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Chief Justice defers Malawi ex-president Muluzi’s K1.7bn case

BLANTYRE (Malawi NewsNow)- Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda has  asked defence and prosecution lawyers to address some legal issues before he makes a decision in the K1.7 billion ($3.8 million) corruption case against former president Bakili Muluzi. The case came before Nyirenda after Muluzi’s lead lawyer, Tamando Chokotho, told High Court judge Maclean Kamwambe that he wanted the case to go to the Constitutional Court as per Rule 8(1) of the Courts (High Court) (Procedure on the interpretation of Application of the Constitution) Rule. Chokotho said he felt the issues being raised in the case were constitutional in nature. Judiciary...

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Another Sodom and Gomorrah

Sodom and Gomorrah, the Holy Bible tells us, were destroyed by God for their immoral sexual behaviour. But with what is going in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community around the world today, we are fortunate that God is still watching us, giving us another chance to mend our ways and refrain from this obvious violation of all that is decent. After all, He is the God of mercy. But He is still the God of justice that applied his justice to those two ancient cities. From the happenings of today, the sin of Sodom and Gomorrah...

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Moyo Cover insurance pays K50.8m in funeral claims, says TNM

BLANTYRE (Malawi NewsNow) –TNM says it has paid over K58.5 million worth of Life insurance claims under its Moyo Cover insurance available to customers registered on its mobile money-transfer service, Mpamba. TNM Products Manager Asante Chitimba confirmed in an interview that the amount has been paid to 259 people since September 2013 when the service was launched. “Since we launched the service I am happy to report that the service has been very successful in achieving the set purpose of assisting customers to access life Insurance cover which they use to offset various expenses and in some cases investing...

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Malawi duo join Jomo Cosmos in South Africa

LILONGWE (Peter Kanjere, SuperSport) –Malawian internationals Muhamad Sulumba and Micium Mhone have joined Jomo Cosmos for pre-season training after impressing in recent trials. The players had after the trials returned to their respective clubs Be Forward Wanderers and Blue Eagles while waiting for an agreement on transfer fees. Ben Chiwaya, Cosmos representative in Lilongwe, told The Nation newspaper of Malawi that both players had rejoined Cosmos for good. “I can confirm that both players are now in Jo’burg pending further negotiations with their prospective clubs,” Chiwaya said. “We are optimistic that the negotiations will be fruitful and that is...

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How to care for your skin during pregnancy

A woman encounters numerous hormonal changes in her body during pregnancy. These transitions often result into a fair and glowing charm on the face of some women, while for few it brings woes like dullness, pimples, pigmentation and others. But one needs not to panic under such situations as these problems vanish with due course of time and can be still made less prominent with few home remedies. Renowned Aesthetician & Cosmetologist and Founder-Director of Alps Beauty Clinics, Ms Bharti Taneja shares skin-care tips for different skin problems, along with do’s and don’ts for the expecting women. Pigmentation &...

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