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State of the Nation Address: Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative remains on Malawian President's agenda

On 5 May 2015, President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika opened the fourth meeting of the 45th Session of Parliament and the 2015/2016 Budget Meeting in Lilongwe. 384 more words

Malawian Government

Big Three’s Pacquiao vs. Mayweather joint broadcast is no pipe dream…


DUBBED AS the “Fight of the Millennium,” Manny Pacquiao finally tastes his eagerness to face the undefeated Floyd Mayweather, Jr. 281 more words

Philippine Television

Vigilant Broadcasting on Media Watch - March 16

(11:50 AM) “Hindi lang yung self-esteem yung ine-enchance rin ito, but yung relationship kuno. Usually ang nagse-selfie ang mga kabataan. Among adolescents, usually ang issue nila, mga body build, sa pamamagitan ng pagse-selfie, yun yung basis ng pagpayat, meeting the standards of the culture. 2,056 more words

Breaking News

Scrambling Your Signal or Your Brain?

Hunter S Thompson once said, [p]olitics is the art of controlling your environment.” This statement rings true when considering the events that unfolded at the State of The Nation Address (SONA) in Cape Town. 644 more words

South African Politics

GFA can't develop league by itself - Alex Akumey

Vice President of Ghana Premier league side, New Edubiasie, Alex Akumey has called on the government to provide infrastructure to aid in the development of the local leagues. 158 more words


State of the Nation Address - Who won? And Julius Malema the hero the common has been looking for

The State of the Nation Address and the spectacle that went hand in hand with it is probably one of the biggest news stories in South Africa this year and, in my opinion, sadly perhaps one of the most insignificant. 696 more words


SONA 2015: The day it all fell apart

President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation Address 2015 was marred by unprecedented scenes of anarchy in Parliament on Thursday.
I was in the press gallery covering the historic event, which began with journalists protesting because the cell phone signal had been scrambled. 66 more words

Parliamentary Work