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JournAIDS calls for radical change of food habits and life style amid diabetes escalation in Malawi

Mtandire Diabetes GroupBy: Lloyd M’bwana

 

The country’s Journalists Association against AIDS (JournAIDS) has emphasized the need for the general public to seriously change the eating and social habits in a bid to lessen the escalation of diabetes \which has halted business and production in Malawi.

 

According to the 2009 STEP survey on Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs), the Malawi government and World Health Organization (WHO) conducted revealed 5.6 percent of the diabetes prevalence rate in the country.

Bakili Muluzi sold his soul to the likes of Gadhafi, if that’s a crime arrest him

Bakili Muluzi and Gaddaffi

A story is told in political circles that a Minister in the Bakili Muluzi Government was on an official trip to Europe. While there he got a directive to pass through Libya and collect a briefcase the contents of which can only be concluded to have been millions in hard Cash American Dollars.

NCIC Hope for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Malawi

Chief Executive Officer Linda PhiriBy Tenson Zobo

With its narrow economic base, limited agro- processing industries, over dependency on rain-fed agriculture and biomass for household energy, Malawi is highly vulnerable to the adverse impacts of climate change and extreme weather events hence National Construction Industry Council of Malawi embarking on tree planting campaign in Lilongwe yesterday.

Chief Executive Officer for NCIC Linda Mzumara Phiri reiterated at event meeting that the impact of climate change is felt hard by people in rural areas hence registering more cases of flooding, poverty, dry spells, deforestation and just to mention a few.

Comrade Robert Mugabe not slowing down in 2016 as he castigates UN and saved the best for Obama

Robert MugabeZimbabwean President Robert Mugabe was given a standing ovation by his peers at the African Union (AU) summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on Saturday as he handed over the chair of the body with a rousing speech, filled with more than his usual invective against former colonists, imperialists, Westerners, US President Barack Obama, the United Nations, and whites.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon squirmed in his seat on the podium when the 91-year-old Mugabe - still feisty despite the annual eruption of rumours about his death this month - threatened that Africa would walk out of the UN unless it was given permanent representation on the UN Security Council.

Peter Mutharika preaches unity among Political Parties in Malawi as CMD calls out PP on Cashgate

Peter MutharikaCross-party dialogue remains a key factor in cementing democratic values among Malawians and eradicate political misunderstanding and violence among political players in the country, says President Arthur Peter Mutharika.

His remarks came at a meeting with Centre for Multiparty Democracy (CMD) at Kamuzu Palace on Thursday where the lobbying body went to introduce to him the institution and its products.

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