Written by Ihechukwu Njoku
On Friday 12th June 2015, thousands of Africans from more than 10 nations converged in South Africa to celebrate the birthday of controversial Nigerian Pastor T.B. Joshua.
The event, which was held at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, South Africa, was dubbed ‘A Celebration Of Love’, a reference to Joshua’s popular slogan ‘let love lead’.
Written by Carmen Bartolo
Amit Dutta from Upper Hutt, Wellington was honored Sunday night, April 12, at the 31st Annual L. Ron Hubbard Achievement awards at the prestigious Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles, California. This year also marks the silver anniversary for the Illustrators of the Future Contest as it celebrates 25 years of recognizing the work of aspiring artists, many of whom have since gone on to successful careers in the field of visual arts.
Written by Godfrey Chakawera Munthali
Leading pay television provider MultiChoice Malawi has trained teachers at Kasasa private School in Dwangwa on how to use the DStv education Bouquet which has been installed at the school.
Parents and guardians at the school carried out various fundraising activities in order to purchase the DStv High Definition PVR decoder and MultiChoice has offered free subscription to the DStv Education bouquet content.
Written by Prince Henderson
The Episcopal Conference of Malawi (ECM) with financial support from the Atlas-alliansen of Norway through the Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) has embarked on a three months pilot project on mainstreaming disability rights in the Human Rights and Theology project which will be implemented in the central region district of Mchinji.
Outlining the ECM project content at NCA’s Malawi office, ECM’s National Education Programmes Coordinator, Stephen Ndhlovu said the goal of the project is to contribute to the reduction of incidences of stigma and discrimination amongst people with disabilities in Mchinji district.