Written by Lloyd M’bwana MARAVIPOST
By: Lloyd M’bwana
The country’s National Civil Society Task-force on Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through Council for Non-Governmental Organisation in Malawi (CONGOMA) and Action /2015 Malawi is calling global leaders for the forth coming Conference of Parties (COPs) 21 to operationalize green climate funds.
Written by AL Jazeera/MARAVIPOST
Justice! is an explosive Al Jazeera English documentary about Anas Aremeyaw Anas’s undercover crusade to rid Ghana of judicial corruption once and for all.
Over a period of two years, the award-winning investigative journalist secretly filmed 12 Ghanaian High Court judges, 22 other judges, and 140 court officials accepting bribes. While exposing their corruption, his actions also led to the release of alleged murderers and rapists.
Written by MARAVI POST CORRESPONDENT
Washington, D.C. --- The tragic event in Paris last week was a horrific attack on humanity, but defeating an enemy as dangerous and determined as ISIL will be a long fight. Now, as the President's Administration coordinates with our partners to defeat ISIL, we cannot turn our backs on those most threatened by the terrorist group.
Written by Colleen Lowe Morna
By Colleen Lowe Morna
Johannesburg, 23 November: It’s Sixteen Days again and I am in trepidation. The media, who largely forget about us during the year, will be upon us with their incessant, last minute requests for sound bites on what this period from 25 November (International Day of No Violence Against Women) to 10 December (Human Rights Day) actually means.
It’s been that way since we started the campaign ten years ago. Is there anything new to say? 2015 has come and it’s almost gone. In 2008, Southern African Development Community (SADC) Heads of State signed the Protocol on Gender and Development, vowing to halve gender violence by 2015.
Written by Tenson Zobo
Article By Tenson Zobo
Government has said Malawi needs to accept realities and challenges a girl child faces in accessing education services and put serious strategies to overcome the situation of high illiteracy levels among them in Malawi.
Deputy Minister for Education, Science and Technology Vincent Ghambi made the revelations during a First National Girls’ Education Conference: You Educate a Girl, You Educate a Nation in Lilongwe.