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25 Jan 2017
US pop superstar Madonna appeared in person at a court in the Malawian capital Lilongwe on Wednesday to apply to adopt two more local children, a court spokesman told AFP.
22 Nov 2016
An HIV-positive Malawian man who said he slept with at least 100 girls and women in traditional cleansing rituals was to be sentenced Tuesday after being convicted of "engaging in harmful practices".
28 Oct 2016
The impact of the most severe drought to hit southern Africa in 35 years is expected to worsen in the coming months, a UN climate envoy warned Friday.
21 Oct 2016
Malawian President Peter Mutharika said Friday he was in "excellent health", dismissing rumours of illness as he made his first comments after an extended trip to the United States.
28 Jul 2016
Africa does have very beautiful places to consider for your next trip. With nature and a bit of wild life for the most attractions, here are some stunning spots to add to your next travel list ideas. Table Mountain, South Africa: Table Mountain is a flat-topped mountain that forms a major landmark which overlooks the…
26 Jul 2016
Malawian President Peter Mutharika ordered the arrest Tuesday of a man paid to have sex with more than 100 adolescent girls as part of a traditional ritual marking their passage to womanhood.
3 Jul 2016
Muntharika announced this at a development rally held in the former Malawi capital, Zomba.
8 Jun 2016
The rights group says, attacks against people with albinism increased sharply and gangs are seeking body parts to sell for use in witchcraft.
7 Jun 2016
Food shortages are growing worse in Malawi as the yield from this year’s disappointing harvest runs out for many small farmers. Across southern Africa ...
1 Jun 2016
Malawi’s President Peter Mutharika has told the BBC he feels ashamed by the attacks on albinos in his country and says the church needs to help stop them.
26 May 2016
Stronger laws are needed to protect albinos in Malawi from senseless attacks, civil rights campaigners stressed as several hundred people participated in a march to parliament in Lilongwe.
23 May 2016
Up to 50 million people in Africa will need food by Christmas as a crisis across the continent triggered by El Niño worsens, the United Nations (UN) and major international charities have warned.


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The deputy national secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, Hon. (Arc.) Setonji Koshoedo, has reacted to rumours doing the rounds that he has defected to the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC). In a statement on Monday, Hon. Koshoedo wondered who could be that threatened by his growth in politics to go to that length to…
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The Super Eagles on Monday in Bissau beat hosts Guinea Bissau 1-0 to reclaim leadership of Group A in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers.
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Cotonou, BENIN, 27 March, 2023 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/ —The World Bank today announced new support for Benin to strengthen sustainable forest management to boost climate resilience and create opportunities for local communities whose livelihoods depend on forest resources from the endangered gazetted forests in the southern, central, and northern regions of the country. This new $30 million…
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Three children were killed when an assailant opened fire at an elementary school in Nashville, Tennessee, on Monday, according to officials and media reports.
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Gov. Seyi Makinde of Oyo State has expressed his condolences to the Speaker of the Oyo State House of Assembly, Mr Adebo Ogundoyin, on the death of his mother, Mrs Justina Ogundoyin.