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Interior:  Decorating Children’s Bedroom

 Children, by nature, are small, but they definitely can consume a larger part of the house’s space. When you walk into a house with children, in most cases, their presence is quickly noticed in the state of the house – from those jackets hanging (you mean lying on the floor?) on the wall to the dirty rainboots scattered at the doorstep. You need some sense of creativity and discipline to create that orderliness in a house. However, since children spend a…

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International Criminal Court Prosecutor on Gabon:  “The legal criteria for this Court to investigate have not been met”

On 29 September 2016, I announced the opening of a preliminary examination into the situation in Gabon, based on a referral received from the Government of Gabon with respect to crimes allegedly committed in its territory since May 2016 and potentially falling within the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (“ICC” or “Court”). My Office also received several article 15 communications alleging crimes in the context of the 2016 presidential election. Following a thorough factual and legal analysis of…

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Tanzania: Many drown as ferry capsized on Lake Victoria

As many as, at least, 40 people have been reported dead after a ferry capsized on Lake Victoria, Tanzania. A source had, however, insisted that the number of death could be more than 200. While about 100 people were rescued; 32 of them are thought to be in a serious condition. According to the report, the ferry MV Nyerere, which was overloaded with more than 400 passengers capsized near the shore between the islands of Ukora and Bugolora. As…

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KATA KATA MAGAZINE HITS THE STREET OF MALAWI

AT LAST, YOUR EVER HUMOROUS CARTOON MAGAZINE KATA KATA MAGAZINE IS ON THE STREET OF MALAWI. CHECK OUT: EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH PIKSY, THE MALAWIAN SENSATIONAL MUSICIAN CAPTIVATING ILLUSTRATION STORY ON LITERACY ARTICLES ON HEALTH, INTERIOR, DESTINATIONS, BEAUTY, FASHION, LITERARY CORNER, FOOD & RECIPES, KIDS AND MANY MORE… DON’T MISS OUT; GRAB YOUR COPY IMMEDIATELY AND BRIGHTEN YOUR DAY WITH A LAUGH. AVAILABLE AT: MBOWE FILLING STATION (NEXT TO CITY MALL) PUMA FILLING STATION, ALONG MCHINJI ROUNDABOUT TELEPHONES: 0888167456 /…

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Those Stained Clothes: A Must Read, Shocking story

A certain rich businessman had a beautiful daughter, who fell in love with a guy who was a cleaner. When the girl’s father came to know about their love, he did not like it at all, and so began to protest about it. Now it happened that the two lovers decided to leave their homes for a happy future. The girl’s father started searching for the two lovers but could not find them. At last, he accepted their love…

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Proverb of the week: “Dogs do not actually prefer bones to meat; it is just that no one ever gives them meat.”

Dogs do not actually prefer bones to meat; it is just that no one ever gives them meat. ~ Akan (Ghana) Are you meant to be poor? Is your social condition “normal” and permanent? These are perhaps some of the questions you might ask yourself. With the above proverb, the Akan people of Ghana try to create that sense of consciousness amongst themselves and discourage one from accepting their negative social situation without trying hard to change it positively. To…

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That Silent Killer Called Hepatitis

Often when we talk of deadly diseases or sicknesses, our minds go to cancer, Aids, stroke, and the rest; hardly, do we think of hepatitis. Hepatitis, an inflammation of the liver, which can be self-limiting or can progress to fibrosis (scarring), cirrhosis or liver cancer, is often caused by hepatitis viruses. Other infections, auto-immune diseases, toxic substances such as alcohol and certain drugs also play a major part in causing hepatitis. What makes hepatitis deadly is the fact that…

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We’re not scared of Nigeria – Seychelles manager

  Nigeria may have been to the World Cup six times but that performance does not scare their next opponents Seychelles. The island country’s coach Gavin Jeanne has announced that his team has no fear of Nigeria ahead of the teams’ 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier on Saturday. While admitting that it is their biggest football match ever he is quite hopeful that anything can still happen. Jeanne told Brila FM, “Yes, we are very ready and positive…

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The Moment of the truth

Life is everything but predictable. Your good and solid plans today may collapse tomorrow, while your present precarious situation could turn out to be stable and secure. What does that tell us? Life can be a present, wrapped in the packet of uncertainty. A good reason to utilise positively every single opportunity you have in life because you may not have the same chance again. Definitely, life comes with a moment of the truth. As a human being, you…

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Germany returns Namibia genocide skulls without reparations or apologies

Germany returns to Namibia the remains of nearly 30 victims killed in an uprising more than a century ago, albeit without a formal apology or reparations from Germany. The skulls and bones are mainly of the Herero and Nama peoples killed during the German genocidal campaign, which started during the uprising in 1904. An estimated 100,000 people were believed to have been mercilessly slaughtered by colonial Master Germany in what many called a genocide during the uprising. The formally…

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Who is the Captain of that sinking ship?

  There is an adage that says that you cannot have two captains on a ship. Not really, that there cannot be two captains on a ship; after all, you always have more than one in a plane. You can have two captains, but they cannot command the ship at the same time. That makes sense because having two captains commanding a ship at the same time can lead to unnecessary confusion and perhaps havoc. You may have more…

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