Yellow, pink and blue wall hanging commemorating the official wedding of President Bakili Muluzi and Patricia Shanil Fukulani Dzimbiri (Shanil Muluzi), to whom he had already been married for 12 years. A single large circle contains a heart-shaped image of the bride and groom and the text "Happy Marriage 9th October 1999". There is a blue and yellow floral design in each corner.
Black chitenje (pl. zitenje) cloth with two circular portraits of Bakili Muluzi and numerous images of Malawi banknotes (purple, pink, gold, and blue), showing Muluzi's portrait. A red, yellow, and white border spans the top and bottom of the cloth.
Yellow chitenje (pl. zitenje) cloth featuring a portrait of Bakili Muluzi repeated across the center. A blue border contains the text "1994 Year of All People Voting". The same text is repeated in smaller type in diamond-shaped emblems across, along with the text "Congratulations from warm heart of Africa,Malawi"
Magenta, gold, and blue chitenje (pl. zitenje) commemorating the official marriange of President Bakili Muluzi and Patricia Shanil Fukulani Dzimbiri (Shanil Muluzi), to whom he had already been married for 12 years. Three circles contain a heart-shaped image of the bride and groom with the text "Happy Marriage 9th October 1999."
Blue chitenje (pl. zitenje) cloth with the text "Malawi peace and unity in the new Millennium". Diamond-shaped emblems with border text "Millennium 2000" are repeated across the cloth. The lower portion includes small portraits of Dr. H.K. Banda, Dr. Livingstone, Dr. B. Muluzi, and John Chilembwe, also repeated across the cloth.
Blue cloth. Design features circles with images of Paul Biya repeated across, with text "S.E. Paul Biya, President National du RDPC, Chef de l'Etat" and "H.E. Paul Biya, National President of the CPDM, Head of State" above and below each circle. Smaller circles depict a flame with the text "OFRDPC" and "WCPDM" bordering, and the text "Rassemblement democratique du people camerounais" and "Cameroon People's Democratic Movement" between the circles. The border repeats the text "Unite, Progres, Democratie" and "Unity, Progress, Democracy."