Uganda’s President Museveni to Ban Oral Sex

Uganda’s president Yoweri Museveni has blamed “outsiders” for promoting oral sex in his country and says he wants to ban the practice. President  Museveni, who signed a law making homosexuality illegal in Uganda in 2014, says the mouth is for eating, not for sex. “Let me take this opportunity to warn our people publicly about the wrong practices indulged in and promoted by some of the outsiders,” Mr Museveni told a press conference. “One of them is what they…

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No Honeymoon in Simama

The Northern Region Football Association (NRFA) says it has to set very strict measures in ensuring that all teams that have expressed interest to compete in the 2018 Simama league have clear ownership as well as sound financial status. Out of a total of 30 teams which included those that finished in the top ten ranks in the 2017season, only six teams have been given a go ahead to participate in the 2018 Simama edition. NRFA General Secretary, Masiya…

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Malawi Activist Chidothe Named Pan African Youth Democracy Ambassador

Youth and Women activist Carol Chidothe has been named regional ambassador the Pan African Youth Democracy Fellowship CANVASSITY program in the Southern Africa. CANVASSITY Pan African Youth Democracy Fellowship is a dynamic youth program designed to improve the capacity of young people to effectively engage and support elected representatives and government institutions to improve government efficiency, raise accountability and foster citizen-government collaboration in Africa. Chidothe expressed delight  saying the honor bestowed upon her was for all young Malawian women,…

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Malawi to Have Rastafarian President, Ras Chikomeni Joins Presidential Race

Nyabinghi Elder Ras Chikomeni Chirwa has expressed interest to contest for the presidency in the forth-coming 2019 Tripartite Elections as an independent candidate. Speaking with Malawi News Agency (MANA) on Thursday the aspiring presidential candidate said he was driven by lack of equal rights and justice in the country to people of his faith. “To me to stand is a clear demonstration that the rule of law is being upheld and I would like to take my candidature to…

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Ghetto King Fredokiss Rebrands Student account into Khenge

A renowned popular local musician, Fredokiss Kaluwa has rebranded the NBS student account into ‘Khenge’. Speaking in an interview with the Malawi News Agency (MANA) Fredokiss Kaluwa said Khenge student account is a non interest bearing account designed for students who are in colleges, secondary or university schools in Malawi. He said many students have already started opening their accounts through Khenge although the student account was already there for several years and throughout the years except that it…

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COSOMA Blamed for Silence

Copyright Society of Malawi (COSOMA) has being blamed for not protecting gospel singer in curbing piracy. Lilongwe based, preacher and gospel singer, Loyce Kamundi made the observation Friday in Lilongwe when during an interview with journalists at Crossroad hotel. She revealed that so far her two gospel songs have been pirated by other gospel singers within the country. Kamundi explained that her first gospel album was released album in 2009 with and title track “Yehova ali mbali yanga” and…

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My Son Will Be Malawi’s President, Says Madonna

Pop star Madonna has called her son, David Banda, “the future president of Malawi” in a tweet praising the 12-year-old boy. The US singer has six children, four of whom she adopted from Malawi. Madonna has reportedly had a fractious relationship with authorities from the south-east African nation. In 2013, Malawi accused Madonna of “bullying state officials”, exaggerating her contribution to the country and demanding VIP treatment. Madonna’s manager accused Malawi’s government of having a “grudge” against the singer’s…

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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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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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