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Muslim Hands, Malawi Govt Unite for the Needy

Education is said to be a solution to many problems as evidenced in many developing, not talk of already developed countries. Educated citizens contribute to meaningful and sustainable development of their families as well as their countries. However, the standards of education in many African countries are very low. Malawi is no exception. Another challenge which has stagnated in the …

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MAM lifts Injunction, Elections in Progress

Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM) has successfully managed to lift an injunction which Islamic Concern led by Dr Sheikh Imran Shareef took yesterday. This means that MAM can go ahead with conducting district elections. more updates soon…

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There is no room for violence in Islam

It is clear that Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) preached about peace. For so many times, he taught his companions about treating everyone with equality, respect, and tolerance regardless of his or her belief and background. He even said a neighbor has rights over you which extended to mean an entire community. However, it is very sad that there …

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YALI Regional Leadership Center Southern Africa Call for Applications

The Regional Leadership Center Southern Africa is now receiving applications for Cohort One. Deadline for applications is December 18, 2015, 17:00 SAST. To submit an application, please go to our website  http://www.yalisouthernafrica.org/, click on Applications, Application Form, and complete the form online. Make sure to upload all attachments as requested. What is the YALI Regional Leadership Center Southern Africa? The …

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Are Agro-Dealers Trustworthy?

Throughout history, smallholder farming has been considered to be the engine of growth as far as food security is concerned in Malawi. The industry has been contributing 80% to economic growth of the country. But for Mercy John of traditional authority Saimon in mwanza district, smallholder farming has not been as successful as she thought could be since she joined …

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The Future Of Malawi’s Burley Still Solid-AHL

Auction Holdings limited (AHL) says the future of Malawi’s Burley tobacco is still solid despite a few current hitches surrounding the production and pricing levels to match with the international demands. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for the holding Evance Matabwa disclosed that the local leaf is still considered as the best and very attractive in the world because of the …

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