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Planning what to watch today on TV. Check out the Times Television Program list for Monday 5 April 2019 MORNING TELEVISION 05:00 - Breakfast 08:00 - Times News Bulletin 08:30 - Business Time 09:00 - Nkhani Mu Chichewa 09:30 - Hot Current 10:30 - Thanzi 11:00 - Urban Trend Musician Chatroom 11:30 - Sound Tube 12:30 - The Constitution 13:00 - The Times News Bulletin 13:30 - Carnations 14:00 - Nkhani Mu...
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) The Victoria Lake is the largest lake in Africa, and the second largest freshwater lake in the world. (2) There are...
Daily weather report for Malawi
This weather report is an overview for the day ahead ADVISORY: Avoid crossing flooded rivers or streams. Sunrise: 5:50am Sunset: 5:45pm Shire Valley: This includes areas along Shire river, Lakes Chilwa and Chiuta Valleys. Partly cloudy during morning. Hot and sunny during the afternoon. Forecast temperatures for Ngabu: Minimum: 23℃ Maximum: 32°C Southern Highlands: This area includes Shire highlands, Kirk Range up to Dedza. Partly cloudy and cool during...
Horoscope Star Signs Lucky Numbers
Our astrologer shares all you need to know about your horoscope star sign for the day ahead and your lucky numbers CAPRICORN (22 December - 19 January) A difficult offer rather than a real opportunity will present itself. The decision making will take thinking and patience. Weigh the pros and cons before you engage yourself in this adventure. Your Lucky Numbers: 5...
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) - Malawian constitutional crisis occurred after senior members of the Democratic Progressive Party-led cabinet failed to notify the public of the death of the sitting president, Bingu wa Mutharika on April 5. Instead, cabinet ministers held a series of meetings in Lilongwe, Malawi without...
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  1960 (Senegal) - Independence from France 1997 (DRC) -  Rebel forces captured Mbuji-Mayi, capital of Eastern Kasai province and home of Zaire’s diamond industry. Departing government troops looted the city and 100 people were killed in clashes between the retreating soldiers 2006 (DRC) -  Human Rights Watch said tens of...
TheAfrican Football
The Malawi National Womens football team coach Abel Mkandawire says the teams is ready to defeat Mozambique in the 2020 Olympic qualifier match to be played on Thursday at the Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre. The She Flames have been in camp for three weeks and Mkandawire says since the Chawinga sisters joined them in camp last week,  the morale is...
The Southern Region Football Association League Match poster for 7 April
The Southern Region Football Association League (SRFA) has announced that the 2019 season will kick off with a match between FOMO and Nyasa Big Bullets Reserves on 7th April at Mulanje Park Stadium . The league which has the premier division and division one and will this season be called Thumbs Up Southern Region Football League after RAB Processors Limited...
Horoscope Star Signs Lucky Numbers
Our astrologer shares all you need to know about your horoscope star sign for the day ahead and your lucky numbers CAPRICORN (22 December - 19 January) Personal problems might surface if you don’t pay attention to what you say. We often say « to speak is silver but silence is golden ». Try it and everyone around you will be...
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) Between 1525 and 1866, 12.5 million Africans were kidnaped and sold into slavery in the Americas. (2) Africa has the world’s...

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