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Tuesday, 2 April 2013

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Madonna Opens Malawi School Project
ABC News
Madonna initially planned to build a $15 million 500-bed Raising Malawi Academy for girls, before changing plans to help fund several community schools to benefit more Malawians. She arrived in Malawi Monday to tour the 10 school wings she has helped ...
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ABC News
Malawi now says SADC mediation 'a waste of time'
The Citizen Daily
Lilongwe/Dar es Salaam.Referring the border dispute between Tanzania and Malawi to the forum of retired southern African heads of state is a waste of time, according to Malawian President Joyce Banda.President Banda said on Monday that the three ...
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Malawi to take Tanzania dispute to court
Aljazeera.com
At stake is a largely undeveloped swathe of the lake where Malawi has awarded a licence to British firm Surestream to explore for oil in the north-eastern waters near Tanzania. Malawi claims ownership of the entire lake under an 1890 agreement, while ...
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Aljazeera.com
Madonna visits Malawi for first time in two years
Belfast Telegraph
Comments. Email; Print; Font Size. Madonna. 02 April 2013. Madonna has reportedly taken her adopted children to their native Malawi for the first time in two years and landed in the African nation for an unannounced visit on Monday.
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Madonna takes children to Malawi
Belfast Telegraph
David's 2006 adoption was straightforward, but Madonna had to take her case to adopt Mercy to the Malawi Supreme Court as she had not lived in the country for two years. In her statement to court she promised to bring David and Mercy back "every two or ...
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Malawi court slaps 'Ninja' with 10 jail for sexual assault on step-daughter
Nyasa Times
The Blantyre First Magistrate Court in southern Malawi has slapped 33 year-old man with a 10 year custodial sentence for defiling his 12 year-old step-daughter on three separate occasions. The convict, Welodi Makuluni, who hails from Zamanemba village ...
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Nyasa Times
Madonna jets into Malawi with adopted children
Sowetan
Her visit -- the reason for which remained unclear -- comes three months after education authorities challenged a claim by her charity Raising Malawi that it built 10 schools in the impoverished country last year. Education minister Eunice Kazembe said ...
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Sowetan
Madonna touches down for visit in Malawi
Regina Leader-Post
FILE- In this April 19, 2007 file photo, U.S. singer Madonna carries her Malawian adopted son David Banda at Consol Homes, a day care center that she is funding in the village of Masekese, Malawi. Madonna, who has adopted two children from Malawi, ...
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Regina Leader-Post
Malawian Judge Must Go Home – MMD
Zambia Reports
Judge Chikopa must be repatriated back to Malawi until the time when his services will be required because his continued stay in the country is demeaning the country's judicial system says MMD Copperbelt Provincial Publicity and Information secretary ...
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Jooma, Mwalwanda sworn-in: Malawi Pres. Banda urges them to be sacrificers
Nyasa Times
Newly appointed Minister of Economic Planning and Development, Ralph Jooma and Deputy Minister of Finance Dr Cornelius Mwalwanda were on Tuesday sworn in at a ceremony that took place at Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe. Speaking after administering ...
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Nyasa Times
Contenders to replace Declan Kidney in the Ireland hotseat
Irish Independent
Malawians hail Madonna project. Schoolchildren joined by hundreds of villagers have danced around pop diva Madonna and serenaded her with praise songs as she inspected school blocks she helped to construct in Malawi. Madonna adopted son David ...
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Pictures Of The Day: 3rd April 2013
Huffington Post UK
American pop star Madonna (2nd L) sits on April 2, 2013 with the two children she adopted in Malawi, David Banda (L) and Mercy James (3rd R), in a classroom of the Mkoko Primary School in the area of Santhe in Kasungu district, central Malawi, one of ...
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Pres. Joyce Banda expresses concern over maize damage in storage; Admarc ...
The Maravi Post
Speaking to journalists Monday at news conference upon arrival from the United Kingdom, Botswana and the US, the Malawi leader said she received a report about the maize damage but she assured Malawians they wouldn't go hungry as there was maize ...
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Malawi Police arrest one suspect in murder of Zomba guard
Nyasa Times
Police in Zomba have confirmed the arrest of Sailesi Abiyala Binali (40) for alleged murder of 40-year-old Abwino Mwayi Kachipapa in the district. Eastern Region Police spokesperson Thomeck Nyaude on Tuesday said the suspect on March 27 2013 ...
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Nyasa Times
Ntata rubbishes Malawian online reports for exaggerated reporting of treaso ...
The Maravi Post
MZUZU—Youthful London based Malawian Lawyer and former Presidential legal advisor Z. Allan Ntata has expressed disappointment with the way some Malawian online media outlets are reporting matters surrounding the treason case in which he was ...
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Medical personnel condemned to prison for sexual assault
allvoices
A medical personnel working at Malawi's central hospital in the country's northern region has been sentenced to eight years imporisonment with hard after being found of sexually assaulting a mentally ill woman. The Malawian Clinician was accused of ...
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Bellew Wants Redemption, Chilemba Says 'No UK' Fight
BoxingScene.com
Liverpool's Tony "Bomber" Bellew (174lbs) failed to fire on Saturday night when meeting Malawi's Isaac "Golden Boy" Chilemba (173lbs) at Liverpool's Echo Arena in an eliminator for Chad Dawson's WBC light-heavyweight title. Bellew was made to miss on a ...
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The media hype,the development talk
Cocorioko
Take note that Sierra Leone, Senegal, Malawi and Cape Verde have made significant progress toward promoting self-governing reform. President Ernest Bai Koroma, during his visit attended several meetings with his host, President Barack Obama at the ...
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