Written by MANA
Blantyre, March 25: Malawi nationals in Zimbabwe have donated relief items to those who were affected by the floods in Blantyre district which hit the in January.
Presenting the donation to the Blantyre District Council on Saturday, First Secretary in the Malawian Embassy in Zimbabwe, Arthur Ntandika said Malawians who live in Zimbabwe decided to make the donation after an announcement by President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika that the nation needed help for the flood victims.
Written by FRANK PHIRI
A Form Two student, Emma Katunga who is one of the winners of the TNM Ufulu @ 50 promotion winner has donated her K2m prize money to her Tsabango Community Day Secondary School for building toilets.
Katunga is one of the 50 TNM subscribers that won a total of K100 million in the Ufulu@50 promotion that TNM conducted in 2014 to celebrate with Malawians as the country commemorated 50 years of Independence.
Written by maravipost
The forensic pathologist who led other pathologists in carrying out tests to determine the cause of death of victims of the collapsed Synagogue, Church of All Nations building, Professor John Obafunwa, has told the coroner that he was mainly concerned with the cause of death of the victims and not the cause of the collapse.
Written by George Bulombola MANA
Ntcheu, March 23: In a bid to promote women’s rights for them to be self reliant and contribute effectively towards the country’s development, Concern Universal Tuesday organized a commemoration of International Women Day for Ntcheu women at Austin Village in the area of Senior Chief Makwangwala in the district.
Speaking during the ceremony which attracted women from the local community, government and nongovernmental organizations, Concern Universal Coordinator for Cross Cutting Issues under the organization’s Local Development Support Programme, Gift Munthali said his organization decided to organize the function to raise awareness on the need for women to be self reliant.
Written by MANA
Lilongwe, March 19: Government has learnt some new tricks on how it can successfully enhance the Civil Service according to Vice President, Saulos Chilima.
The V.P made the assertion Thursday at Kamuzu International Airport (KIA) when he was addressing journalists on his return from Singapore where he had gone to attend a workshop under the invitation by Global Centre for Public Service Excellence.