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One stop to justice: Inside this country’s answer to the Thuthuzela Care Centres

Chikwanekwanes are trying to make it easier for rape survivors to get care, counselling and legal help under one roof but it's easier said than done.

Malawi MPs seek to triple their salaries

Parliamentarians in Malawi are pushing a law that would triple their salaries, saying they require the increase to meet the needs of their communities

Malawi, Britain on speaking terms again

Malawi's president says his country has "initiated dialogue" with Britain aimed at defusing a spat that saw the countries expel each other's envoys.

British envoy asked to leave Malawi

Britain's envoy to Malawi has been asked to leave the country after he was quoted in a newspaper expressing concern about the president's intolerance.

Malawi rights group pays fines to free elderly ‘witches’

A Malawian rights group said it had paid fines to secure the release of three elderly women sent to prison for witchcraft.

Outrage at Malawi gay jailing

The United States, Europe and rights groups expressed outrage and alarm on Friday at Malawi's jailing of a married gay couple.

Malawi court sentences gay couple to 14 years in prison

A Malawi court has sentenced a gay couple to the maximum 14 years in prison for unnatural acts and gross indecency.

Malawi churches says homosexuality is ‘sinful’

Malawi church leaders say that homosexuality is "sinful" and urge Western nations to withdraw threats to halt aid to the Southern Africa country.

Malawi govt backs Madonna in land dispute

In a land dispute pitting Madonna against Malawian villagers, the government has sided with the pop star, saying it had planned to develop the plot.

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Colgate-Palmolive South Africa donates one million bars of soap

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