Bible Society Launches Tumbuka Version Bible

The Bible Society of Malawi launched a third edition of the Tumbuka Bible, the most dominant language in the Northern Region of Malawi and northern areas of the Central Region. Translation of a new version by three translators and 20 reviewers has taken 15 years to print 5000 copies of the Bible. Speaking during the launch on Saturday in Mzuzu City, Bible Society of Malawi Executive Director, Clapperton Mayuni, said the previous translations were not addressing some issues, hence…

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Footballers Association Launch in March 2018

Football Players Association of Malawi (FPAM) says it is set to officially launch the Association next month before the kick-off of 2018 football season. FPAM’s General Secretary (GS), Ernest Mangani said preparations were at advanced stage to officially launch the Association which aims at uplifting the welfare of former and current footballers in the country. “We are more than ready to officially launch the FPAM in March before the kick-off of the season,” the GS confirmed. He added that,…

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Chisomo Children’s Club to Construct Street Kids Clinic

Chisomo Children’s Club has revealed an ambitious plan of constructing a clinic for street children in Lilongwe worth K70 million. Executive Director for the Club Richard Mdyetseni disclosed this at a media briefing in Lilongwe Friday. Mdyetseni said they expect the clinic to be fully operational by January 2019. He further disclosed that funds for the construction will be sourced locally while equipment and medication for the clinic will be provided by an outside donor who has already committed…

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Ghetto King Fredokiss to Take Positivity Message to Schools

Award winning hip hop icon Fredokiss has announced that he will conduct intensive tours in universities and secondary schools this year in a bid to spread messages of positivity among youths. Fredokiss said as United Nations Children’s Funds (UNICEF) Champion for Children, he wants to use the opportunity to inspire the youth in schools to work hard and become what they want in future. “Tell a friend to tell a friend to share this post and comment with the…

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Use Cement Bricks to Save the Environment

Phalombe district council has urged people in the district to refrain from using burnt bricks and embrace the concept of cement bricks concept in order to protect the environment. District Housing Officer Fackson Chidzalo made the remarks on Friday in an interview with Malawi News Agency. Chidzalo said that over the past years, people in Phalombe have argued that construction was one of the industries that has plundered trees in the district as it requires a lot of trees…

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Radio Powerful Tool to Combat Stereotypes

UNESCO and Malawi Communication Regulatory Authority (MACRA) have described radio and sports as powerful tools that can be used in combating stereotypes and gender imbalances in the country. The two organizations made the observation on Tuesday at Monkey Bay Community Resource Centre Ground where Malawi joined the rest of the world in commemorating World Radio Day which falls on February 13 every year. Assistant Executive Secretary for Malawi National Commission for the UNESCO, Christopher Magomelo, challenged radios in the…

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Mighty POV to Celebrate Return Of ‘Prodigal Son’

Blantyre based Prophets Of Vision (POV), known on stage as the Mighty POV have lined up several activities as part of celebrating the return of one of its members, George Adams. Adams, who announced his return, last month left POV crew for about three years now, as he was concentrating on his studies at Pentecostal Life University where he was studying Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications and Journalism. Since Adams left the group in 2015, Isaac Chizaka and…

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Phalombe District Geared to Plant 1.2 Million Tree Seedlings

Phalombe District Council in collaboration with a local Non- Governmental Organization (NGO) DUnited Purpose (UP) on Wednesday launched the 2017/18 district tree planting season with hope of planting a record 1.2 million tree seedlings by the end of season in April. The event which took place at Mianga Primary School in the area of Traditional Authority Jenala added up the total of already planted trees to 750, 000. Forest Zone Manager for the South, Cecelia Chauluka said communities have…

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Labour Minister Kasaila to Commission Apprentice Tools for Community Colleges

Minister of Labour, Youth, Sports and Manpower Development, Francis Kasaila will on Friday, the 16th February, 2018 Commission apprentice tools for the 2015 cohort of Community Technical College (CTC) students at Mponela Community Technical College. The commissioning of the apprentice tools follows the promise President Prof. Peter Mutharika had made to the graduating students on their graduation ceremony, according to the Labour Ministry’s Public Relations Officer, Christina Nkutumula. “During the graduation ceremony in August, 2017, President Prof. Peter Mutharika…

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Be Forward Midfielder Linje Leaves for Japan

Be Forward Wanderers midfielder Jabulani Linje is set to leave on February 15, 2018 for Japan where he will join a third division (J-3 League) side, Yokohama Sports and Culture Club after being offered a two-year loan contract. Linje told Malawi News Agency (MANA) Wednesday that he would leave at 2:00pm through Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe using Ethiopian Airlines. From Lilongwe, Linje will fly to Ethiopia where he is expected to connect to China before arriving in Japan….

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