Hundreds of Malawians, Mozambicans Return Home

  • Originally published in: AllAfrica.com Malawi

VP Chimulirenji Preaches Peaceful Co-Existence

  • Originally published in: AllAfrica.com Malawi

Chakwera Welcomes 18 Independent MPs

  • Originally published in: AllAfrica.com Malawi
National Muslim Students Association organises mega gathering at MUST

National Muslim Students Association organises mega gathering at MUST

Malawi Muslim students body called National Muslim Students’ Association (NAMSA) through its southern region chapter on Saturday, November 9, 2019 has organised a get together at Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST), under the the

  • Originally published in: MalawiMuslims.com
CCAP Church Rejects 'Baby Mama', Blesses Royal Wedding

CCAP Church Rejects 'Baby Mama', Blesses Royal Wedding

Church of Central Africa Presbytery (CCAP) Ntcheu Presbytery on Saturday rejected the formal request made by Ovixlexla Bunya of Lilongwe that she wrote on Thursday, October 31, asking the Church not to officiate the Holy Matrimony betwe

  • Originally published in: AllAfrica.com Malawi
One million Christmas lights man ends display over safety fears

One million Christmas lights man ends display over safety fears

The owners of the house pull the plug on this year's display as it is "too big" for them to handle.

  • Originally published in: BBC News Home
TNM Responds to ICT Challenges in Community Secondary Schools

TNM Responds to ICT Challenges in Community Secondary Schools

Malawi's premier mobile network and ICT services provider, TNM, has donated ICT equipment to Januwale Community Day Secondary School (CDSS) in Thyolo under the banner 'ICT for Schools' initiate.

Originally published in: AllAfrica.com Malawi on Nov. 28, 2019, 8:02 a.m.

Why There's A Divide Between Environmentalists And Evangelicals

Why There's A Divide Between Environmentalists And Evangelicals

Among the voices calling for action on climate change are some young evangelicals, despite the fact that church elders have portrayed environmentalism as anti-Christian.

  • Originally published in: NPR News

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