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By Raphael Likaka Moderator of Blantyre Synod of the CCAP, Rev. Edna Navaya says churches should promote quality vocational and entrepreneurial training apart from providing spiritual welfare and growth.

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Malawi’s Afrobeat musician Che Wikise, has called on Non-Governmental Organizations to support his mental health awareness campaign, ‘I Can’t Kill Myself’.

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Government through the Zomba City Council is spending K1.3 billion on expanding an 800 metre stretch on the Namiwawa road to dual carriageway.

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Japan Tobacco International (JTl) Leaf Malawi Limited has encouraged its growers to plant more trees to expand and establish live ban base for tobacco farming in order to grow tobacco that is required on the market and as part of sustainable tobacco production.

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A security guard in Blantyre has been rewarded with K240,000 after he kept safe a lost phone for days before giving it back to the owner.

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Concerned Citizen called Citizen Advancement for Economic Revolution (CARE) have given Parliament seven days to remove Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director Martha Chizuma from her position failure of which they will be conducting ongoing demonstrations until their request is heard.

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Police in Mchinji have arrested five men who allegedly attacked nuns at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Convenant in the district on May 7.

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Apostle Clifford Kawinga of Salvation for All Ministries on Saturday made a donation of assorted items worth 25 Million Kwacha in Rumphi district.

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The 2022 tobacco market in the Northern Region of Malawi has opened today, with about 1,598 tobacco bales sold.

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If you are a trader or the one who wants to start trading, you are probably heard about the Metatrader 4 and the Metatrader 5.

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Zomba Civil Society Organisations Network has expressed concern over the newly amended non-governmental organisation (NGO) bill saying it is aimed at weakening civil society groups.

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Mzuzu High Court Judge Chimwemwe Kamowa has ordered the release of former Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Regional Governor for the North Rev.

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Social commentator Onjezani Kenani says Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera “must be highly commended for upholding free speech” in the country.

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In a bid to increase the availability of sugar on the local market, the Malawi Government has through the Ministry of Trade and Industry banned Illovo Sugar from exporting sugar.

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Let’s do something different this week. Instead of our usual harangue, I will start with a little role-play.

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The Monkey-Bay First Grade Magistrate’s Court on Thursday sentenced Dafuleni Chiluwe, 23, to 14 years imprisonment with hard labour for raping a 14-year-old girl.

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President Lazarus Chakwera says people in the country are free to provide his administration with constructive criticism and guidance on the most effective means of developing the country.

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Pastor Khumbo Joram who was second in command at Pastor Hastings Salanje’s God’s Chapel Ministry Church says he got blessings from Salanje to leave the church and start his own church.

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Blue Eagles have returned to the top of the TNM Super League standings following their convincing 3-0 win over Mighty Tigers at Nankhaka Stadium in Area 30 of Lilongwe city on Sunday afternoon.

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Moyale Barracks registered their second win of the season at home on Sunday after beating Karonga United 2-0 in the Tnm Super League.

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Member of Parliament for Msinja South Constituency in Lilongwe, Francis Belekanyama, on Saturday handed over a K37 million market shelter to people of Dickson area.

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Tseketseke! That sums up Patience Namadingo’s 2022 debut release titled “Sugar” which has already packed in thousands of YouTube views.

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The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is investigating UTM and Vice President Saulos Chilima over the procurement of UTM vehicles.

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The Dowa First Grade Magistrate’s Court on Thursday sentenced 22-year-old Burundian national, Vyimana Koraugustin, to 14 years’ imprisonment with hard labour for sexually abusing and impregnating his employer’s 14-year-old daughter.

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