The camp will continue for 8 weeks and of the first batch in the first week which started on 17 February, 3 Malawian students ; Abdulaziz Kaisi, Ibrahim Chilungo and Mussa Muhammad Silika attended.
‘Who is your colonial master? ’ asked a middle-aged filling station attendant, ‘I don’t have one,’ I retorted. ‘Of course you have one, must be those so called British or French nobles, ’ he insisted. ‘Mr Aleaddin,’ I said, ‘ I don’t think you exactly know what you are talking about, Malawi gained its independence […]
OSISA invites proposals from civil society, community or state actors from the region for the following programme priority areas: – Human Rights, Access to Justice and the Rule of Law Democracy and Governance Social and Economic Justice Natural Resources Governance Youth Arts and Culture Women’s Rights To apply, organisations and entities operating and registered in […]
The World has over the past decades filled with conflicts all over. Soon after the end of first and second World wars many countries thought it was the beginning of a new chapter, a chapter of peace and reconciliation but many countries found themselves in new conflicts because of social, political and cultural problems. There […]
“We can see Malawi as an example of one of the countries that can successfully develop faster considering that it has a lot of resources such as mines and lakes and so many other which can bring a lot of money to this country.”
Detroit residents face water cuts, which deny them the basic human right of access to water.
Organization of Africa Youth (OAYOUTH) is expected to join the leaders from different countries around the continent as they are meeting in United States of America (USA) where new sustainable development goals will be launched. The leaders whose countries are the members of the United Nations (UN) are expected to meet in USA this week […]
Do you know that approximately 1.3 billion tonnes of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year gets lost or wasted yet millions are starving elsewhere in the world? Do you know that Allah strictly forbade wasting foodstuffs in the Holy Qur’an and that you and me can manage to alleviate this […]
Charleston Central Mosque in the United States of America (USA) treated the visiting African participants of the International Visitor Leadership Program to American Muslims hospitality after they provided Iftaar to the visiting religious leaders for five days during the holy month of Ramadhaan. According to dispatches from the USA that have been accessed by Malawi […]
Sheikh Abdullah Omar Mdala Managing Editor of Insight Magazine and contributor for Malawi Muslims Official Website has been selected to represent Malawi in this year’s international visitor leadership program, which is currently under way in the United States of America up to July 27, 2015. International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) is the U.S. Department of […]