Peter Mutharika Malawi Southern Africa Southern. Africa 

Malawi Leader Mutharika says Pan-African Parliament crucial

BLANTYRE-— President of the Republic of Malawi, Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika on Wednesday, described the Pan-African Parliament as crucial because it brings together 55 African countries to advance economic integration, youth and women empowerment, peace, and unity, among other benefits. Speaking in a press conference on arrival at Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe, President Mutharika said the 4th Ordinary Session of the Pan-African Parliament, held in South Africa, also aims to improve and give the Pan-Africa Parliament, enhanced powers to ensure the full participation of African peoples in development and…

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Ivory Malawi Southern Africa Southern. Africa 

Malawi: Two South Koreans fined MK2.2 million for attempting to export ivory

LILONGWE- Lilongwe Senior Resident Magistrate Yona on Wednesday, convicted and fined two South Koreans with MK2.2 million, and in default, two years in jail, with hard labor each, for the illegal possession and attempting to export ivory. The two convicts, identified as Hyun Ku Kim, 60, and Lee Sang Yong aged 65, were on Tuesday arrested at Kamuzu International Airport (KIA) for the illegal possession and attempting to export ivory weighing 1.5 kilograms, and valued at MK2 million. Please follow and like us:

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Raising women in Africa Africa OP-ED 

How African Parents Teach Girls To Be Gender Slaves!

African parenting culture, doesn’t exactly seem to be bosom friends with the feminine gender. A girl child in Africa, is widely considered a future property of her potential suitor, so the need to prepare her (at least marketable enough) for marriage, becomes inherent! Let’s tarry a bit on gender responsibility, as required by the average African society. A man is often regarded as the sole administrator of the home, who’s revered and religiously served by his wife. Little wonder, he’s saddled with the huge responsibility of providing satisfactorily for his…

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