Malawi joins the world to welcome 2013

From Face of Malawi Wed Jan 2 2013, 01:17:42

Celebrations are being held in Malawi and around the world to mark the New Year. Hundreds of people gathered around various places to mark the entrance into the year 2013 mostly with firework display. Drinking joints have also been full throughout the night with some parties also taking place in home and various places. Yet [...]

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