PerezHilton.com
Malawi opposition DPP convention shifted to Blantyre
Nyasa Times
Former ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), which is expected to hold its first ever national convention in April this year, has shifted the venue of its indaba from Malawi's capital, Lilongwe to Blantyre. The decision was reached at the party's ...
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Nyasa Times
Madonna visits Malawi
Asbury Park Press
Madonna initially planned to build a $15 million Raising Malawi Academy for girls, but charges of mismanagement derailed the project. Trevor Neilson, her philanthropy manager, said Tuesday she has built 10 schools in the impoverished African country ...
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AfDB earmarks $73m for Malawi road, irrigation projects
Creamer Media's Engineering News
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a total of $73-million to finance the rehabilitation of the Mzuzu–Nkhata Bay road and the construction of irrigation schemes across Malawi. The bank says in a statement that, out of the financial package ...
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Malawi man commits suicide after quarrelling with wife
Nyasa Times
A 38 year-old man from Waiyatsa village, Traditional Authority Njolomole in Malawi's central district of Ntcheu has committed suicide after some continued 'verbal war' with his wife. The deceased, Felton Kasamba hanged himself Tuesday night in his ...
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Nyasa Times
Chaponda returns to Malawi with Presidents of Laughrica: Stand-up comedian
Nyasa Times
Following the success of his previous comedy shows dubbed Laughrica in 2011 and The AntiSocial Commentator in 2012, Malawi's stand-up comedian Daliso Chaponda returns home with a new show, the Presidents of Laughrica. The UK-based comedian ...
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JB to inaugurate 11th battalion of Malawi army
Nyasa Times
President Joyce Banda will on Saturday inaugurate Chirumba Garrison as the Malawi Rifles 11th Battalion (11MR). Officials at Office of President and Cabinet (OPC) indicate that Banda will declare the Battalion, which has been upgraded with modern ...
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Madonna's son gets a happy homecoming
Irish Independent
David (8) was accompanied by his sister Mercy James, who is also eight and adopted from Malawi, and their siblings Rocco and Lourdes. The singer arrived in Malawi to visit projects she has helped with. Madonna initially planned to build a $15m (€11.6m) ...
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How an old US slave plantation could save lives in Africa
GhanaWeb
In six months, the group made remarkable change in Malawi, an African country with dire health-care needs. The group recently went back to Malawi to meet a container full of $500,000 worth of medical supplies to help the people there. The AU-ADHI ...
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SA component group aims to expand African battery distribution footprint
Creamer Media's Engineering News
He says Metair is currently servicing the African countries of Angola, Namibia, Lesotho and Swaziland with its Exide brand, Malawi with the Raylite brand, and Algeria, Egypt and Morocco with its Romanian Rombat battery. Loock says Metair "wants to push ...
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