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MAM pledges for more support to rescue Qur’an House

Muslim in the country are still urged to keep contributing money to rescue Muslim Association of Malawi’s Qur’an House in Blantyre. “Pulumutsani” Qur’an House contributions should be made to the following banking details: Bank Name: National Bank of Malawi, Account Name: Muslim Association of Malawi, Branch: Customs Road Account: 2239116 …

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Flames takes on South Sudan

The Malawi national football team, The Flames is starting 2021 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers against South Sudan today at Kamuzu stadium in Blantyre. Football Association of Malawi (FAM) President Walter Nyamilandu has asked the players to focus on the game and emerge winners. FAM boss has advised the …

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Malawi on-track in cyber security issues- Botomani

Malawi Minister of Information, Civic Education and Communication Technology, Mark Botomani says the country is going into the right direction in dealing with cyber security issues. Botomani made the remarks during the official opening of the Community Cyber Security Capacity Building workshop on Monday in Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe. “It is …

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Man jailed for defiling teenage in Mangochi

Senior Resident Magistrate court sitting in Mangochi has jailed Asedi Makoloni to 14 years imprisonment with hard labour for defiling a girl under the age of 16 years. Mangochi police public relations officer Inspector Rodrick Maida said the State Prosecutor Sub Inspector Emmanuel Kambwiri told the court that from April …

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Malawian woman found with drugs at KIA

Woman aged 29 has been arrested yesterday after she was found with dangerous drugs at Kamuzu International Airport (KIA). The woman identified as Agatha Sibongire Maseko was this morning found in possession of 9.4 kilograms of an illicit drug called Apomorphine. The drugs were found when the woman was attempting …

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Mutharika preaches peace at UNIMA graduation

President Peter Mutharika says University students should stay away from politics and concentrate on defending peace. Mutharika made the remarks today at the University of Malawi (UNIMA) graduation ceremony in Zomba. The president has commended the students of UNIMA for refraining from waging violence to please politicians. “Throughout the last …

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