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Salima, November 24, 2018:  Ng’ombe Village in the Area of Traditional Authority (TA) Kambwiri in Salima has consolidated its drive to promoting nutritional and sanitation initiatives in order to curb perennial out breaks in the area. The village has been prone to cholera cases annually and cholera outbreaks have claimed…
Blantyre, November 24, 2018: Ministry of Health in conjunction with the Malawi Liverpool Trust and the College of Medicine has expressed the need for relevant stakeholders to come together in a fight against the abuse use of antibiotics. The call was made during the Science Cafe and Research Dissemination Conference…
Lilongwe, November 24, 2018: Pharmaceutical Society of Malawi (PHASOM) has bemoaned lack of commitment by its members to subscribe their membership. The Outgoing PHASOM President, Enock, Enock Foster disclosed this during the opening of the 2017/2018 annual general meeting at Crossroads hotel held in Lilongwe. He observed that despite having…
Nkhotakota, November 23, 2018: Nkhotakota has become the fourth district in the country to attain the open-defecation-free (ODF) status. Ministries of Health and Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development (MoAIWD) made the declaration on Thursday during ODF celebrations at Chigumukire Primary School ground in the area of Chief Kafuzira in the…
Lilongwe, November 23, 2018: Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace in the Archdiocese of Lilongwe has embarked on a transformative campaign that aims at eliminating social norms that hinder capable women from attaining higher political leadership positions under the 50 – 50 campaign. CCJP is implementing the campaign following a…
Salima, November 23, 2018: Climate change has been described as one of the biggest humanitarian challenges facing the Southern African region which has negative impact on food security. Minister of Health and Population, Atupele Muluzi made the remarks in Salima on Thursday when he officially opened the Southern Africa Partnership…
Lilongwe, November 23, 2018: Government says it has put in place appropriate measures to reduce the chances of fury Ebola Virus spreading into the country. Minister of Health and Population, Atupele Muluzi, was speaking in Parliament on Friday in his response to a supplementary  question that was posed by Dowa…
Lilongwe, November 20: The Minister of Health Atupele Muluzi on Monday commissioned 238 newly installed prefabricated pharmacy units at Ming’ongo Health Centre in Lilongwe. Speaking during the commissioning ceremony, Muluzi said in 2014, the Ministry of Health conducted a comprehensive assessment of public health facilities which revealed that 77 per…
  Dedza, November 14, 2018: Dedza District Health Office (DHO) says it has distributed 525,123 free insecticides treated mosquito nets to over 900,000 people in the district. Dedza DHO Health Promotions Officer, Mwayi Liabunya said on Monday that the distribution was in line with World Health Organization’s (WHO) recommendation of…
Lilongwe, November 14, 2018: Residents of Biwi township in Lilongwe have complained of receiving poor services from Lilongwe Water Board for about four years now revealing that water taps in their homes were disconnected due to what they described as ‘unusual bills’. According to the residents, the area is heavily…

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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...