Yellow chitenje (pl. zitenje) cloth with portrait of Pope John Paul II repeated across the center. Each portrait is surrounded by the text "Pope John Paul II -- visit to Malawi, May 1989" and a blue border. Designs repeated across the top and bottom of the cloth incorporate the papal emblem (with two crossed keys and the Triregnum, or crown with three levels) and an emblem with a stylized cross and the letter M. Other designs include a stylized letter "J" and a cord.
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.
Blue, red, and white kanga with three portraits of Barack Obama in the center, surrounded by images of the United States flag. The text "Yes we can -- Obama" appears at the bottom, and "2008" is repeated around the entire border.
Pink chitenje (pl. zitenje) cloth. Three female figures repeated in border with text "Voterani Aphungu Achizimayi." Design repeated with large circle depicting female speaker in front of a crowd with "Voterani Aphungu Achizimayi" along the top and bottom of the circle. Each large circle is connected to four small circles, two with the text "Pace-Net" above a circle enclosing an outline of Africa against a brick background; two with the text "Gender Equality Support Project (GESP) - CIDA)."
Cloth with patterned, horizontal stripes of green, yellow, and black. Over the stripes is a repeated pattern of large swags decorated with emblems, flags, and the 50 year logo of Ghana frame a portrait of Kwame Nkrumah. The 50 year logo read " 50 GHANA Championing African Excellence" in English. An alternating patter of Ghanaian flags and political emblems run along the bottom of the cloth. Smaller ribbon motifs flank the top and bottom of the nation's flags identifying Dr. Kwame Nkrumah as the "FIRST PRIME MINISTER" and the dates of indepenence "MARCH 1957 GHANA INDEPENDENCE MARCH 2007" in English.