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Planning what to watch today on TV. Check out the Times Television Program list for Monday 1 April 2019 05:00- Breakfast Live 08:00- Times News Bulletin 08:30- Sports Update 09:00- Nkhani Mu Chichewa 09:30- Kwagwanji 10:15- Spotlight 11:15- Fusion 12:15- Interlude 12:30- From the Terraces 13:00- Times News Bulletin 13:30- Carnations 14:00- Nkhani Mu Chichewa 14:30- Urban 16:00- Ana Ife 17:00- DW News 18:00- Infotainment 18:30- Sports Arena 19:00- Nkhani Mu Chichewa 19:30- Maranatha Herbal 20:00- Times News Bulletin 20:30-...
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 don't know about Africa. (1) Dallol in Northern Ethiopia has the world's hottest average temperature. The average temperature in this locality is 93 degrees Fahrenheit...
Hagia Sophia in Turkey pictured in 2013
On Wednesday, as a part of his pre-election campaign, the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan pledged converting Hagia Sophia, formerly a Greek Orthodox church and now a museum, to a mosque, following the election today. He announced this change by live television on Wednesday and again verbally in a rally on Friday, despite criticism by the Greek foreign minister and United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) who...
Brexit March in London
Estimates by event organizers indicate roughly one million people marched in London on Saturday during an anti-Brexit ("British exit") march, protesting the pending exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union(EU). Protesters, carrying placards asking the government to revoke Article 50 — the EU treaty clause invoked by Brexit — and European Union flags, marched from Hyde Park Corner to Parliament. The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, tweeted, "Here in London, thousands of...
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 1990 (Malawi) -  The southern African Development Coordination Conference (SADCC) was established by 9 countries with the Lusaka declaration (Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe). The main aim was coordinating development projects in order to lessen economic dependence on apartheid South Africa....
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   2012 (Malawi) - The IMF again pressured impoverished Malawi to devalue its currency, which is trading on the black market at nearly double the official exchange rate. 1995 (TANZANIA) -  Tens of thousands of Rwandan refugees, fleeing violence in Burundi, began a two-day trek to sanctuary in Tanzania. 1999 (TANZANIA)...
TNM Super League
Henry Misanjo has cut short his stay at MZUNI Football Club as he want to look for a club that will sustain his career. Misanjo who has been at the Mzuzu based team since 2015 said he has opted to terminate his contract as its not clear as to whether the Mzuzu University sponsored team will play in the Super...
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Ferroviario de Nampula has defeated Nyasa Big Bullets in the second match of the Nyasa Big 4 bonanza. The Mozambique team dominated much if possession and created a lot of chances but failed to convert them into goals as it was goalless at half time. In the second half, Ferroviario continued to attack Bullets and their efforts were rewarded as they...
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)  Primary forests shrink by on average 40,000 square kilometres (or 0.6% of total remaining forest cover) each year with most significant...
Thumbs up Malawi
By Franco Mwachande Jnr Local Non Governmental Organization (NGO) called Flying Girls Malawi (FGM) has asked authorities in the country to take a leading role in promoting girl's education so that they should finish their studies. The call was sounded on Wednesday after the organisation conducted a motivation talk at Njamba Secondary school  in Brantyre  where among other things they introduced...

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