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22
April

Traditional leaders in the country have asked Malawians to embrace the Malawian Victims that are fleeing anti immigrant attacks currently in South Africa that have killed over seven people since they start three weeks ago.

22
April

Thousands of Malawians took to the streets in the Capital City Lilongwe to demonstrate against the current spate of xenophobic attacks in South Africa.

22
April

An 18 year old Mchinji woman is battling for her life at the district hospital after sustaining serious injuries after being battered by her husband on allegation of infidelity.

21
April

NGOs march against Xenophobia attacks

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Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in Malawi have given South African government 48 hours to end xenophobia attack to foreigners or else people will have no choice but to call a boycott of South African products and business operating in the country.

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