Secretary for Education, Science and Technology, Justin Saidi has commended Norway for its support towards the education sector in the country. He was speaking at Nthulu Primary School in Dedza on Tuesday when The Royal... The post Malawi commends Norway for educational support appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
Three athletes namely Prisca Kachule, Tiaonele Banda and Alinafe Phuwa on Wednesday left for Dubai where they will represent Malawi at the Dubai Paralympics scheduled from 24 to 25 February. The Dubai Paralympic games winners... The post 3 Malawi athletes leave for Dubai paralympic games appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
Southern Region Water Board (SRWB) has taken Mangochi Town Council to court for sinking boreholes in its facilities after the board disconnected water over a K10 million bill. Southern Region Water Board spokesperson Rita Makwangwala... The post Water board takes council to court over borehole drilling appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
Mourners from across the political divide come together on Wednesay to honour former Cabinet minister Patrick Mbewe, one of the founders of the United Democratic Front (UDF), who was laid to rest at his Tawa... The post Bedfellows and foes unite at Patrick Mbewe’s funeral: Malawi-ex-minister laid to rest at Tawa appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
Some women in Neno have asked health authorities in the district to transfer a male nurse whom they accuse of asexually assaulting female patients. Speaking during a meeting which the Neno Women Forum had with... The post Neno up against male nurse over sexually abusing female patients appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
Lucy Burrows from Swindon in Wiltshire raged on social that Barber n' Bar in Cheltenham left her with the 'world's worst' undercut after shaving wonky lines into the back of her head.
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Thai star Kiradech Aphibarnrat has vowed to remain patient after running into a rough patch of form with three missed cuts from his last four starts.
Toronto police knew Bruce McArthur «had a link» to three of the eight men he pleaded guilty to murdering after interviewing the serial killer in late 2013, according to a newly unsealed judicial order.
South Korean tech giant launches not two, not three, not four, but five devices
Hundreds of people, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, gathered in Halifax's main square Wednesday night in support of a Syrian refugee family that lost seven children in a fast-moving house fire.
To honour the seven children killed in the Halifax fire, one woman is leading an effort to have neighbours put out teddy bears on their front porches and window sills.
A former campaign worker for President Donald Trump filed a lawsuit on Wednesday seeking to invalidate all of the non-disclosure and non-disparagement agreements that campaign workers were required to sign before joining the president's 2016 election campaign.
U.S. authorities have arrested a U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant who described himself as a white nationalist and amassed a cache of weapons to "murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country," according to court documents.
The Accra East Regional Superintendent of the Assemblies of God church says the state must make it impossible for individuals without just cause to have access to arms.
Founder of Legacy Crop Improvement Centre has advised farmers to adopt new agricultural technologies and improved seeds to counter the adverse effects of climatic conditions.
America-based pro LGBT group Ally Athlete has broken off its partnership with the tennis star Martina Navratilova after she said that allowing transgender athletes to compete against female counterparts was “insane and cheating.” Read Full Article at RT.com
Following frustration with manager Maurizio Sarri and a string of below-par signings, Chelsea fans have begun to question Marina Granovskaia, mastermind behind the transfers and also known as «the most powerful woman in football.» Read Full Article at RT.com
Former two-weight UFC world champ Georges St-Pierre is reported to be announcing his retirement from mixed martial arts at a press conference in Montreal on Thursday after talks with Khabib Nurmagomedov broke down. Read Full Article at RT.com
UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov has responded to the news of the impending retirement of MMA icon Georges St-Pierre by touting the mouth-watering prospect of the two meeting in November for the Russian's title. Read Full Article at RT.com
The mixed martial arts world is reacting to the impending retirement of legendary UFC fighter Georges St-PIerre, who reports suggest will announce that he is stepping away from the sport on Thursday. Read Full Article at RT.com
We know their names, and where they were. But no one has given a public explanation for what several former elite U.S. service members were doing in Haiti — and why they were driving without license plates, carrying an assortment of automatic rifles, drones and other gear. The men face charges of being part of a criminal conspiracy, the Haitian Times reports, after being intercepted at a routine police roadblock.
Today the Australian government banned conspiracy researcher David Icke from entering the country for his multi-city speaking tour. Although he has spoken in Australia several times in the past decade, the government cited Icke’s skeptical views of vaccinations and global warming as the reason for the ban. Icke learned about the ban mere hours before his flight. Apparently Australians are no longer free to hear opposing points of view.
The government of Hungary is poking billionaire globalist George Soros and the European Union again. On Tuesday, the government announced on its Facebook page that it is launching a new media campaign with the message that Soros and the EU are in favor of unchecked illegal immigration into the EU states, including Hungary.
The family of British tourist Hugo Palmer are clinging to a glimmer of hope that the 20-year-old is still alive after he went missing in northern New South Wales.
A diminished version of the United We Roll convoy left Ottawa Wednesday afternoon, words of support from one more Conservative MP trailing behind.
Quebec's Revenue Department is trying to seize the assets of a former SNC-Lavalin executive facing trial on fraud-related charges after estimating he owes the government more than $11 million in back taxes.
Ontario NDP MP Charlie Angus says the death of a 48-year-old woman in Cat Lake First Nation is shaking up community residents and he doesn't know what it will take for the federal government to see the northern Ontario reserve is in a health crisis.
No one is more conventional than a wild-eyed rock star smashing his guitar on stage. Nothing is more old-fashioned than taking hallucinogens, unless it’s infanticide. No one is more puritan than a vegan, although you’re getting close with affluent middle-class families intent on consuming only organic, fair-trade food and giving the children memorable learning experiences rather than toys. And nothing is more ritualised than the weekly discussion programme. Before an attentive audience, over a panel representing a range of opinion, the presenter presides with thoughtful neutrality. Ready to consider each view, while remaining detached from them all, the presenter is the priest, in sponsored vestments, leading the worship of a pluralist, open society. The best programmes attract millions of viewers. It’s important to remember all this, given the way the discussion of plummeting Sunday Mass attendance is going. Blame is being cast on conventionality, old-fashioned ways, puritanism and ritualism. Yet none of these things, in themselves, have lost their power to attract, fascinate and guide tastes and behaviour. If there’s something wrong with these in the Maltese Church, the...