Area 49 SDA Church Dorcas Fete Orphaned Children

Women of Area 49 Seventh day Adventist Church in Lilongwe on Sunday gave orphaned children from the area an early festive party when they hosted them for lunch.

Israel/West Bank: Grant Palestinians Equal Rights

(Jerusalem, December 17, 2019) – Israel should grant Palestinians in the West Bank rights protections at least equal to those afforded Israeli citizens, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today, citing Israel’s 52 years of occupation with no end in sight. The law of occupation permits occupiers to restrict some civil rights in the early days of an occupation based on limited security justifications, but sweeping restrictions are unjustified and unlawful after five decades.

Gyan Gives Rendition of Bob Marley Song to Teammate

Asamoah Gyan displayed his music skills once again after singing "Could you be beloved" by famous reggae artiste Bob Marley to his NorthEast United teammate Jose Leudo.

Real Madrid v Man City in UCL Last 16

Pep Guardiola faces a resumption of hostilities with Real Madrid after Manchester City were drawn against the Spanish giants in the last 16 of the Champions League, while there will be a rerun of the 2012 final when Chelsea meet Bayern Munich.

EGENCO Improves Power Generation

Electricity Generation Company (EGENCO) says power generation has improved following the rains the country is receiving that have improved water levels in Shire River.

Prof. Ncozana Preaches Peace

One of pioneers who were in the vanguard of formation of the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) in 1992, Professor Silas Ncozana, has called on leaders to tame dialogue over violence.

Expert Tips Govt on New Custom Excise Policy

An economic analyst Chiku Kalilombe has tipped the Malawi Revenue Authority to place leverage on the new custom and excise policy, saying it should be used with the right intentions as some are likely to boost the tourism industry.

Mulanje Mob Turns Nasty

There were nasty scenes on Monday morning when angry mob descended on two men suspected to have had a hand on the death of Mr. Rodrick Gomiwa on Sunday evening.

Rose Chibambo Book Launched

A book that chronicles the life of one of the country’s post independent freedom fighters has been launched in Lilongwe Monday.

ConCourt Blows K240m and Counting

The Constitutional Court handling the presidential election case says it has, so far, used up about 240 million Kwacha of taxpayers’ money since July and that figure is going up.

MLS Calls for Electoral System Change

Malawi Law Society (MLS) has called on politicians to reflect on recalling and passing the 50 + 1 electoral reform bill in respect of how future elections will be conducted.

Citizen-Will Key to Rooting-out Corruption-Pundits

A cross-section of Malawians, social and political experts agree that collective citizen will and action is key to ending corruption and plunder of public resources in Malawi.

Water Project Changing Livelihoods

Ministry of Agriculture has hailed success of the Sustainable Rural Water and Sanitation, Infrastructure for improved health and livelihood project in three of five target districts.

Most Electrical Installers Incompetent-Mera

The Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority says the level of incompetence’s and shortcuts by electrical installers in the country has reached worrisome levels, where lives of Malawians are now at risk.

Govt. Urged to Develop Epilepsy Action Plan

Two Epilepsy centered organizations have asked government to develop a national action plan for epilepsy in order to address needs of people with epilepsy in the country.

Evangelist Attacks Greed Among Preachers

In her sermon on Saturday in Mulanje when she hosted the elderly, people with disabilities, orphans and other vulnerable people to a luncheon, evangelist Linley Mbeta said the clergy are using the pulpits for wealth accumulation by demanding offerings instead of preaching the gospel of salvation.
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