Today, we have different denominations, ministries, and sects for various reasons because religious scholars interpret sacred texts differently. The differences in interpretation emerge because sacred books such as the Bible in Christianity, the Quran in Islam, Talmud and Torah in Judaism, were written a long time ago.
Written by Karen Chinembiri
Old Mutual Blantyre Foundation Trust and Care Malawi have signed a K108 million three-year deal which will see the two partnering in various projects benefiting the education sector with Mkanda Primary School in Mchinji being the first targeted beneficiary.
Farmers Organization Limited (FOL) has asked government to merge the post-harvest management (PHM) component in the Affordable Input Program in order to curb the losses the country is experiencing.
In June 2020, the African Union and UNICEF launched the No Name Campaign, an initiative aimed at promoting the right for every child in Africa to a legal identity, and therefore to justice. With barely half of the children under 5 years living on the continent registered at birth, thereby denying millions of others the ability to enjoy their human rights, the No Name Campaign calls on Governments and relevant stakeholders to accelerate measures that have proven efficient to provide children with a legal identity.
The Africa Renewable Energy Fund II has achieved its first close at €130 million, following a joint investment of €17.5 million from The Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa and the Climate Technology Fund through the African Development Bank.
Members of Parliament yesterday passed the 1.995 trillion kwacha 2021/2022 national budget.
Death has been recorded of a 44-year-old man after the motor vehicle; he was driving lost control and fell into Lingadzi River along Kamuzu Procession Road in Lilongwe on Monday morning.
Girls Empowerment Network (GENET) has honoured local leaders in Dowa district in recognition of their contribution to the promotion of girls’ rights.
By Wezzie Nyirongo
“It’s cancer.” Those are the piercing words that 25-year-old Deogratious Mpendamoyo recalls the day he was diagnosed with Leukemia or stage 4 Blood Cancer at the age of 17.
Kasungu District Council has applauded Good Health Organisation (GHO) for supporting 15 Youth Networks in the district with sports balls through Kulimbikitsa Ufulu WA Achinyamata (KUUWA) project.