Pursue Your Dreams with Determination- Mutharika

President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika on Wednesday advised University of Malawi (UNIMA) graduating students to pursue their dreams with determination if they are to succeed in life. Mutharika, who is also Chancellor of the University of Malawi, was speaking in Lilongwe when he presided over the congregation for the awarding of certificates, Diplomas and Degrees for students from the constituent colleges of the University. The colleges include Chancellor College, College of Medicine and the Polytechnic. He said every success…

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Archbishop Urges Catholics to Vote

Catholic members in Lilongwe have been advised to view the May 2019 elections a cardinal point of reshaping the future of the country. Archbishop for Lilongwe Archdiocese, Bishop Tarsizius Ziyaye gave the advice Saturday at Area 2 in Lilongwe he opened Bishop Nervi Media Centre. He said as eligible voters they need to be guided on with the Pastoral letter which was released earlier in the year on how to elect a good leader. “Am appealing to you to…

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India Pledges More Support to Malawi

Malawi is expected to continue benefiting through development projects from the Government of the Republic of India as a result of long- lived cordial bilateral ties between the two governments. During his visit to Malawi, the Indian Vice President, Shri Venkaiah Naidu, announced this at Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe on Monday where he held talks with President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika. “We have all things that we can donate to Kamuzu Central Hospital such as a machine on cancer-…

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Science,Technology Vital for Africa Industrialization Agenda

President Prof. Peter Mutharika has emphasized on the need for African countries to promote lifelong learning opportunities for its people in science and technology to support the Africa-Must-Industrialize-Agenda. He made the remarks in Lilongwe on Saturday when he opened the First Extra Ordinary Summit of the Committee of 10 Heads of State and Government (C10) Championing Education, Science and Technology in Africa. He said for Africa to develop there is need for right education and skills in science and…

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Super League Bottom Teams Spits Fire

The top three teams in the TNM Super League log table says the battle for the championships is still on while the bottom two teams have backfired that they will remain in league. Nyasa Big Bullets lead the table with 55 points from 23 games, seconded by Silver Strikers with 51 points from 26 games while Mighty Be Forward Wanderers are third with 45 points from 22 games. In the relegation, Zomba based outfit, Red Lions are 14th with…

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Mutharika Condemns Aid to Africa

President Professor Peter Mutharika has described colonialism and aid to Africa as organized systems meant to cripple Africans. He said he has since found five ways of rescuing Malawians from such system. Mutharika was speaking Sunday at Washington University in St. Louis, United States of America, where he was conferred upon the Doctor of Humane Letters. He taught at the University for 40 years. He said as he reflected on leading Malawi while at the University, he realized that…

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Mutharika Schools UN on Gender-Based Violence

President Peter Mutharika on Wednesday took time to provide free lessons to the United Nation’s HeForShe program on how to deal with gender-based violence. As a HeForShe champion, Mutharika was among fellow champions that attended UN HeForShe Impact Summit which was launching groundbreaking global solutions for gender equality report at the UN General Assembly. “The fight against gender based violence must always take an integrated approach. The first thing we need to do is to create a legal framework…

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Six Fined for Selling ARVs

First Grade Magistrate’s Court in Chikwawa has sentenced six people to pay fines for possessing and selling medical drugs without a permit. The six, including 3 women namely, Cathreen James, Elifa Foster and Trevace Banda were found guilty on Friday alongside Alex Friday, Spanner Eleven, and Misheck Peter. Police Prosecutor Sergeant, Danford Otala said the six were arrested last Wednesday after detectives conducted a sweeping operation within Tonkhwe, Tomasi and Fulande villages under Senior Chief Chapananga in the district….

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Mutharika Calls for Party Discipline

President Prof Arthur Peter Mutharika has called upon Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) officials and members to be disciplined by being the first people to respect the laws of the country by exercising fiscal discipline in handling party finances. Mutharika made the call at Kamuzu Palace on Friday at a DPP national fundraising dinner dubbed the Blue Night. He urged the party to desist from abusing the party’s property but rather own it by taking care of its property. “I…

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DPP Government For Continued Development-Mutharika

President Peter Mutharika has assured people of Zomba of continued development that will promote peoples livelihoods in the district. The state president made the assurance on Friday at the heart of Zomba City on his way to Lilongwe from Blantyre via Mangochi. Upon hearing of the President’s plans to pass through the country’s old capital city, a large crowd of Malawians waited for him at Peoples Shop in the city where they drummed support for the ruling Democratic Progressive…

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