Written by ADEBAYO ONANUGA
T.B. Joshua has just released video showing him foreseeing the controversial Malaysian Airlines MH17 disaster precisely five months earlier.
Written by JOHN KABICHI -- MARAVIPOST
BLANTYRE (MaraviPost) – Nude pictures of a woman, said to be an employee of one of the notable banks in Malawi’s commercial capital Blantyre, has gone viral in Malawi’s social networking platforms.
Some of the Facebook pages the pictures are being shared include Malawi Breaking News and Tips for a Successful Relationship.
The photos are also being shared via whatsapp and twitter.
In the recent past, Malawi has registered similar cases – with most blame put on men, who it is said share the photos once they break up with their spouses.
Written by MANA
Machinga, July 4,2014: A 16 year old boy from Molipa Trading Center in Machinga escaped death Wednesday afternoon after a three tonner pick up loaded with rice lost direction and drove through a house where the boy was having a siesta.
A Toyota Dyan registration number BS 1906 was driving from Nsanama Trading Center towards Liwonde Township, according to Henry Waesi who escaped death by some inches.
Written by MARAVI POST CORRESPONDENT
BLANTYRE (Maravipost)--Local artists have once again teamed up to hold a gospel music show aimed a raising funds for Malawi Institute of Journalism (MIJ) Radio presenter and producer Nicolas Mbonela who has a heart problem.
Written by MARAVIPOST
LILONGWE (MaraviPost) -- Malawi’s most famous gay South Africa-based Tionge Chimbalanga aka Aunt Tio has undergone immeasurable metamorphosis as far as his looks are concerned since he left the country a couple of years ago.
The 26-year old and Steve Monjeza were the first to hold the first ever public gay marriage in Malawi’s commercial capital of Blantyre in 2010.
Homosexuality is illegal in Malawi and attracts a penalty of a minimum of 14 years imprisonment with hard labour. The two were sentenced as such but were later released because of global pressure. The international community had threatened to withdraw aid, which makes up of 40 per cent of the country’s annual fiscal budget.
In this picture, Aunt Tio, now comfortably based living in the Republic of South Africa shows how he has changed looks, so much so that he can be mistaken for a woman.