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Saturday, 13 April 2013

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Madonna, Malawi and the infamous attack
BBC News
Now it turns out that Malawi's President Joyce Banda didn't even write - or know about - the infamous attack on the character and charitable activities of pop star Madonna. And yet the ongoing quarrel - the Malawian government is still accusing Madonna ...
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BBC News
Malawi: Wildlife Reserves and National Parks
Vancouver Sun
This African country's name comes from the word "Maravi," which means "fire flames." In this http://www.WatchMojo.com video, we take a look at the some of the wildlife reserves and national parks found in Malawi.
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Oops, I goofed, says Malawi aide who attacked Madonna
Telegraph.co.uk
On Friday it emerged that the president, who has worked hard to woo foreign donors to Malawi after a rocky relationship under her predecessor, had not authorised the excoriating missive. In the email, Mr Mwanyongo admitted sending it out without ...
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Telegraph.co.uk
Malawi government attack on Madonna a "goof"
NME.com
According to The Guardian, Joyce Banda, the president of Malawi, is furious at her public relations department for issuing the statement, which launched a scathing attack on the singer, without her knowledge. It accused her of demanding VIP treatment ...
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NME.com
Malawi's President Banda scolds officials for Madonna attack
Mail & Guardian Online
It was, the statement said, "strange and depressing" that the singer seemed to want "Malawi to be forever chained to the obligation of gratitude" for having adopted two Malawian children. Madonna reacted angrily to the statement, accusing the ...
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MultiChoice Malawi launches K12m netball sponsorship package
Nyasa Times
Malawi's netball is likely to move to another level with the launch of a lucrative K12 million netball sponsorship package by MultiChoice Malawi through its newly launched product GOtv. Unveiling the sponsorship package at MultiChoice premises in ...
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Nyasa Times
Special Commentary: Malawi bites the hand that feeds it with the dear Brits ...
The Maravi Post
Every altercation between Madonna and Malawi hits international headlines. These headlines are always rich fodder for the pop star's publicity team to tell the world what a great benefactor Madonna is, what a lovely people Malawians are and how badly ...
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The Maravi Post
Malawi President Joyce Banda: When Madonna met her match
The Independent
Born on 12 April 1950 in Malemia village in Malawi's colonial capital, Zomba, she was a humble seller of mandasi (fritters) in the markets. Once, when she was dismissed by a political opponent as not presidential material, she said: "Yes, she's right.
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The Independent
Pres. Joyce Banda says Malawi's private sector key to closing trade deficit
The Maravi Post
BLANTYRE—Malawi's Pres. Joyce Banda has confirmed that there's a trade deficit in the country currently standing at 21 percent of the Growth Domestic Product (GDP). However, the Malawi leader says private sector investment can help boost the country's ...
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The Maravi Post
DPP MPs favour Malawi Speaker Chimunthu for presidency
Nyasa Times
The members of parliament for opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) are backing the candidature of Speaker of Parliament, Henry Chimunthu Banda, to take over the party presidency from acting leader Peter Mutharika. DPP is expected to hold its ...
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Nyasa Times
Madonna Is Apparently an 'Uncouth' Bully
Zimbio
The statement, which can be found here, claimed that Madonna believed the government should have "rolled out a red carpet and blast the 21-gun salute" upon her arrival in Malawi. We know that the "Material Girl' can be a bit outrageous, but this is ...
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Zimbio
Preston charity worker returns after battle
Lancashire Evening Post
A Preston charity worker who was jailed in Malawi over a land dispute, has returned to the country to continue her projects. Mary Woodworth of Liverpool Old Road, Walmer Bridge, founder of the Friends of Mulanje Orphans (FOMO), had feared that it may ...
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Lancashire Evening Post


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