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Tendai Tambala crowned Miss MCA

Tendai TambalaTendai Tambala has been crowned Miss MCA in pageant last weekend, beating out 5 other contestants.

Lusubilo Mwaungulu who is studying IMIS, and Maggie Maonga who is studying CIPs were the runners-up during Saturday's competition at held at Amazon (formerly Zanzi) in Lilongwe.

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BBC World Service holds a digital conference on Ebola

BBC2 March 2015. BBC World Service is spearheading a global digital conference on Ebola, “Getting to zero and rebuilding for the future”.  On Tuesday 3 March 2015, the one-day event will create an international forum across platforms for audiences – especially those in affected areas – to discuss the continuing outbreak and to ask questions directly to the decision-makers leading the fight against Ebola. 

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Gwamba and Goerge Kalukusha to go acoustic at Champions Bar Saturday 28th February

GwambaReach Out Arts (ROAR) has organized an acoustic show this Saturday, 28th February. The show, in association with The Champions Bars, is aimed squarely at providing a fully-dedicated event for lovers of music, the acoustic guitar and other acoustic instruments.

Gwamba has released excellent music the past year to date, it will be a pleasing site to see these amazing songs in an acoustic performance. You don’t want to miss this.

MUMA Awards 2014: Best Hip hop and Rap award goes to Tay Grin

Tay  Grin The 2014 MUMA Awards are over, the winners have been declared, and it looks like Dan Lu and Princess Chitsulo have  emerged victorious with the most wins of the night. 

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Phyzix makes big comeback in Malawi urban music

A TeamMarketing and banking may be his day job but Phyzix’s (real name Noel Limbani Chikoleka) talent for hip-hop and urban music will propel him to the international stage.

Originally from Lilongwe’s Area 25, Phyzix, 28, is an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing currently working fulltime with Opportunity Bank (OIBM) as a Marketing Officer, which makes it challenging for the rapper to work on his studio projects. But this didn’t stop the rapper from releasing his Gamba wa Suit album in May last year.

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