Malawi 24
Bushiri wants your offering: Says Prophets are not in hiding
Prophet Shepherd Bushiri has requested people to deposit offerings directly into his Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church bank account following the suspension of his church services because of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The flamboyant televangelist has also hit...
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The Nation
Industry sees gaps in Covid-19 measures
Barely a day after President Peter Mutharika unveiled additional measures to ease the burden of businesses and individuals in the face of the coronavirus (Covid-19)pandemic, industry has faulted some of the strategies, saying they fall short in addressing key issues.
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The Nation
Social cash transfers change lives
A woman who abandoned HIV treatment because “life had become worthless” has astonishingly discovered her immense worth in raising orphans rejected by her extended family. As our Staff Writer JAMES CHAVULA writes, social cash transfers are helping them live for each other better a...
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The Nation
Sunbird reflects on 2019, forecasts tougher 2020
Sunbird Tourism plc, the Malawi Stock Exchange (MSE)-listed hospitality chain, says the post-election impasse slowed down business in 2019 and has forecast a challenging 2020 because of the impact of coronavirus and the fresh presidential election.
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Nyasa Times
Malawi puts 60 people under surveillance over suspicion of coronavirus
Health officials in Lilongwe have been following up 60 people – including students at Bishop Mackenzie International High School – over suspicion of  coronavirus (Covid-19). Lilongwe District  Health Office (DHO) Alinafe Mbewe-Tambala said they have traced 60 people who are belie...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi veep Chilima to forgo full salary to help Covid-19 fight
Malawi vice-president Saulos Chilima has said he will forgo his entire salary of K1.7 million monthly towards efforts  to mobilise resources for the coronavirus (Covid-19) fight. Chilima’s spokesperson Pilirani Phiri confirmed that the State Vice-President has committed all his s...
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Malawi 24
UNICEF buying medical supplies for Malawi
The United Nations (UN) says UNICEF is buying medical supplies and equipment as part of the UN’s efforts to fight COVID-19 in Malawi. United Nations Resident Coordinator for Malawi Ms. Maria Jose Torres said this in a statement on Saturday detailing the her organisations actions...
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