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Muslims Take Part in HRDC Demos

PHOTO CREDIT: RAS KANSENGWA LILONGWE: Muslims joined thousand Malawians in the domonstrations organised by Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) yesterday. The demonstrations that took place in major cities namely Lillongwe, Blantyre and Mzuzu meant to force the Chairman of Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) Jane Ansah to step down for allegedly …

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APM Leaves for UK Tommorow

President Arthur Peter Mutharika (APM) will on Friday, 17th January, 2020 leave the country for London, United Kingdom (UK) to attend the UK-Africa Investment Summit. According to a statement from the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC), President Mutharika will depart Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe at 4pm. The …

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Machinga Protests Split Malawi Muslims

Malawi Muslims have expressed different opinions over protests held this morning in Machinga district. Some Muslims in the district demonstrated forcing government to arrest people who murdered a Muslim police officer during Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) demonstrations in Msundwe in October, 2019. Reacting to the development, one Muslim has …

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Saudi Billionaire Supporting Malawi Muslim Medical Students

One of billionaires in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) ,Sheikh Sulaiman Alrajhi is financially supporting Malawi Muslim medical students at his Sulaiman Alrajhi University. Sheikh Alrajhi, a renowned business man in the Arab world is supporting four Malawian students. Two are studying Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery …

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No Country can Develop Without Skilled Force – Chimulirenji

Vice President, Everton Chimulirenji on Wednesday said no country can develop without skilled labour force; hence, advised people in the country to have vision and remain focused. Speaking during Reverend John Chilembwe’s Memorial Service of Worship at Providence Industrial Mission (PIM) in Chiradzulu, Chimulirenji said Chilembwe established PIM in 1900 …

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Malawi Medical Students in Sudan to Conduct Health Check-up Program

Malawi Muslim Medical students at International University of Africa (IUA) in Sudan will conduct a health check-up program in February, 2020. The students will conduct the program under their umbrella body called Malawi Medical Students Association (MAMSA) MAMSA Secretary Uthman Wisck told Malawi Muslim Website that the students will among …

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MET Warns of More Rains and Thunderstorms

Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services (DCCMS) has revealed that most areas across the country are likely to experience scattered to widespread thunderstorms associated with heavy rains, lightning and fog with occasional sunshine intervals. In a statement issued on Sunday, Director of DCCMS, Jolamu Nkhokwe said the weather occurrence …

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Thumbs Up to Bilal Trust as ICBM Needs to Start Offering Degree Programs

Malawians commend a leading Islamic charitable organisation called Bilaal Trust for spearheading the process to start offering Degree Programs at its Blantyre based International College of Business Management (ICBM) The idea to see ICBM offering Degree Programs has received ovation from Malawi Muslim and Non- Muslim community. Students who are …

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ACB is impartial- Matemba

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has refuted claims that it is partial when discharging its duties. The remarks made by ACB Boss Reyneck Matemba at the ongoing press briefing in Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe. Matemba is addressing the media on the progress that the bureau has made regarding to allegations that some …

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Businessman Fined for Attempting to Externalise Forex

The Mkukula Senior Resident Magistrate Court in Dowa on Monday convicted and ordered businessman Feroz Dawood Tahil to pay a fine of K500, 000 for attempting to externalise forex. Tahil, a Limbe-based businessman originally from Pakistan, was arrested on 23 December last year at Kamuzu International Airport (KIA) Airport Police …

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