When Wikipedia gets to write Malawi's national history

From Africa is a Country Fri Jan 18 2013, 03:00:56

By Jimmy Kainja Malawians yesterday staged popular demonstrations against egregious rises in the cost of living brought about by the economic reforms made by President Joyce Banda, under orders from the International Monetary Fund. If the spirit of popular protest is alive and well today, it's no thanks to The Daily Times newspaper, who earlier [...]

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