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Lightening kills woman in Blantyre

Lightening has on Sunday killed a 32 year old woman at Nsanganiza village in Blantyre. According to information gathered by Malawi Muslim Website, the deceased, Kawenga Kaiwe went to visit a friend and met her fate on her way back when it started raining. Her body was found lying along …

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Islamic University Graduates 10 Malawian students

Ten Malawian students have graduated yesterday in various disciplines at Islamic University in Uganda (IUIU). The students graduated in Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication (Honors), Bachelor of Information Technology (Honors), Bachelor of Arts in Economics (Honors), Bachelor of Business Studies, Major Accounting (Honors), Bachelor of Food Science and Nutrition …

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Kutsaira says Malawi geared to protect ozone layer

Minister of Natural Resources Energy and Mining, Bintony Kutsaira, yesterday participated in a discussion on the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer in Rome, Italy. Addressing the members, Kutsaira expressed concern over the limit introduction and use of sustainable cold chain with Low Global Warming Potential (GWP) …

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#Exclusive: Focus on Malawi Muslim Artists.

In today’s section , Hussein Mussa (HM) is chating with Malawi’s top Nasheed artist , Ishmael Katawala (IK). (HM) Tell me your biography. (IK)My full name is Ishmael Afick Katawala. I was born on 30th January, 1987. I am from Mponda village in Mangochi district. (HM)May you tell our readers …

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Misconceptions about nasheed worry Muslim Artists

Muslim artists in the country say growing negative attitude towards nasheed is contributing to the decline of the industry. A celebrated nasheed artist, Ishmael Katawala told Malawi Muslim Website that the industry is dwindling because some Muslim clerics are against it. “To be frank and honest , there is decline …

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GENET Commemorates youth day in Dowa

Girls Empowerment Network (GENET) recently joined the international, national and local communities in Dowa district to commemorate this year’s International Youth Day, which highlighted the need to make education more relevant, equitable and inclusive for all the youth. The commemoration was organized in partnership with DAPP, USAID, World Vision and …

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