Education

Imtiaz follows his father’s singing footsteps

Aubrey Thom Vakhani “Like father like son,” so goes an adage. This adage suits one of the country’s celebrated Muslim singers, Kadhaf Ahmad Pilo whose son [Imtiaz Ahmad Pilo] is following his father’s singing footsteps. Speaking in an interview, senior Pilo said he used to carry  his son when he was working on songs in his studio. “My studio was ...

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Bamusi drops Kundende, Umasiye poem videos, promises to release new album next month

By Aubrey Thom Vakhani When listening to ‘Kundende’, a poem done by Yusufu Bamusi, one can imagine and believe that the poet was once served a jail term in one of the country’s prisons. This is so because of his articulation of some events inside prison cells. Speaking in an interview after the release of his two poetry videos (Kundende ...

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38 schools in Dowa surveyed and leased

By Brino Kayanga Mwale 38 out 238 schools in Dowa had done land mapping for leaseholds using the 2017/ 2018 School Improvement Grant( SIG). The mapping exercise came following increasing reports that most of the school’s land is being encroached for buildings and sale for money a development which is leaving schools with no room for expansion. Pic: Dowa District ...

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Faith leaders, Government and Organizations join hands to end child marriages in the country

By Hawa Juma Faith leaders have joined hands with government and Organizations to end child marriages in the country through prayers and everything they can. On the day of prayer and action on child protection campaign that took place on 24 November 2018 at area 30 police Headquarters in Lilongwe, faith leaders, government through the ministry of Gender and Organizations ...

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