Written by Hardwell Uplifted Sinoya
"I will say something even if it means going to jail, zusiyana pati kunja kuno nkukhala kundende" Hon Lucius Banda.
Waking up early morning on Sunday last week, my toddler reminded to drop her at church for Sunday school. My usual routine on Sunday mornings is picking up a Nation on Sunday newspaper to enjoy the pieces there in.
With the burning issue of 2015/2016 fiscal budget fresh in mind, l rushed to the Muckraker's column to browse what was his take going to be on the issue which has left dozens of Malawians speechless. I just knew the column was going to be so attractive to many of us news readers.
Written by YAMIKANI SIMUTOWE MARAVIPOST
Malawi's columnist and journalist Ralphael Tenthani has died. Raphael Tenthani was also an award winning BBC Correspondent and former Consulting Editor for the country's media giant, Times Media Group, died Saturday evening after being involved in an accident on his way to Ntcheu from Blantyre.
Written by malawimuslims.com
Former Muslim Association of Malawi ( MAM ) National Chairman Sheikh Yusuf Kanyamula has died. Kanyamula died around 2 am on Monday.
He will be buried on Tuesday in Kwera Village T/A Kalomo, Ntchisi.
Written by JAMES ODZIWA MARAVIPOST
Edward Chitsulo was a great, Selfless Professional worthy emulating writes CHRR and CEDEP in a press release made available to The Maravi Post.
We, the Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) and Centre for Development of People (CEDEP), would like to join all Malawians, the media fraternity, the academia, the government, the civil society, the opposition and all relevant stakeholders locally and internationally in offering our heartfelt condolences to the family of Chitsulo, Nation Publications Limited and the entire media fraternity following the demise of one of Malawi’s great sons Edward Chitsulo, who until his death was serving as Managing Editor of one of Malawi’s leading print media Nation Publications Limited.
Written by MANA
Blantyre, February 24: Thousands of people led by Bishop Brighton Malasa gathered at Misesa Cemetery in Blantyre on Friday to pay their last respect to the late Reverend Father Constantine Kaswaya of the Anglican Church.
The late Reverend Kaswaya succumbed to Asthma on Tuesday afternoon at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH).
He was laid to rest next to his late wife Bertha, who died last year in December. The funeral ceremony, started with a mass at 10:30am.