Rising the Bar: Secondary School Teachers Undergo CAF D Coaching Course

Rising the Bar: Secondary School Teachers Undergo CAF D Coaching Course

The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) is conducting a 5-day CAF D License Coaching Course for Secondary school teachers at the Mpira Village in Blantyre. The course which started on Monday has attracted 16 Secondary School Physical Education (P.E.) teachers from Eight selected schools within Blantyre city. Malawian CAF instructor Carolyne Kagalu Phiri is facilitating […]

Poverty Alleviation Programmes Bearing Fruits – Chaponda

Poverty Alleviation Programmes Bearing Fruits – Chaponda

BY BLACKSON MKUPATIRA, MANA Mulanje South West Constituency legislator, George Chaponda has asked government to continue with Social Cash Transfer, and Decent and Affordable Housing Subsidy programmes, saying his people are benefiting from the two instruments. He was speaking Sunday during at the elevation ceremony of Traditional Authority Nthiramanja of Mulanje to Senior Chief Nthiramanja […]

DPP Plans Massive Campaign Rallies

DPP Plans Massive Campaign Rallies

The ruling Mighty Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has planned massive campaign rallies ahead of fresh Presidential Elections which will be conducted July this year, Party’s Director of Elections Dr. Ben Phiri confirmed. Dr. Phiri also known as the field marshal was speaking in Mangochi on Tuesday during the elevation and installation of eight traditional leaders […]

Malawi Paralympic Committee Gears For 2020 Paralympic Games

Malawi Paralympic Committee Gears For 2020 Paralympic Games

BY KINGSLEY SOWA The Malawi Paralympics Committee (MPC) Vice President, Joseph Galanje said the committee has intensified preparations ahead of this year’s Summer Paralympics games to be held in Japan from 25 August to 6 September 2020. Galanje said recently the committee sent its two athletes Taonere Banda and Alinafe Puwa with their Coach Agnes […]

Congratulations…..But APM Awinanso!

Congratulations…..But APM Awinanso!

BY FOCUS MAGANGA The ruling of the high court sitting as constitutional court on presidential election case does come with it comprehensive picture of what exactly will happen in heaven. The path to heaven is indeed narrow, and honestly I now feel some of the people we hope to see in heaven won’t be there. […]

Pastor Salanje Prophecies Doom for MCP, UTM

Pastor Salanje Prophecies Doom for MCP, UTM

When God’s servants speak forth, the wise listen, a South Africa-based Malawian Man Of God, Pastor Hastings Salanje has strongly warned opposition political parties in the country namely Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and UTM Party against celebrating court victory. The respected Man of God, Pastor Salanje made the remarks on Monday through his official facebook […]

Mzuzu Commemorates World Aids Day

Mzuzu Commemorates World Aids Day

By Ireen Mseteka Mzuzu City Mayor, Kondwani Nyasulu has said the City’s development lies in good health for its occupants, who could actively take part in various activities. He made the remarks Friday during Mzuzu City World AIDS Day commemoration, held at Mzuzu Golf Club. Nyasulu said that, “Good health is directly related to development […]

WNRCRT Courts School Children In Climate Change

WNRCRT Courts School Children In Climate Change

BY ANDREW NDHLOVU FEBRUARY 3, MANA: Wild life and Natural Resource Conservation and Rehabilitation Trust (WNRCRT) Director, Lonjezo Mwale has encouraged Primary and Secondary School students to plant more trees in efforts to mitigate adverse effects of Climate Change. Speaking during harmony International Week celebration at Chinsapo Primary school in Lilongwe, she said it was […]

Pictorial Focus: Lilongwe Turns Into Ghost Town

Pictorial Focus: Lilongwe Turns Into Ghost Town

The Capital City Lilongwe on Monday turned into a ghost town  as the city business premises were closed and the town completely deserted as the election case judgement was  been delivered at the Constitutional court in Area 3. Some shops and other business premises were closed for fear of violence but security agents were everywhere […]

Eight Days to Determine Results Not Adequate Enough-Judge

Eight Days to Determine Results Not Adequate Enough-Judge

Judge Healy Potani reading the verdict on the Presidential election case said eight days to gazette and publish results on Radio and newspapers are not adequate enough. “Resolving complaints before determination…..this period is not adequate enough for the respondent to see all complaints,” said Potani, quoting Section 99 of the Presidential and Parliamentary Act. The […]

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