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 MANA/MARAVIPOST
Lilongwe, November 25: Minister of Gender, Children, Disability and Social welfare Patricia Kaliati on Tuesday, emphasized on the need for women in Malawi to be economically and self-empowered.
Kaliati made the remarks, when she officially opened the 2015 National Gender Conference (NGC) in Lilongwe.
The conference’s which is scheduled for 24-25 November, is aimed at highlighting substantive issues driving the gender agenda and Enhancing multi-sectoral and innovative dialogue around addressing gender inequalities in Malawi.
Written by Tebego Motalaote - Gabarone, Botswana
Article By:Tebego Motalaote
The immediate family of former Minister of Petroleum, Diezani Alison Madueke seems to have given up hope on the ailing health condition of their daughter.
This is just as the embattled ex-minister has ordered her relatives to jet her back into Nigeria this Friday as her condition grew worse last weekend.
Written by MARAVI POST CORRESPONDENT
November 23, 2015: The Center for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) which is one of the leading organizations that deals with issues of good governance as well as human rights in Malawi, has lobbied the community of Karonga to start advocating for developments from their elected leaders in order to make them fulfilling their promises they made during campaign period.
Speaking to the media after one day training on Monday in the district, CHRR Research and Training Coordinator Michael Kayiyatsa said most of the elected duty bearers are failing to start fulfilling their campaign promises because the community is lack advocating knowledge.