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  • Dealing with heartbreak

    Oct 5, 14 • Brains • Written by : No Comments

    Heartbreak is commonly associated with intense pain or suffering one feels after losing a loved one. It is a condition probably everyone experiences in their lifetime, with different number of times....

  • Girl ‘abuse’ condemned at initiation ceremonies

    Aug 17, 14 • Brains • Written by : Comments Off

    The mistreatment of girls at initiation ceremonies in Mangochi has prompted human rights activists to civic educate custodians of the tradition to improve on some ‘lessons’ imparted to the...

  • Breastfeeding enhances a child’s immunity

    Malawi to review maternal leave policy to promote breastfeeding

    Aug 10, 14 • Brains • Written by : Comments Off

    This year’s breastfeeding week will be memorable to working women if Malawi Government lives up to the promise of reviewing the maternal leave policy to allow exclusive breastfeeding. Ministry of...

  • A woman serving a customer: Are women trustworthy or exploited?

    Women at till machines

    Jul 27, 14 • Brains • Written by : Comments Off

    Women are a common sight in shops and supermarkets operating cash registers or manning tills across the country, a development that prompts questions. Is it an issue of trust or a markert gimmick...

  • Ng’oma’s book: The window to 
success

    Vera publishes career book

    Jul 6, 14 • Brains • Written by : Comments Off

    One of Every Woman columnists Vera Ng’oma has published a theme book of her column titled Gears for Careers. In an interview this week, Ng’oma said Gears for Careers is a career and personal...

  • Are women driven cars better to buy?

    Jun 15, 14 • Brains • Written by : Comments Off

    Advertising, be it for a brand new or second hand item follows the same rule of advertising which stresses accuracy and honest communication about the product. In Malawi, advertising techniques and...

  • A victim of domestic violence hospitilised

    Grabbing domestic violence by the horn

    Jun 8, 14 • Brains • Written by : Comments Off

    Domestic violence needs no introduction in Malawi. This is a topic that has gained widespread discussion in various quarters following serious repercussions suffered by victims, mainly women. Last...

  • Presidential candidate Helen Singh with her running mate on the red carpet during political debates

    Mastering red carpets in Malawi

    Jun 1, 14 • Brains • Written by : Comments Off

    In Malawi, red carpet events have lately been a phenomenon. From presidential debates to fashion displays, red carpet functions in the country have come to stay. But just what does a red carpet...

  • Intimacy strengthens relationships

    When women use sex to buy, sustain love

    May 11, 14 • Brains • Written by : Comments Off

    Being in a romantic relationship is a great thing and finding one through online sex dating sites can really make one feel better about the information, in particular age. The looming question is:...

  • Kadzamira receives her 2012 hour from former first lady Callista Mutharika

    Three new categories in Women of Distinction Awards

    Apr 27, 14 • Brains • Written by : Comments Off

    The Women of Distinction Awards Malawi (Woda) has this year added three new categories, bringing the total to 18. Zilanie Nyundo, one of the organisers of the event, told Everywoman in an interview...