Madonna kicked off her New Year celebrations with a fun-filled family trip to the African nation. Madonna visited the country with her four adopted children from Malawi, David Banda, Mercy James, Stella, and Estere and enjoyed a warm welcome to the country she calls her… Read More »Madonna Kicks Off New Year Celebrations with Fun Family Trip to Malawi
By Chilungamo Missi Members of St. Montfort Catholic Institute (C.I.) Parish in Blantyre were at pains and sorrow on Friday when one of their dedicated Christians, Dennis Kambalame was laid to rest at C.I. cemetery. Late Kambalame died on the night of December 20,2022 after… Read More »C.I. community mourns a dedicated member
By Govati Nyirenda Malawi has seen photojournalists over the years, but none is like Dick Mlanzie, a caliber of his own. Fondly known as Uncle Dick in the media circles, Mlanzie, who died on Friday December 16, 2022 at is home aged 90, had a… Read More »End of an era in photojournalism
By Leyman Publications ★Moses would say “Lord if you don’t go with us or before us we ain’t going nowhere” ★Abraham will say “The Lord will provide.” ★Jacob would say “I won’t let go of you unless you bless me.” ★Joshua would say: “As for… Read More »WHAT DO YOU TELL YOURSELF EVERY MORNING OF EACH DAY AS YOU START THE DAY?
By Charles Leyman Kachitsa In this moment and in this time, one can not but be in tune with the world and remember a life lost of one whose influence not by personal choice has touched the globe in life and imagination of greater proportions… Read More »Inspirational Quotes for the WEEKEND
By Brenda Sanudi Mchinji, Mana: A group of citizens of goodwill under the flagship of Still I rise (Tingathe) has donated physiotherapy equipment to Mchinji District Hospital. Speaking on Sunday, during the handover ceremony of the equipment, Still I rise Founder, Andida Mando said the… Read More »Grouping donates Physiotherapy Equipment to Mchinji Hospital
By Tione Andsen Lilongwe, Mana: Government has appealed to stakeholders to play their rightful role to spearhead mind-set change among societies in order to foster development in the country. The Minister of Home National Unity, Timothy Mtambo made the appealed Wednesday during the official opening… Read More »Stakeholders urged to spearhead Mind-set change among Societies
By Twimepoki Mangani Lilongwe, Mana: Author Hope Chawala Banda’s newly released book titled “I BURNT MY SUICIDE NOTE” is enjoying remarkable responses on the market. Barely weeks after its release on the 7th May Banda has embarked on a country tour selling and reading the… Read More »Hope Chawala Banda Combats Suicide in New book
By Charles Leyman Kachitsa A Malawian born in Mangochi District, Cllr Suleman Khonat has become the first African Mayor of Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council, United Kingdom (UK). According to the Lancashire Telegraph, the annual Mayor Making ceremony took place in Blackburn Town Hall last… Read More »Suleman Khonat a Malawian – Now Mayor of Blackburn, UK.
By Ted-Ed Dig into the Chinese myth of Zhu Yingtai, who disguises herself as a boy in order to attend school, and her love Liang Shanbo. — Although only boys were allowed at the Confucius Academy, what Zhu Yingtai wanted was to go to school.… Read More »The Chinese Legend of Butterfly Lovers