By Our Correspondent According to a BBC news report, Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II’s husband, has died aged 99, Buckingham Palace has announced. In a statement shortly after midday, the palace said: “His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle.” The Duke… Read More »Palace Announces the Death of Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh
Dr Charles Leyman Kachitsa is an entrepreneur, academician and community leader. He is a director of several companies and own shares in a number of them. His research area is management motivation and transferability of skills. Dr Kachitsa is a motivational speaker and apart from lecturing, he engages in giving talk at various public events.
By Olivia Chipeta Nkolokosa Series 1; Basic principles of farming The rainy season is almost done now in Malawi and the most igniting thought for the local smallholder farmer now is winter/dry season cropping. This is commonly known as going to the Dimba, a local… Read More »What you should know about commercial horticultural farming
By Our Correspondent Chifuniro, born Chifuniro Eliazar Banda is an Afro-pop gospel artist from Lilongwe (Malawi) who started recording his music in May 2020 with OBK Studios in Blantyre. He has so far finished recording his debut album ‘Maloto Anga Afika’ which will be released… Read More »*INTRODUCING CHIFUNIRO MUSIC*
By Our Reporter He died on Wednesday from heart complications at a hospital in Dar es Salaam, Samia Suluhu Hassan said in an address on state television. Mr Magufuli had not been seen in public for more than two weeks, and rumours had been circulating… Read More »President John Magufuli of Tanzania has died aged 61, the vice-president has announced.
By Philes Davis We all have a way of adding a little self-care into our schedules. But for some self-care is never in their dictionary. It can be in form of buying beauty products to satisfy inner self. Looking at the beauty products one would… Read More »Dream it, invest in it and live to enjoy the results – FKay Cosmetics
By Philes Davis 2020 may have been one of the worst years to have ever hit mankind in recent years. Who can forget this year when the ugly face of Covid-19 pandemic is still visible? Literary all sectors of mankind were and are still directly… Read More »Entrepreneurship – Going Green With Joseph Mphande
By Our Reporter Source: Ted-ED
By Our Health Correspondence According to Ted-Ed website, there are so many triggers of headaches as they are many types. In ancient Greece, the best-known remedy for a long-standing headache was to drill a small hole in the skull to drain supposedly infected blood. Fortunately,… Read More »What Causes Headaches?
By Tikhala Chimpango Women Arise join everyone else here in the UK, Ireland and Netherlands as the countries observe, celebrate Black culture, history and contributions to humanity that Black people have made over the years. In the UK, Black History Month was first celebrated in… Read More »LESSONS FROM COVID-19 RE-EMERGING BETTER AND STRONGER
By Our Health Correspondence According to the Ted-Ed lessons, pregnant women experience a number of changes throughout the course of their pregnancy. Muscles and joints shift and jostle. The heart’s pounding rhythm speeds up. Blood roars through arteries and veins. Over the course of a… Read More »The Suprising Effects of Pregnancy