After writing for Nation Publications Limited for five years, Lennie Kamwendo has decided to hang up her gloves and dedicate her time to retirement projects.
ItÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s an open secret; most women love their make-up and they equally love getting their hair done. But, what do the men really think about all this? Would they prefer their partners to look more natural, without the weave and extra make-up? PAIDA MPASO takes a bold step for the benefit of all womankind and…
Hearing that your husband has children outside your marriage can be quite shocking. It implies that your husband was/ is cheating on you or that he was not honest with you at the time you got married. MWERETI KANJO gets around this very sensitive subject.
It takes a brave man and woman to stand up to correct such a situation. The two partners should make up their minds to resolve the issues surrounding them and continue with the beautiful life God has given them.
Age spots manifest on the surface of the skin as people age as harmless brown marks. Although they do not necessarily have to appear as part of aging process, this is the number one reason you look older than your real age.
The Jamaican duo Nyanda and Nailah Thorbourne, trading as Brick and Lace are here and set to rock Malawi this [Sunday] afternoon at the Country Club Limbe. KONDWANI KAMIYALA caught up with the two singing sensations, renowned for their 2007 release Love is Wicked, two hours after their arrival on Thursday.
Mental agility, the ability to think on oneÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s feet, to think outside the box and to develop solutions is a priceless competency. HereÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s how to start developing a mental attitude that gives you the edge;
Just a couple of days ago, I was at Chitipa Inn having a cold one; a cold coke. As I sipped it away, somebody walked up to me and asked if I was the one who wrote the Personal Finance column in the Weekend Nation. I nodded. The man was so excited.
Everyone has a right to life and good living but this comes with the individualÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s responsibility to ensure that they do not do anything that could put their lives in danger.
Last week, something strange happened. I had gone for a ride with my cousin and two children. After criss-crossing town, including hitting the magnificent double lane along Parliament building in the capital city, we stopped at a filling-station to top-up petrol. While at the filling-station, this young boy came running to my car asking for…
This week, I was pleasantly surprised when my dear wife called telling me she had sent me an e-mail. Curiosity, as expected, got the better part of me and I dished all I was doing to open the email box.
When you think about leadership, what comes to mind? Title, position, authority? These demand leadership but are not the whole story. As you go higher, more is expected of you. Here are some tips to get you started:Ã‚Â Ã‚Â
Lucy Chipeta Malitowe, executive director and trustee of Home of Hope, Mchinji ChildrenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Home from where David Banda was adopted, attended the fourth annual WomenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Conference on the Art of Living in Bali. She shares what she learnt from her trip, the joys and stresses that come with running a 650 child home and helping…
Â The other day, I was coming back to Lilongwe from an official trip in Zomba. Our official vehicle had delayed and so I decided to jump into a colleagueÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s who works as an accountant.