Written by Garvey Karvei
A senior government official has disclosed that a pre-award review of this year’s award of tender for supplies of fertilizer for the farm input subsidy programme has shown that old habits die hard.
There are, as of now, at least four lists in circulation that firstly, make little sense; secondly, whose figures do not correspond and thirdly show blatant disregard of the set guidelines.
Written by IHECHUKWU NJOKU
Renowned Nigerian Pastor T.B. Joshua turns 50 on Wednesday June 12th 2013. In his characteristically unconventional style, he has called for the focus of the celebration to be redirected towards care for the less privileged and job creation for unemployed graduates.
Written by PROPHET AUSTIN LIABUNYA
What I can say on Malawi is: Lets just be committed in Prayers because I saw a dark cloud. Lets pray against the spirit of death of leaders.
Written by MARAPOST CHIEF CORRESPONDENT
BLANTYRE (MaraPost) -- Parishioners from the Catholic Archdiocese of Blantyre are being requested to dig deeper into their pockets to raise K123 million to pay off a loan by Montfort Press, a printing outfit which was run by the church and was closed down because it was posting losses for years, MaraPost has established.
Written by SOUTHERN AFRICA LITIGATION CENTRE
JOHANNESBURG (SALC) – Lesotho’s Constitutional Court has struck a serious blow against women’s rights and gender equality by upholding a discriminatory section of the Chieftainship Act, which denies all daughters the right to succeed to chieftainship solely due to their gender.