People of Group Village Headman Kumayani T/A Chimutu in Lilongwe district are living in fear after elephants were found roaring in the area yesterday in the morning. The Elephants which were Four in number were seen eating in maize field in the morning hours of 4th May. When the news reached to the neighboring villages, … More Fled Elephants Scare Villagers in Lilongwe
In a bid to improve sanitation and health of people in Chiradzulu district, Catholic Development Commission in Malawi (CADECOM) in partnership with Chiradzulu District Council has urged the people to stop open defecation. Therefore urging them to start using improved pit latrines to avoid contacting diseases such as Cholera. Speaking during the meeting aimed at … More The Road to Open Defecation Free
Chancellor College’s outgoing special needs students have been challenged by coordinator for special needs students to demonstrate all the academic skills they have acquired over the course of their studies to the corporate world. Speaking during the farewell ceremony for the final year special needs students held at Chancellor College on Saturday, the coordinator, Mr. … More Special Needs Students Urged to be Aggressive
In a bid to deal with challenges in their area, Chiwamba Youth for Change (CYFC) has launched a Reach Out and Touch project through which less privileged people in T/A Chimutu, Lilongwe will be helped in different ways. Speaking during the launch of the project at Balang’ombe Teachers Development Centre (TDC) on 3rd March 2018, … More Chiwamba Youths on a Go; Launch a Reach-out and Touch Project
Today (March 3) is a special day; every year we commemorate political heroes, the martyrs, the true sons and daughters of this land who shed blood, suffered and give their lives in the struggle against British colonialism for the sake of attaining freedom in this country. As we are freely living and rejoicing the mother … More Lets Join Hands in Commemorating Our Freedom Fighters
The allegations of bloodsucking in Mulanje and Phalombe has spread like wildfire and mounted fears amongst several Malawians mostly in the affected areas and the neigbouring districts. As it stands now, there is a lot that can be said apart from the fact that many quarters have dismissed the presence of bloodsuckers in the country … More Does the Blood Sucking Saga Speak of Malawi’s Cultural, Political and Economic Illness?
By Deborah Chinyanga Mvula Inspired by the zeal of spreading the gospel across the country and beyond borders, Mayamiko decided to start music. The inspired individual started music a way back when she was 9 years of age. By then she was a chair person of Anglican Church. Her career in music grew because she … More Meet Mayamiko Zingani, the Upcoming Gospel Artist
According to the constitution of Malawi, each and every person is entitled to human rights. This does not depend on a person’s background, tribe, race, gender, age, and so on. We are all protected by these human rights in one way or another. But the question arises on to what extent should we practice these … More “Do Human rights also have limitations?”
For so long in Africa, women have been perceived to have weak character as compared to men which makes them to be ineligible to hold or possess some other things. Women have for so long been oppressed in different sectors because of gender aspect which the society has attached to most things such as attaining … More Teresa Temweka Ndanga; a Woman with Courage
Rainy Season is here once again and farmers are busy planting different crops. This is the time a lot of children suffer a lot because they are forced to work in farms, shunning school lessons. For a couple of the previous years, Tobacco Farming in the country has been blamed because it has been established … More Chioko Youths: “Kudos CYECE for ARISE Project”.