Written by YAMIKANI SIMUTOWE
BLANTYRE (Maravipost)--Mr 265, Malawi's representative to this year's Big Brother Africa reality TV show, is up for eviction this Sunday.
The Times TV presenter received five nominations from fellow Hotshots for being oppressive in the house.
While Sipe, Malawi's other rep, is safe at least this week. Her group won a task and were exempted from nominations.
With six of the seven housemates evicted so far being women, there is just one lady in danger this week--Botswana's Sheillah.
Sheillah received 10 nominations, mostly because of her attitude and temper, followed by Mack2 from Zambia, who received nine nominations.
Namibia's Luis received four nominations with most of the nominators choosing him because he had earlier wanted to willingly leave the house.
All the nominees are Sheillah, Arthur and Frankie (both Rwanda), Kacey Moore (Ghana), Luis from Namibia, Mr 265 (Malawi) and Mockey2 from Zambia.
Written by Laureen Makoza
Blantyre, 22 May: The media in Malawi continues to perpetuate sexist and stereotypical representations of women. Look no further than the front page photos of Malawi's daily newspapers- especially the coverage of the country's recent floods: the photos depict women as victims, while men are portrayed as heroes or individuals who have powerfully endured the natural disaster.
Written by Ihechukwu Njoku
A Central American venue usually reserved for elite football matches and high-class concerts reverberated with a different sound last weekend - the sound of the 'supernatural'…
The prestigious Aztec Stadium in Mexico City played host to a ‘Miracle Crusade’ with renowned African Pastor T.B. Joshua on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th May 2015.
The venue, which can hold well over 100,000 people, was filled with the sound of praise and worship led by American Gospel artists Cece Winans, VaShawn Mitchell and Alvin Slaughter, pre-empting the arrival of the Nigerian cleric, famed for his allegedly ‘miraculous’ exploits.
Written by MARAVI POST CORRESPONDENT
BLANTYRE (Maravipost)--President Peter Mutharika has assured Malawians that no person will die of hunger this year as his administration will put in place measure to assist food insecure households.
The country is facing a 120,000 metric tonnes food deficit, but Mutharika said his government with support from other organizations will ensure that all those affected have enough to take them to the next harvesting season.