Saxess finds ‘Chikondi’

Gospel artist Saxess has released a song, Chikondi, in which he talks of God’s unconditional love towards the universe. The latest single featuring Mada Faziri dwells on praising heavenly powers for the blessings, salvation and protection bestowed on human beings. In an interview, Saxess, born Nehemiah Mazunda said he strives to praise God wholeheartedly as…

Join savings and investment clusters—Comsip

Balaka community development assistant, Alfred Ritchie, has called upon men to join community savings and investment promotion’s (Comsip) clusters for their improved livelihood. Ritchie made the remarks last week during a media visit to Gilevulo and Tilitonse Comsip Clusters in traditional authorities (T/As) Nsamala and Chanthunya, respectively, in the district after male members touted successes…

Alimi otsogola amasamalira nthaka

  Chuma chili mu nthaka, komatu sichipezeka mu nthaka yosakazidwa. Kusasamala za chilengedwe monga mitengo kukupangitsa kuti nthaka iziguga. Izitu zikusautsa alimi chaka chilichonse potaya nthawi ndi ndalama zawo m’minda yokanika kupereka zipatso zoyenera. Ngakhale zili chonchi, alimi ena akusimba lokoma chifukwa minda yawo ili ndi mphamvu zogonera. M’modzi mwa alimiwa ndi Joseph Khoswe wa…

Kupherera ng’amba ndi Akalozera m’munda

  Alangizi a zaulimi apempha alimi m’dziko muno kuti azipanga akalozera kuti ateteze nthaka, komanso kusunga chinyontho kwa nthawi yaitali m’minda yawo. Madalitso Munthali, mlangizi wa mbewu ku Kaporo m’boma la Karonga, wauza Uchikumbe kuti mavuto odza ndi kusintha kwa nyengo atha kuchepa alimi ambiri atayamba kupanga akalozera m’minda mwawo. Mlangiziyu adati akalozera amathandiza alimi…

TB imakhudza ziwalo zonse

  Kusiyana ndi nthenda zina, nthenda ya chifuwa chachikulu ya TB imakhudza chiwalo china chilichonse, kupatula zikhadabo ndi tsitsi, watero woona za nthendayi ku unduna wa zaumoyo, James Mpunga. Iye adati izi zili chomwecho chifukwa tizilombo toyambitsa nthendayi totchedwa microbacterium timatha kulowa m’chiwalo china chilichonse cha thupi. “Ichi n’chifukwa chake zizindikiro zakenso zimakhala zochuluka. Mwachitsanzo,…

Atoht Manje drops Munthu

  The positive response that his previous songs Che Patuma, Tizipepeseko and Kunong’a received have inspired artist Atoht Manje to cement his position as the country’s renowned artist by releasing Munthu. This is another vernacular song produced by Moses Shumba at Moshu Records in Lilongwe. In an interview on Wednesday, Atoht Manje, born Elias Missi,…

Miss Malawi motivates girls on education

Miss Malawi 2018 Tionge Munthali has urged girls in the country to concentrate on education for sustainable development of their lives. Speaking on Tuesday during an awareness campaign meeting on evils of violating girls’ right to education at Chilayeni Primary School Ground in Nyambaro Village, Traditional Authority (T/A) Mkhumba in Phalombe, she said educating the…

‘Vandalism of police infrastructure affects security’

  Southern Region Commissioner of Police Demester Chigwenembe has bemoaned vandalism of police infrastructure by communities, saying it affects operations. Speaking last week at an executive committee (Sec) meeting at Kanjedza Police Training School in Blantyre, the commissioner said security lapses in some townships are a result of ransacking  of police units. “Communities should present…

Comsip clusters excite  Chiradzulu communities

  Communities in Chiradzulu District have commended Community Savings and Investment Promotion (Comsip) clusters for improving their livelihoods. Speaking last week during a media tour to Chimwankhunda Comsip Cooperative in group village head (GVH) Njeremba, Traditional Authority (T/A) Likoswe, one of the cooperative members, Eneless Kamoto, said they are empowered economically through easy access to…

HHI remembers Livingstone

    Malawi Scotland Partnership (Masp) executive director Vera Kamtukule has said Dr David Livingstone deserves honour because he contributed a lot to the development of the country. Speaking on Monday, during remembrance of the early missionary’s birth at Henry Henderson Institute (HHI) Primary School in Blantyre, Kamtukule said Livingstone’s birth signifies wonderful relationship between…

Do not be abused by political  parties—Blantyre Synod

The Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) Blantyre Synod has warned youths of Blantyre City Presbytery against inciting political violence in the next year’s Tripartite Elections. Blantyre Synod moderator, Reverend Masauko Mbolembole, said this last Saturday at Limbe CCAP church after a youths’ big walk dubbed Jesus March based on Ephesians 5:1 [‘Be ye imitators…

Govt warns contractors against shoddy work

  Ministry of Transport and Public Works has warned contractors, involved in construction of bridges to improve public road network in districts, against compromising quality. Speaking after the launch of construction works for Nsuwazi Bridge in Chipungu Village, Traditional Authority (T/A) Mbawera in Thyolo, Minister of Transport and Public Works Jappie Mhango, said any contractor…

Jacaranda Foundation improves reading culture in BT

  Jacaranda Foundation has reaffirmed its commitment to improve reading culture among pupils in Blantyre by opening libraries in public schools. The foundation’s executive director Luc Deschamps said this on Thursday during the official opening of Mr Luc’s Library at Bangwe Catholic Primary School in the city. This is the ninth library under Jacaranda Outreach…

Investor partners local entrepreneurs in BT

  The Netherlands-based management consultancy firm, Accesserator, has started offering start-up capital and business skills to local entrepreneurs with agribusiness ideas in Blantyre District. Speaking during a media briefing on the progress of the investment plans meant to boost the country’s agriculture sector, Accesserator Malawi country director Patrick Namakhoma called for more agribusiness ideas from…

Making wood fuel renewable

Unreliable power supply is increasing the smoky appetite for charcoal and firewood across the country. At Kameza Roundabout in Blantyre, trucks and bicycles bringing charcoal into the city come in quick succession from all directions. This is typical sight as just 10 percent of the population has access to electricity and only one of these…