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Nsanje, July 13, 2019:  Traditional Authority (TA) Ndamela of Nsanje has made a commitment to provide a piece of land to people from the area of TA Nyachikadza which is flood prone to relocate to. He made the pledge during a meeting convened by Nsanje District Commissioner (DC) Thursday in…
Balaka, July 12, 2019: Director Responsible for Response and Recovery in the Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA), Harris Kachale Wednesday comforted family members of nine road accident victim in Balaka. On July 3, 2019 nine people from the same family died in a head on collision accident at Ndege…
Ntcheu, July 9, 2019. District Forestry Officer (DFO) for Ntcheu, Donnex Mtambo said a five year Youth Forest Restoration programme initiated by government is proving to be a success in the district. Speaking to reporters who were on a media tour under the project in Ntcheu, he said youth clubs…
Karonga, July 3, 2019: Community members and workers from different Malawi Government Departments at Songwe Border in Karonga on Wednesday cleaned the border premises to improve sanitation and hygiene. Station Manager for Malawi Revenue Authority at Songwe Border Post in the district, Innocent Bamusi, said the exercise was inspired by…
Dowa, July 2, 2019: United Purpose (UP) has said it is committed to working with communities to improve access to safe drinking water and improved sanitation and hygiene in the country. UP Deputy Country Director for Programmes, Kate Hartley said this Tuesday during launching ceremony of Dowa Integrated Water Sanitation…
Mzuzu, June 27, 2019: Mzuzu City Council (MCC) says is doing everything possible with stakeholders to address challenges of improper waste dumping sites which have been developed by some residents in the city. In an interview on Wednesday in Mzuzu with MCC Spokesperson, McDonald Gondwe said currently the Council is…
Lilongwe, June 27, 2019: Voluntary Service Oversees (VSO) in Malawi is implementing a Community Led Action for Sustainable Energy in Schools (CLASSEC) project aimed at producing biogas from human stools and animal dung to create methane. The three year project is being implemented in partnership with Foundation for Irrigation and…
Lilongwe, June 25, 2019: Government, through Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation said on Sunday climate change has badly affected economies of countries that largely depend on agriculture as the phenomenon is now common occurrence.   Speaking during the commemoration of the 5th International Yoga Day in Lilongwe,Director of…
Blantyre, June 24, 2019: Blantyre’s Mzedi dumpsite will shortly relocate to Machinjiri for fear of untold disease outbreaks and as it turns into a residential area. Blantyre City Council (BCC) Environmental and Pollution Officer, Laura Matanda made the disclosure on Friday in Blantyre in an interview with Malawi News Agency…
Blantyre, June 24, 2019: Executive Director of Coordination Union for the Rehabilitation of the Environment (CURE), Christopher Mwambene has advised government, industries, communities and individuals in Malawi to explore green technologies and improve air quality across the country. Mwambene said this on Wednesday during a press briefing at Central Office…
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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...