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A Progressive Soul

A PROGRESSIVE SOUL A progressive soul always looks forward in every circumstance. Such a soul sees setbacks as mere detours or bumps or hiccups put in the way by the Universe. A progressive soul views such detours, bumps or hiccups … Continue reading

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An Overview of Building and Construction in Malawi

Originally posted in The Hard Hat Professional on 31/03/2016 as “INSIDE AFRICA: AN OVERVIEW OF BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION IN MALAWI” Building and Construction in Malawi is vastly different from South Africa’s own burgeoning construction sector. Mulima Phiri, registered Pr.CM shares … Continue reading

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Malawi Queens Europe donate Mosquito nets to Chileka Health Center… | Mai Malawi

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The Stories Within

In news items about Malawi which are posted on Malawi online news channels like Nyasatimes and Malawi Voice, the story is usually in the readers’ comments. How majority of comments end up being about Northerners and non-Northerners is one more … Continue reading

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In The Present, On The Wall

When I miss Sunday church fellowship, I usually open my Bible on a random page and let whatever passage is on that page minister to me. When I did the same on Sunday, 14 September 2014, I was taken to … Continue reading

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SOS My Good Friends! Help Chiyembekezo

My good friends who are looking at this capture of a letter pronouncing an impending dismissal of a very intelligent young man from a secondary school in Malawi for a cumulated MK110,000 (~US$276), please help this young man so that … Continue reading

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Malawi: A Small Country with a Big Heart

Originally posted on athenatales:
Malawi is a small country with a big heart. I understand why it’s called “The Warm Heart of Africa”–because there are parts of this land that are breathtakingly beautiful. If you take a minute, you can…

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