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Blantyre, July 13, 2019: Plans by government to have an industrial park at Matindi area in Blantyre has excited communities under Senior Chief Kapeni. During a community meeting organised by the Blantyre District Commissioner (DC), Bennet Nkasala and officials from the Ministry of Industry Trade and Tourism on Thursday, villagers…
Lilongwe, July 12, 2019: Latest report by Center for Social Concern (CFSC) shows that Malawi has a debt of about K3.3 trillion both locally and internationally. CFSC’s Economic Governance Programmes Officer Lucky Mfungwe said Thursday during leader’s orientation meeting with stakeholders in Lilongwe that a research conducted last December shows…
Mangochi, July 12, 2019: Traditional leaders from Mangochi district have welcomed the airport and the 5-star hotel developments which are commencing within the month of July, according to government officials from Capital Hill who visited the sites Thursday for sensitization meetings. Deputy Director of Tourism, Nowa Nansongole, led the visiting…
Nkhotakota, July 12, 2019: Government will soon embark on a new US$ 57 million programme targeting country’s ultra-poor with a goal of reducing poverty. The Programme called Financial Access for Rural Markets Smallholders and Enterprises (FARMSE), targets Social Cash Transfer beneficiaries with the potential to graduate from poverty, by providing…
Mzuzu, July 11, 2019: Mchengautuwa West Ward Councillor in Mzuzu, Pyera Nyangulu  has said  Mzuzu City needs to start charging a gate fee for international transporters passing through the City to broaden its revenue base. The Councillor said for a long time, Mzuzu City Council has been faced by deep…
Nkhotakota, July 9, 2019: The new land law passed by Parliament has brought jubilation to communities in Nkhotakota. Expressing their excitement on the sidelines of a sensitization meeting organized by the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development to brief stakeholders on the new land laws at Traditional Authority (TA)…
Nkhata Bay, July 9, 2019: The newly launched MV Chambo on Lake Malawi is expected to boost trade between Malawi and Mozambique apart from reducing mobility challenges people of Likoma and Chizumulu islands face, officials from the two countries say. Speaking Wednesday during the commissioning of the vessel at Nkhata…
Mzimba, July 3, 2019: Mzimba-based Teacher Training College under Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) says provision of vocation skills to women is crucial for them to be self-reliant and contribute towards economic growth of the country. The remarks were made recently by Programme Manager for Satellite Skills Classes…
Lilongwe, July 3, 2019: Government of Malawi and the World Bank have announced the signing of two Financing Agreements amounting to USD70 million (over K53 billion) aimed at strengthening institutional and financial capacity in managing climate-related risks and shocks and disasters. This is in form of a USD 40 million…
Mwanza, June 12, 2019: The United Civil Servants Savings and Credit Cooperative (SACCO) has urged civil servants in the country to start saving their money to assist them in times of need and after retirement. SACCO’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Francis Waliwa made the call during a meeting on Tuesday…
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Seeking divine intervention through social media

Seeking divine intervention through social media

Phalombe, July 12, 2019: Social media networks like WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter have changed lives of Malawians in many aspects, be it in political, socioeconomic and religious circles. In the religious arena, social media has to some extent revolutionised the preaching of the Gospel. Social me...