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Reverend Father Constantine Kaswaya Raid to rest in Malawi

Reverend Kaswaya laid to restBlantyre, 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.

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Former broadcaster Mrs Joyce Deliwe Ng'oma has died

Former broadcaster Mrs Joyce Deliwe Ng'oma has died. Mrs Ng'oma passed on Thursday at Mwaiwanthu Hospital in Malawi's commercial capital, Blantyre.

Mrs Ng'oma worked for State controlled Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) and was the host of several programmes including "Your Choice" and Chorus for Sunday" on Radio 1.

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Malawi's Catholic Bishop Joseph Mukasa Zuza has died in a car accident

Bishop ZuzaThe Catholic Secretariat of the Episcopal Conference of Malawi has announced the tragic death of Rite Reverend Bishop Joseph Mukasa Zuza. Bishop Zuza died from the serious injuries he sustained in a car accident in Chikangawa near Nthungwa in Mzimba district.

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Malawi President Mutharika urged Malawians to emulate Bishop Joseph Zuza

Peter Mutharika

LILONGWE, Malawi – 19 January 2015 (MaraviPost): President of the Republic of Malawi H.E. Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika has hailed late Bishop Joseph Mukasa Zuza as courageous person whose legacy and contribution to the country need to be studied.

"As a leader of Episcopal Conference of Malawi; late Zuza was very tolerant, generous, calm, understanding, knowledgeable and courageous judging from how he used to handle issues of religious and national interest. He was a Champion for change and as Malawians, we will miss such a true servant of God" said Mutharika during the burial ceremony of late Bishop Zuza which was held in Mzuzu.

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Malawi:Area 23 Police Unit late Sergeant Trouble Muotcha burial today

Malawi Policeman deadLilongwe, January 14: Late Sergeant Trouble Muotcha who died in the line of duty after his duty station at Area 23 Police Station was petrol bombed early Monday morning will be buried Wednesday.

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