Written by Lloyd M’bwana MARAVIPOST
Article By: Lloyd M’bwana
The Malawi Interfaith AIDS Association (MIAA) in conjunction with government through Ministry of Gender, Disability and Social Welfare has launched the new campaign on violence against children which is expected to be scaled up across the nation.
The campaign launch comes barely three weeks after this year’s (2015) United Nation Development Programm (UNDP) Gender Equality Index Report ranked Malawi 170 out of 187 countries globally with several cases on children right violation which needs urgent attention.
Written by Ihechukwu Njoku
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.
Written by Madalitso Kateta
Article By Madalitso Kateta
Blantyre, 12 December: Mercy wakes up at 03.00 every morning to start her domestic chores. Despite only being 14-years-old, Mercy* is at the centre of the domestic duties at the home where she works.
Her “madam” or boss gets up three hours later at 06.00 to demand a progress report of the morning preparations before her children go to school. At her age, Mercy should also be in school, but this AIDS orphan from Neno has to work in the commercial capital of Blantyre to support her two siblings and 89-year-old grandmother back home.
Written by Godfrey Chakawera Munthali
By Godfrey Chakawera Munthali
Kasasa Private Primary School last Saturday celebrated its 20th anniversary at Kasasa Club in Dwangwa, Nkhotakota with calls on teachers to work hard and encourage competitive spirit amongst learners in order to boost quality education at the school.
Speaking at the function, the guest of honour, Wilfred Chakanika, called upon teachers to work very hard and instill the spirit of competitiveness in the learners at the school.