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Malawi upcoming artists release flood music video to amplify message on need to help victims

Artists (L-R) Rammy, Joshua & Smooth Following the unprecedented flood disaster which hit Malawi and affected districts mostly in the Southern region of Malawi, three local artists who have been working with the affected communities have released a music video to highlight the plight facing the flood victims and by extension amplifying the message on the need for all and sundry to help the victims.

Several birthday parties planned for Mugabe, 91

Robert MugabeHarare - President Robert Mugabe, who has ruled Zimbabwe for 35 years, celebrated his 91st birthday on Saturday as supporters prepared a party at Victoria Falls at which two elephants are to be slaughtered.

Several parties are planned for the president, including one Saturday night in Harare. The main event, however, will be next Saturday at a luxury hotel and golf course at the falls, on the border with Zambia.

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TB Joshua Named 'Man of the Decade' In Nigeria

TB JoshuaT.B. Joshua, the Nigerian cleric who is especially popular across Southern Africa, has been honoured as the ‘man of the decade’ for a prominent ethnic group in Nigeria. 

Joshua received the commendation from IrohinOdua, a pan-Yoruba news outlet which caters for the over 35 million Yoruba people.

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Malawi Seattle Association Alerts its Members that DC Passport Officers will be in Seattle March 2015

Malawi Seattle AssociationMembers of the Seattle Association and Malawians in Northwest, Washington, Oregon and parts of California are being informed that the Embassy of Republic of Malawi in Washington DC in a letter dated February 2, 2015 has informed the Association that Mr. Lamya, the Consular Officer, will travel to Seattle before the end of March this year to carry out the passport renewal exercise.

SADC News: TAC and South African Civil Society Under Attack

SonkeSonke Gender Justice, AIDS Accountability International and Grass Root Soccer, strongly condemn the efforts of the ANC Youth League (ANCYL), the ANC Women's League (ANCWL), the National Association of People Living with HIV/AIDS (NAPWA) and the Men’s Sector of the Free State AIDS Council to de-register the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), and we condemn their march on the TAC offices in the Free State today.

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