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Sunday, 14 April 2013

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Madonna takes children to native home in Malawi
Frontier Post
AFP_MCHINJI, Malawi: US pop icon Madonna on Wednesday took her four children to a famous orphanage in central Malawi, from where she adopted one of them, seven-year-old David Banda. Madonna, who adopted David in 2006, last visited the Home of ...
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Investing in the Children of Malawi
Huffington Post
At goods for good, we currently focus our work in Malawi, where the needs of the people are great, but the entrepreneurial spirit is greater. Our mission is to build the financial capacity of African communities so that they can sustainably and ...
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Malawi vs Madonna: Fighting a mosquito with a bazooka!
The Maravi Post
Malawi was all over the world but for all the wrong reasons. Madonna, that woman who pitched up here back in 2006 out of the blues to adopt two of our kids, was in town again. This time her mission was not about a third adoption; she was in town to ...
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Chinunda re-elected as Netball Association of Malawi president, Mpinganjira ...
Nyasa Times
Rosy Chinunda retained her seat s Netball Association of Malawi (NAM) president after defeating former Blantyre and Districts Netball League (BDNL) chairperson Khungekile Matiya by 28 votes against 16 to earn her third term in office during hotly ...
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Nyasa Times
Pornography, adult sex fuelling child sex in Malawi – Magistrate Tembenu
Nyasa Times
The Child Justice Court has attributed increased children's sexual activity to pornographic films and adults indulging in sex in the presence of children. Magistrate Esmie Tembenu of Blantyre Child Justice Court also revealed that increased numbers of ...
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Nyasa Times
Memsahib's Diary: Joyce Banda can teach our VVIPs humility
NitiCentral
Anyway, Madonna was just on a visit to Malawi and, if we believe the Malawians, acted like a bit of a brat. Almost like a bit of a certain kind of dilliwala. You know the old, "Do you know who I am… Do you know who my father is" mantra? Well ...
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NitiCentral
Café Afrique should improve food, service
The Zimbabwe Standard
We studied the menu, then realised we needed a drink, so accosted our waiter who took our order, a Malawi shandy, a whisky and soda, and disappeared, looking eager to get them for us. When he brought us the menus, the waiter pointed us firstly to the ...
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