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Zebra in the wild
Do horse flies irritate you? There bite is not nice!! In findings published in PLoS One, scientists from the University of Bristol and UC Davis say zebras may have gotten their stripes to confuse ectoparasites, such as flies. The researchers observed tabanid horse flies around zebras and domestic horses in captive settings and they found the flies had a harder time landing on zebras than on the monochrome coats of the horses. Results...
Interesting facts about Africa
Africa is an amazing place. Made up of 54 countries, the most spoken language is Arabic, hottest continent, largest dessert and of course the most beautiful people. Here are a few things I bet you didn’t know about Africa. (1)  Some 60% of the tropical forests in the Congo Basin are considered commercially exploitable. (2) Six of the top ten countries with the...
On this day in Malawi, Africa and the world
Check out what happened in history on this day, who was born and much more! AFRICA Malawi 2007- Malawi reported Michael Sata, the head of the Zambian opposition, after he flew there on personal business and to meet former Malawi president Bakili Muluzi. DRC 2006 UN peacekeepers charged that militiamen in northeast Congo grilled bodies on a spit and boiled two girls alive as their...
Malawi Football Association - The Flames
The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has unveiled RAB Processors as a new partner for the Flames at a ceremony held at its headquarters Mpira village in Blantyre on Tuesday. At the ceremony, RAB Processors unveiled it's product, Vital Water as the official water of the National teams after signing a 3 years partnership with FAM. Speaking at the ceremony...
CAF Champion league
Flames coach Ronny Van Geneugden has released a 23 man squad to go into camp on Sunday 17 March ahead of the last 2019 AFCON qualifier match against Morocco on 23 March at Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe. In the released squad, the Belgian tactician has not called regular players such as Brighton Munthali, Levison Maganizo, Denis Chembezi, Patrick Phiri,...
Lilongwe Teachers Training College
Breaking News: A fire has begun in today at the Lilongwe Teachers Training College in Area 25 has caught fire and the damage is extensive.  The fire seems to be in the male hostel area and students have where possible removed their belongings. The cause has not yet been reported. Emergency services are doing hat they can to manage...
Silver Strikers Logo
Silver Strikers Football Club has signed Malawi under 23 National football team goalkeeper Charles Thom at undisclosed fee. Thom who played for Dwangwa United in the 2018 season has signed a 3 years contract with the central bankers that will see him at the club until 2020. General Secretary for the club Lawrence Tobe has confirmed that the player has put...
Interesting facts about Africa
Africa is an amazing place. Made up of 54 countries, the most spoken language is Arabic, hottest continent, largest dessert and of course the most beautiful people. Here are a few things I bet you didn’t know about Africa. 1) There are fewer people with internet connections in Africa than there are in just New York City. 2) Over 25 million people...
TNM Super League
Allie Mwachande has announced his resignation from the position of Chairman of the Malawi Beach Soccer committee as he heads to the Super League of Malawi (SULOM). Mwachande confirmed the development saying he want to fully commit himself to his new position given at SULOM. "I have done a lot at the time I have been at beach soccer where among...
On this day in Malawi, Africa and the world
Check out what happened in history on this day, who was born and much more! AFRICA 2007 (Malawi) - Malawi Garnet Halliday (50), a senior Australian mining executive in charge of the development of a new uranium mine, died with his pilot when his chartered light aircraft crashed. THE WORLD 1855 - The first train crosses Niagara falls on a suspension bridge. 1904 -  The Bundestag in Germany...

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