21 September 2018
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 Chikwawa, September 13: The Sugar Company of Malawi (SUCOMA) Sacco Friday donated assorted medical supplies to St Montfort Hospital in Chikwawa to help promote good service delivery at the health institution. The intervention comes at a time when most health facilities in the Lower Shire are in dire need of…
Salima, September 12, 2016: In an effort to mobilize the general community to participate in keeping health facilities hygienic and clean, the Salima Lions club has launched a “Keep Our Health Facilities  Clean’ campaign. The campaign was launched on Saturday at Maganga Health Centre in the area of T/A Maganga,…
Lilongwe, September 9: The First Lady, Dr. Gertrude Mutharika, has called on religious leaders, civil society organizations, politicians, health services providers and development partners to join hands in the fight against cervical cancer. The First Lady made the call on Friday at Capital Hotel in Lilongwe where she officially launched…
Mchinji, September 9: Minister of Health, Dr Peter Kumpalume has hailed the Results Based Financing (RBF) maternal health project for enabling mothers access safe and good services at hospitals thereby reducing maternal mortality. The project among other things, aims at reducing maternal and neonatal mortality and morbidity by providing needy…
  Blantyre, September 7: Blantyre City Mayor, Noel Chalamanda has urged the College of Medicine to be visible in the communities around Blantyre. Chalamanda said this on Tuesday in Blantyre during a COM partner’s day organized by the College as it is celebrating its Silver Jubilee urging the college to…
  Mzuzu, September  7: 500 people have benefited from sustainable Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and Food Security Program which Salvation Army is implementing in traditional authorities Kilupula and part of Kyungu in Karonga District. Salvation Army launched the program in the district in January, this year (2016) and is…
      Mzuzu September 5: Mzuzu Rotary Club members on Saturday donated blood to Malawi Blood Transfusion Services (MBTS) in a drive to avert shortage of blood in hospitals at a time when most students were on holiday. The Rotary Club President Susan Gwamba said the club decided to…
  Lilongwe, August 30: Government is currently reviewing the Early Childhood Development (ECD) policy which was approved in 2006 to see how it has been implemented and what improvements can be made. Speaking at the closing of a two-week Integrated Early Childhood Development Course for caregivers and early mentors in…
  Dowa July 3, 2016: People of Dowa have been urged not to be lured by higher prices to sell all their harvest to vendors to reduce hunger, stunting and malnutrition in the country. Speaking during a global day of action for Nutrition in Traditional Authority Chakhaza in Dowa, Chief…
      Lilongwe, July 3: Central Medical Stores Trust (CMST) on Saturday launched an HIV/AIDS workplace policy to guide the trust in impact mitigation of the pandemic for the future. Speaking during the launch at Crossroads Hotel in Lilongwe, CMST Board Chairperson, Evelyn Itimu, said the workplace policy would…

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Kameme’s broken marriages

Kameme’s broken marriages

Chitipa, September 18, 2018: He returned home very late at around 3 am after drinking chipumu, a strong local opaque beer popular in Chitipa.  Wielding a panga knife (machete), he asked his wife to pack her belongings and move out of the house at such an odd hour. I found Joyce (not her real name)...