15 October 2018
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Lilongwe, October 11, 2018: Umuthi Natural Herbal Company has expanded its labour force by employing youth across the country as one way of complementing government’s efforts on reducing unemployment levels. Operations Manager, Chiyambi Mazengera told Malawi News Agency (Mana) on Thursday in Lilongwe, that it has spread branches to Limbe…
Mzuzu, October 10, 2018: Mzuzu City will soon have a third hotel with 45 bed rooms under the auspices of Glitz Cloud 9 Suites. The Hotel which is under construction is located in Mzuzu’s SOS Location will be called Glitz Cloud 9 and will have state of the art conference…
Blantyre, October 10, 2018: African Union (AU) will from October 16 to 18, 2018 hold its first African Forum on Cybercrime in Addis Ababa. According to a concept note on AU’s website, the forum will focus on cybercrime policies and legislation, international cooperation and capacity building. “It will focus on…
Nsanje, September 27, 2018: Vendors operating businesses at Nsanje boma market have applauded government for a new market which is currently under construction. The sentiments come after Nsanje District Council’s struggles to convince the business people to move out of the old market premises to pave way for the construction…
Rumphi, September 23, 2018: A third year student from Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (Luanar) Friday won K1 million in the Bandulo Bandulo Airtel promotion. The Rumphi based student, Nelson Mphande, who is studying a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture- Applied Economics, expressed happiness, saying the money had…
Kasungu, September 27, 2018: Kasungu District Labour Officer (DLO), Olive Panyanja, has urged all government departments to support interns that have been deployed to various sectors on government internship program across the country. Panyanja made the remarks on Tuesday during a District Executive Committee meeting in the district. She said…
Salima, September 18, 2018: Salima District Council has embarked on a campaign to relocate street vendors to designated vending sites.  Acting Spokesperson for the council, Watson Maingo said the move is intended to keep the town clean and increase revenue collection adding that the campaign is an ongoing activity. “We…
BLANTYRE, September 17, 2018: The Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism, Henry Mussa, has urged all the players and stakeholders in the tourism industry to consider putting low prices on the products and services being offered. He made the call during the Blantyre Tourism Street Carnival on Saturday which is…
Mulanje, September 15, 2018: Government has commenced construction of new Msika wa Njala Market in Mulanje in a bid to ensure that people have modern facilities, including markets. Member of Parliament for Mulanje Bale where the market is being constructed, Victor Musowa, during the launch of construction works of the…
Blantyre, September 15, 2018: Construction of community technical colleges across the country, a brain child of President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika, has started to bring tangible fruits three years down from the program’s introduction. Speaking on Friday during a phone interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana), Deputy Principal for Kapondo…
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The agony of raising children with physical disabilities

 The agony of raising children with physical disabilities

Karonga, October 1: Lydia Nyagondwe and her husband Pearson Banda of Mwenilondo in Karonga were happy when they had their first-born daughter in November, 1978. The baby girl, named Safinia, was born strong and charming. Whilst a child, she could not show any signs of sickness up until she turned s...