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Bilal Trust Commends MAM

In its relentless efforts, in doing commendable work, Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM) gets a record appreciation from one of its stakeholders, Bilal Trust, for what the trust call it a mile efforts in providing relief to hunger crisis in Malawi. The appreciation was made during Bilal’s 4000 bags of …

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Applications are Open for Turkish Undergraduate and postgraduate Studies

Applications for Türkiye Scholarships will be received by 29 February-31 March 2016. The application to Türkiye Scholarship programs is online and totally free process. Candidates can apply only one scholarship programme in accordance with their educational background and academic goals. Türkiye Scholarships include both scholarship and university placement at the …

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Editorial: Muslim Inmates Need Our Support

    “They only consider us during the month of Ramadhan.” This was the complaint made to Malawi Muslims Official Website by one of the inmates at Chichiri Prison Lajab Biziweck (not his real name) serving a five year sentence. Imam Ibn Al-Athir said in his book Al-Kamil Fil Tarikh, that when …

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Chambo Fisheries Asks Government to Invest in Aquaculture

Malawi is currently sailing through troubled waters ranging from poor sales from the country’s major foreign earner tobacco, low yields due to the floods and the prolonged dry spell that hit most parts of the country among others. As the country is grappling with these challenges and looking into other …

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Are Agro-Dealers Trustworthy?

Throughout history, smallholder farming has been considered to be the engine of growth as far as food security is concerned in Malawi. The industry has been contributing 80% to economic growth of the country. But for Mercy John of traditional authority Saimon in mwanza district, smallholder farming has not been …

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Environmental Expert Tips Government on Power Blackouts

Environmental expert Green Malunga has asked government not to interfere in the affairs of the Electricity supply Commission of Malawi (Escom) if the problems of power blackouts are to improve in Malawi. Malunga who served as the Minister of Energy and Mines in the Bingu administration said problems that we …

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