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Life an at a camp for flood victims - File Photo Nsanje, February 18: In a bid to prepare flood victims get back to their communities and be productive citizens, psychologists have suggested the need to counsel them as they are said to be traumatized due to hash experiences they…
Villagers evacuating to a camp - File Photo Nsanje, February 18: Flood survivors in some camps in Nsanje have gone for three days without food, and have since sounded a Save Our Souls-SOS message to all well wishers  to help them with food supplies. This came to light as officials…
AMSA members make the donation Johannesburg, February 18: The Association of Malawians in South Africa (AMSA) has donated assorted relief items to flood victims in Malawi through the Malawi Mission in the Republic of South Africa  According to AMSA Communication Officer, Dr. Isaac Mantjie, the total cost of the donated…
Likoma, February 16: Heavy rains and strong winds continue to cause havoc across the country. Recently, more than 100 houses were destroyed in a rainstorm that also cut electricity power lines, uprooted trees and swept away crops in Likoma.  Patrick Botha of Malawi News Agency (Mana) accompanied the Likoma District…
N A tree completely destroys a house at Likoma Island - Pic by Patrick Botha Nsanje, February 16: Effects of flooding continue to haunt Nsanje flood survivors as a woman identified as Mary Windo died in a toilet Monday morning after it collapsed as she was bathing.  Her friend, Christina…
School children plant trees - File Photo Nkhotakota, February 16: Total Land Care (TLC) has complained of lack of passion from community members in Nkhotakota to plant numerous trees despite the organization providing them with seeds and tubes for them to develop nurseries and then plant the seedlings. TLC Research…
There is need for reconstruction after the devastating floods - File Photo Blantyre, February 16: In a bid to deal with the aftermath of the recent floods, Plan Malawi International has devised a six-months recovery plan in which it will be providing relief items to victims until the next grown…
Kasungu, February 14: People who live around Bua River at Chikoko Village Traditional Authority Santhe in the district are in danger of being affected by floods in the near future if no trees are planted in the river banks. This was disclosed during a tree planting exercise on Friday by…
A primary school boy plants a tree - Pic by Anastazio Mpumulo Nkhotakota, February 13: Wildlife and Environmental Society of Malawi (WESM) National Chairperson Victor Mangochi has called on government to come up with a deliberate policy of management of trees in order to protect the trees planted each year…
A woman drawing water from the only source of water at Chimwankhunda camp - Pic by Ida Kazembe Blantyre, February 13: A visit to Chimwankhunda flood victims' camp by Young Achievers for Development-YAD recently revealed that failure to assess the needs of the victims was leading to duplication of donations,…

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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...