Our Reporter on 19th Dec

By: Lloyd M’bwana   The Malawi Police have arrested their own colleague from prosecution department in connection with the killing of Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director of Corporate Affairs Issa Njauju in July this year, 2015.   Nicholas Gondwa, Malawi Police National Spokesperson confirmed to the local press on Thursday, December 17, the arrest...

Our Reporter on 19th Dec

Serah Oyindamola Joshua, the first daughter of famous Nigerian Pastor T.B. Joshua, was one of the 3,277 who were called to the Bar on December 15th and 16th, having successfully completed the September 2015 Bar Final Examinations at the Nigerian Law School. In an exclusive interview with The Guardian, Serah revealed that she will also be called to the...

Our Reporter on 19th Dec

BY GNRC Media Team The Good News Revival Centre (GNRC) has donated maize, beans and salt worth about K2 million to the Chichiri prison in Blantyre. The donation comes at a time when authorities at the facility have admitted struggling to meet the food demands. GNRC Founder, Bishop Nedson Milanzi said on Monday that the gesture meant to exemplify the...

Our Reporter on 19th Dec

Two Nigerians have been included in a list compiled by American website www.ranker.com detailing the most famous ‘prophets’ in history. T.B. Joshua, Pastor of The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) was included at number 15 while Joseph Ayo Babalola, the founder of Christ Apostolic Church (CAC), made it to 36. ...

Our Reporter on 19th Dec

According to my English professor a good mystery story must have five basic but important elements. These five elements as taught to me are the characters, the setting, the plot, the problem, and the solution. These essential elements keep the story running smoothly and allow the clues to the solution of the mystery to be revealed in a logical way that...

Our Reporter on 18th Dec

By Dr. David Leffler The state-run Saudi Press Agency has announced that 34 nations are forming a new “Islamic military alliance” to fight terrorism. But will this new alliance really be able to prevent future terrorist attacks and create lasting peace? There is no statistically validated guarantee that the military strategy of fighting...

MZUZU (Maravi Post)—Big as well sad news out of Mzuzu city in Malawi’s northern region at this hour is that the mighty Mzuzu University Library is as we write on heavy fire. All the books have been razed down by the fire, everything, computers, what have you have been destroyed. ...

Our Reporter on 17th Dec

• In West Africa, six women out of eight with breast cancer will die in five years. In the West, those numbers are reversed• New study in Ghana confirms that black women are more likely to suffer from a rare form of breast cancer called triple-negative, which attacks women younger, is more aggressive and is harder to treat In Ghana: Cancer Ward,...

Our Reporter on 17th Dec

By: Lloyd M’bwana The Malawi government has secured US$12.3 million grant from Green Climate Fund (GCF) in a bid to enhance early warnings systems as part of disaster risk reduction for the next six years. The grant is part of the benefits agreement to the nation of the just ended 21st Conference of Parties (COPs-21) which was slated for November...

Our Reporter on 17th Dec

By: Lloyd M’bwana The country’s two human rights watchdogs, Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) and Centre for Development of People (Cedep) have asked the Malawi government to openly publish the purportedly inconsistencies on Access to Information (ATI) Bill for the public to appreciate as to why the bill was not table in the last...