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Last Updated: 22 May 2014
Media Monitoring
The Sunday Times.
(24 May 2009)
The Sunday Times.

May 24, 2009
  1. Women up by 8% in parliament. – Pg 2
  2. Analysts fault presidents, ministers. – Pg 2
  3. Police want peace after polls. – Pg 2
  4. MCP turns on Tembo. – Pg 3
  5. Convict wins parliamentary seat. – Pg 3
  6. UDF protests Mulanje poll. – Pg 4
  7. Well managed polls with defects – EU. – Pg 4
  8. Christian, Muslim leaders congratulate Bingu. – Pg 5
  9. Anti-smoking versus tobacco. – Pg 6
  10. Christian, Muslim leaders congratulate Bingu. – Pg 6
  11. Thanks giving prayers son. – Pg 7
  12. A sacrifice of praise for leaders. Pg 7
  13. End of an era. – Pg 2
  14. Time to move on. – Pg 2
  15. Life and work of Dr. Bingu Wa Mutharika. – Pg 2
  16. Mose was lero walks the talk. – Pg 3
  17. Life and work of Malawi’s veep, Joyce Banda. – Pg 6
  18. May 19 elections: Reading beyond the results. – pg 7
  19. Let the work of my hands, speak for me. – Pg 10
  20. Congratulations, but bewares of challenges ahead. – Pg 11
  21. Interesting quotes during 2009 elections. – Pg 14
  22. 2009 polls: Dreams, aspirations and the future. – Pg 15
  23. Let’s put the country first – Chilumpha. - Pg 18
  24. Well done Bingu and Joyce but… - Pg 22
  25. Nsanje has decided: Exit NRP, enter DPP. – Pg 26
  26. He who the cap fits, let him wear it. - Pg 30
  27. Remembering misplaced ministers. – Pg 11
  28. President Bingu wa Mutharika in pictures. – Pg 10
  29. Malawians have spoken. – Pg 11

Report: 1. Number of Items: 29

Number of Items related to elections: 25














  Monitored Dates
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