Inno Kumchedwa

Inno Kumchedwa

Old Mutual (Malawi) has expressed satisfaction with strides made in its "Kuitsata Pension Yanu" campaign launched in October last year.

Patuma is a commercial sex worker. She ekes her living through sex. She says her work is dehumanizing. This is because decisions in her work are mostly made by her clients.

She is one of the many women that suffer from unimaginable violence that is concealed in commercial sex rooms in Malawi: a story of women suffering in silence.

Such women are forced into sex without condoms, for example, in situations where the women are drunk or where the husband’s sexual behaviors are known to risk the lives of their wives, which puts the women in the harm’s way of injury and disease.

In this special investigation, Innocent Kumchedwa encounters not only sex workers like Patuma but spouses as well who lament the dominance of men on matters of sex and its effects.

Innocent, further ponders on the opportunities some newly invented scientific means to prevent sexually transmitted infections provide for these vulnerable women.

Fatsani Keneth is a 15-year-old form one student at Malowa Community Day Secondary School in Chipoka Salima.

Innocent Kumchedwa investigates the dilemma of some parents to disclose early to their children, born with HIV, their status.  

71-year-old Stelia Saka from Chavu village Traditional Authority Chiwere in Dowa, for the past three years has been harvesting just enough for her five-member family.

Old Mutual Pensions Services Company (OMPSC) and Old Mutual Malawi Life Assurance Company (OMMLAC) have launched a mass campaign that will among others highlight beneficiary nomination and pension claims procedures.

Old Mutual Malawi Limited is set to host the second edition of the Partnership Conversation Series (OMPCS), a tailor-made event aimed at enhancing partnerships and conversations that would propel development, shared value  and mindset change.

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