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Phalombe, March 15, 2019: The Malawi Red Cross Society (MRCS) on Sunday stepped in to assist people who were affected by floods in Phalombe following the persistent rains experienced last week. The victims are seeking shelter at Mileme Primary School in the area of Traditional Authority Jenala in Phalombe district.…
Karonga, March 15, 2019: Paramount Chief Kyungu of Karonga has expressed worry over prolonged dry spell which has hit most parts of the district raising fears that the district may experience reduced crop production. Speaking in an interview, Monday, Kyungu said the dry spell has affected crops mainly maize and…
Blantyre, March 15, 2019: It never rains but pours for southern part of the country as it is expected to be hit by heavy rains and strong winds from Thursday to Sunday this week as a result of deep and wide low pressure system in the Mozambique channel which has…
Mangochi, March 15, 2019: President Prof. Peter Mutharika has assured people who were displaced by floods in Mangochi that government would do everything it could to ensure that they have all the necessary humanitarian support required. He gave the assurance on Tuesday when he visited Mponda Evacuation Centre in the…
Lilongwe, March 12, 2019:  A local nongovernmental organization called Kalolo Youth Corner (KYC) will plant 5000 trees in the area of Senior Chief Kalolo in Lilongwe districts with the aim of conserving the environment. In an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) on Thursday, Director for Kalolo Youth Corner, Chikondi…
Zomba, March 12, 2019: A group of men from Matawale Township in Zomba on Wednesday planted over 200 tree seedlings at Ndangopuma Hill where encroachment compromises afforestation efforts by environmental conscious groups in the district. The group and Chinamwali Village Natural Resources Management Committee (VNRMC) planted the trees to provide…
Karonga, March 7, 2019: Bishop Martin Mtumbuka of Karonga Diocese of the Catholic Church has said the fight against climate change would still be a challenge in the country unless government puts in place viable energy policies to curb deforestation. He made the remarks Wednesday at Nandanga Primary school in…
Chitipa, March 5, 2019: Bishop of Karonga Diocese of the Catholic Church, Martin Mtumbuka says Malawi will continue struggling to overcome problems arising from deforestation unless everyone takes up the responsibility of planting and taking care of trees. He was speaking Wednesday during the Diocese's tree planting launch at Nandanga…
Blantyre, February 28, 2019: Department of Forestry has said it is pleased with the pace of tree planting exercise in Blantyre district this season. Out of 2.6 million trees that was targeted to be planted this year, the district has managed to plant 1,733,230 tree seedlings. In an interview with…
Thyolo, February 28, 2019: Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) has embarked on disaster and climate risk management trainings of trainers (ToTs) for selected government ministries and departments to help break the cycle of disasters that affects millions of people in the country. DoDMA’s chief mitigation officer who is one…

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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...