Total Pageviews

Thursday, 11 April 2013

Google Alert - Malawi

News11 new results for Malawi
 
Malawi launches stinging attack on Madonna
AFP
BLANTYRE, MalawiMalawi has launched a stinging attack on US pop icon Madonna, accusing her of expecting "gratitude" and VIP treatment during a visit last week to her charity work in the southern African country. It was "strange and depressing" that ...
See all stories on this topic »
Malawi's Joyce Banda attacks Madonna for 'bullying' trip
Telegraph.co.uk
The 54-year-old pop star, who has adopted two children from the impoverished African country, wanted the Malawian government to "roll out a red carpet and blast the 21-gun salute in her honour", according to the statement in the name of President Joyce ...
See all stories on this topic »

Telegraph.co.uk
Malawi labels Madonna a 'bully' after recent visit
BBC News
Malawi has accused US singer Madonna of "bullying state officials" after she reportedly complained about her treatment on a visit to the country. Madonna - who has adopted two Malawian-born children - recently visited schools her charity helped fund.
See all stories on this topic »

BBC News
Concern over Malawi's decision on arbitration
BDlive
Malawi's position in favour of the International Court of Justice's arbitration is not new. After last October's failed bilateral talks between the Sadc neighbours, Malawi said it wanted the dispute taken to the court for arbitration, while Tanzania ...
See all stories on this topic »
Malawi Government Criticizes Madonna After Visit
RollingStone.com
Madonna received angry criticism from the Malawi government today, including claims that the singer used her fame and money to demand VIP treatment for her tour through the country last week. According to the Associated Press, the president's office ...
See all stories on this topic »

RollingStone.com
Madonna criticized by Malawi government over VIP treatment
Washington Post (blog)
Madonna has had a major falling-out with the government of Malawi, the African nation she once took on as her pet cause. Madonna visits with students at Mkoko primary school in Chorwe, in Kasungu Province in Malawi last week. (Nathan Rissman ...
See all stories on this topic »
Malawi accuses Madonna of blackmail; Pres. Banda's sister Anjimile comments
The Maravi Post
BLANTYRE--The Malawi government has accused US pop diva Madonna of lying and blackmail following the singer's controversial week-long tour to the southern African country. A strongly-worded statement issued Wednesday by State House in the capital, ...
See all stories on this topic »

The Maravi Post
Madonna furore: Activists caution Malawi Govt against 'enemy action'
Nyasa Times
Malawi human rights activists have asked government to tread carefully in the way it is handling pop diva Madonna, following a strongly worded statement issued Wednesday by the president's office, State House, in the capital, Lilongwe. The statement ...
See all stories on this topic »

Nyasa Times
Malawi President Joyce Banda disses Madonna
San Francisco Examiner
Madonna showed up in the African country of Malawi last week to mix with the unwashed and spread good cheer--and to show that she meant business she didn't wear much makeup. The entertainer bankrolls a few children's charities there, so she probably ...
See all stories on this topic »

San Francisco Examiner
Malawi's president questioned Madonna's schools claim
ITV News
Last week, Malawi's President was reportedly angered by Madonna's claim to have built ten schools in the country. She is quoted as saying: "Where are the 10 schools she has built? She is just building school blocks at already existing schools. In some ...
See all stories on this topic »

ITV News
Mutharika sets up media task force to drum up support, fight Malawi Pres. Banda
Nyasa Times
In its effort to get back into government, opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has instituted a propaganda media task force to help drum up public support and bolster the image of its acting President Peter Mutharika. The development comes a ...
See all stories on this topic »

Nyasa Times


Tip: Use site restrict in your query to search within a site (site:nytimes.com or site:.edu). Learn more.

Delete this alert.
Create another alert.
Manage your alerts.

No comments: