By Charles Leyman Kachitsa Its not that when you take a ‘short-cut’ route you will reach your destination faster. Sometimes what may feel a shorter route can be elongated by circumstances. For instance, from experience as everyone want to take […]
Lesson 1: Slow And Steady Wins the Race I know that this statement has been used multiple times throughout my life and probably yours, but it has so much validation. In my research for an article on lifetime learning, I found […]
By Andrew Magombo Lilongwe, October 15, Mana: Minister of Gender, Community Development and Social Welfare, Patricia Kaliati, on Thursday during commemoration of International Rural Women’s day in Lilongwe, rendered reverence to all Malawi’s former first ladies for their devotion to […]
Whether you like it or not, things have changed. The traditional "rules" of work simply don't apply to a majority of jobs anymore.
As one way of contributing to the country’s development, the Government of Egypt has awarded twelve academic scholarships to twelve Islamic Malawian students to study at Hazard University in Egypt. Speaking during the handover ceremony, the Deputy Ambassador of Egypt […]
Malawi and South Africa Thursday signed an agreement of cooperation in the field of tourism as one way of enhance mutual cooperation between the two countries in the sector. The signing agreement took place at Bingu International convection centre BICC […]
Malawian President Arthur Mutharika on Monday called for African countries to unite, saying borders should not divide them. Speaking at the opening of the Pan African Parliament (PAP)’s fourth ordinary session in Johannesburg, he said: “Without unity there is no […]