Staged prophecy gone bad! The social media is awash with a video clip showing South African based Malawian Prophet Shepherd Bushiri performing a staged fake ipad prophecy. ...

Our Reporter on 15th Sep

Malawi Police Services have arrested Frank John, a key suspect in the killing of Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director of Corporate Affairs Issa Njauju and charged him with murder. The Death of Njauju garnered a lot of interest and social media Buzz in the country. Some people were even pointing fingers at Government as they said he was investigating...

Our Reporter on 15th Sep

By Barbara Lopi The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has ranked the top position in a global comparison of indicators of water cooperation prepared by international think-tank, Strategic Foresight Group (SFG). According to SFG’s Water Cooperation Quotient Index 2015, SADC has scored 100 in the Water Cooperation Quotient, which is...

Our Reporter on 15th Sep

New report on youth entrepreneurship in Sub-Saharan Africa paints an alarming picture of a growing population of ambitious and entrepreneurial young people who have no-where to go. The latest GEM (Global Entrepreneurship Monitor) report, titled: ‘Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs: Unlocking The Potential For A Brighter Future’, warns that Africa’s...

For the reason that Be Forward Wanderers FC won the Carlsberg cup against their old-age rival Big Bullets FC, the sponsor—Japanese leading car exporter company, Be Forward, excited with the development—has decided to celebrate the Nomads victory by offering a car— a Mazda Demio—to one lucky winner in the country by organizing an impromptu competition. ...

Our Reporter on 13th Sep

The coffee picking season is drawing to a close at Huntingdon House. This year the lodge hosted five very successful coffee tours. A day on tour at Satemwa would include a guided walk through the coffee plantation, watching the ripe cherries being picked and learning about the different varieties of coffee grown on the estate. To finish the tour off,...

Our Reporter on 13th Sep

By: Shobha Shukla, Citizen News Service – CNS Watch the video interview with Dr Anthony Harries here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PF9bILRWv1c   (CNS): There are over 1 million new TB cases in people living with HIV (PLHIV) and 320,000 HIV/TB deaths every year. Moreover HIV increases the risk of getting TB manifold – PLHIV have an...

Our Reporter on 13th Sep

Lilongwe, September 13, 2015: President Professor Peter Mutharika Sunday returned home from the World Economic Forum (WEF) in the Republic of China where he on the sidelines, discussed development projects with Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang.   Speaking on arrival at Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe, President Mutharika said Malawi would...

Our Reporter on 13th Sep

The newly established the Society for Professional Agriculturalists in Malawi (SPA) has emphasized the need for the country’s leadership to introduce agriculture as compulsory subject in primary and secondary schools in a bid to instil knowledge, among learners for invigorating the entire sector which remains Malawi’s economic backbone. The call...

Our Reporter on 13th Sep

The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) has finally inaugurated the much anticipated tuition fees on Initial Primary Teachers Education (IPTE) for 2015/2016 academic year as learners will be coughing out MK90, 000 and MK15, 000 for boarding and tuition fees respectively in a year. The development comes after the same ministry abandoned...