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Boozing Restriction Law, Way To Go Karonga Girls

  As always addicted to news I open my PC, jumping from one news site to another and then finally, I stumble on a headline “Karonga girls push for boozing restriction law ”. I read it and try to read the few comments accompanying it. Going through the comments gives …

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Cancer – Matter of Great Concern

In the 21st century and after fifty years of independence, despite the fact that Malawi is among the developing nations of the world, having only two qualified cancer doctors – oncologists one stationed at Queens in Blantyre and one at Kamuzu Central Hospital is a matter of great concern. Having …

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OPINION: The President Must Rise Above Partisan Politics

Recently there was an article in one of the local newspapers where some people were saying that some of the policies governing this country need to changed in parliament because the country is being ruled by one tribe and region. Those who are calling for the need to change some …

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Muslims in Mangochi were right to chase Muwake

Recently some angry Muslims in Mangochi attacked and chased the District Education Manager’s (DEM) office and destroyed property belonging to Primary Education Adviser (PEA) Chauluka Muwake who they accuse of introducing education rules that violate Islamic teachings. This follows the failure by the Ministry of Education to act on the …

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