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Tsoka Liyenda; Piksy’s brand new face

For an artist who is best known with songs like Unamata, Uncle short one, and Appetizer; listening to his brand new song Tsoka Liyenda would say for itself the new dimension his career is taking.

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Looking for a T-shirt labelled ‘I am not Nigerian’

Nigerian FlagAbout 1000 Nigerians are languishing in Chinese jails; one out of every five Nigerians in Thailand is serving a jail term, about 1000 Nigerians in British jails and 500 are in Brazilian jails.

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Crown Prince Makhosi Jere's wedding on this Saturday, Joyce Banda scheduled to attend

Soon to be RoyaltyBLANTYRE (MaraPost)--President Joyce Banda will this Saturday the 12th April 2014 attend the wedding ceremony of His Royal Highness, Crown Prince of the Inkosi Ya Makhosi M'mbelwa.

The wedding of Mkhosi Zwangendaba Jere to Beauty Munthali will place at his headquarters (Mkosini) in Edingeni in northern district of Mzimba.

Msosa’s suspected assailant released forcibly by police

Malawi Police LOGOMANGOCHI, April 10, 2014: There was drama at Mangochi Police Station on Thursday when Members of the Muslim Community stormed the establishment to have a person arrested for being suspected to be behind the assault of People’s Party (PP) Provincial Chairperson for the Eastern Region Samson Msosa released.

Msosa was earlier in the week attacked by some people he claimed were United Democratic Front (UDF) loyalists when he attempted to rescue one of the sheikhs who was abducted by Muslims believed to be UDF sympathizers at the district’s Islamic Information Bureau.

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The Cuban story that is never told: More doctors for Brazil’s poor

Cuba Doctors with Brazil PresidentIt is 2:00pm and doesn’t appear to be a Sunday, a day of rest and recreation. Groups of men and women wearing white coats come and go, at the speed of someone about to miss a train. The usually tranquil Medical Collaboration Center (UCCM) is abuzz with activity.

Dr. Yvonne Rodríguez García, with eight years as the Unit’s deputy director for analysis, management and medical services, is aware of every move, many involving her directly. She remains unflappable, a characteristic undoubtedly acquired over the years during which she has worked at every level of health services in Cuba and during her missions to Pakistan and Honduras. With aplomb and common sense, she is dealing with a major priority, explaining, "This week, all the doctors still lacking must leave for Brazil." This group will complete the contingent of 11,430 Cuban doctors participating in Brazil’s Más Médicos program, who began arriving in early 2013.

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