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Wednesday, 3 April 2013

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Madonna row over Malawi 'schools'
BBC News
Malawi's education minister has told the BBC that the pop star Madonna is building classrooms not entire schools in the southern African country. Eunice Kazembe made the comments as the singer toured 10 primary schools which her charity said she had ...
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BBC News
Madonna and her children visit Malawi orphanage
The Associated Press
Madonna and her children visit Malawi orphanage. By By RAPHAEL TENTHANI, Associated Press – 1 minute ago. MCHINJI, Malawi (AP) — Madonna and her family visited the orphanage where she adopted one of her Malawian children, David Banda.
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Rolling Stones Announce Tour, Madonna Returns to Malawi
First Coast News
The day's top showbiz news and headlines including The Rolling Stones announce a summer tour, Madonna returns to Malawi, and Jay Leno announces his retirement from 'The Tonight Show.' Bob Mezan reports.
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Malawian President Seeks Clarity On Border Dispute From International Court
AllAfrica.com
President Joyce Banda has said that Malawi will urgently take the border dispute with Tanzania to the UN's International Court of Justice (ICJ) after claiming the intervention by the African Forum of former Heads of States has been jeopardised, Nyasa ...
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TB prevalence rate high in Malawi Prisons: Lack of isolation cells
Nyasa Times
The National Tuberculosis Control Program in collaboration with Malawi Prison Service (MPS) staff on Easter Holidays toured Chichiri and Zomba Maximum Security Prisons in an effort to identify challenges being faced in TB control efforts in Malawi's ...
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Nyasa Times
Madonna 'exaggerating' school contributions in Malawi: Engages in publicity stunt
Nyasa Times
US pop star Madonna, who adopted David Banda and Mercy James in 2006 and 2009 from Malawi, has been criticised of engaging in a publicity stunt to showcase as if she has built schools, yet she only contributed to BuildOn which has constructed ...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi-Mozambique power deal to be signed during Guebuza's state visit
The Maravi Post
ESCOM MZUZU--The much talked about Malawi-Mozambique power interconnection project will be signed during Pres. Armando Guebuza's three-day state visit to the country, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has said.
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The Maravi Post
Madonna and children visit Malawi
The Press Association
The Press Association. Madonna and children visit Malawi. (UKPA) – 23 minutes ago. Madonna visits a school in Chorwe, Malawi (AP/Liz Rosenberg Media). Copyright © 2013 The Press Association. All rights reserved. Add News to your iGoogle Homepage ...
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Madonna donates K23m to Lilongwe orphanage
The Times Group (blog)
Madonna is visiting Malawi only months after local education authorities challenged a claim by her Raising Malawi, her local charity organisation, that it has built 10 schools in the country. Government clarified that the charity had in fact built 10 ...
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Art show springs into Cochrane
Cochrane Eagle
The main aim of the event, of course, is to fundraise for two charities: the Cochrane and Area Humane Society (CAHS), and the Bridge to Malawi Project. The monetary donations to these initiatives will be raised through the silent auction portion of the ...
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Police detain Peter Mutharika's vehicle for violating traffic rules
Malawi Today
Police in Ntchisi on Tuesday briefly disrupted a whistle stop tour by Democratic Progressive Party acting president Peter Mutharika when they detained a party vehicle that had a flash light and led the way for a convoy of vehicles that carried DPP ...
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