Pregnancies can be a new territory for women, more so for men. A lot of men feel like they are looking through a glass window because they are […]
The blog shares insights from women about the support they needed or desired during their pregnancies, emphasizing the importance of physical and emotional support from partners. Contributors emphasized the need for partners to participate actively, including attending medical appointments, helping with household chores, and showing understanding towards cravings and mood swings. Recommendations also included efforts to make life feel enjoyable and normal and proactively learning about the stages and possible challenges of pregnancy to provide effective support and understanding.
Evaristo Mapulanga, a formerly notorious pickpocket, became one of the most revered police officers in Limbe, Malawi during the era of Kamuzu Banda. Chosen to bring order amid escalating crime, he cultivated fear and respect from both criminals and civilians, and effectively reduced the crime rate. His placed emphasis on upholding a strict dress code, dressing impeccably himself and expecting others to do the same. He also successfully patrolled significant areas of Limbe alone. His legacy continues to inspire modern officers like Gladson Chipumphula, the new Officer-in-Charge of the Limbe Police Station.
The post reflects on Malawi’s susceptibility to scams, attributing it to both governmental naivety and a societal desire for ‘get-rich-quick’ schemes. Instances of political fraud, such as politicians making false promises during campaigns, are mentioned. The text further outlines scams affecting ordinary citizens, including an infamous $6.8 billion funding deal that proved dubious and common swindling techniques like money transfer scams. It concludes with a warning against yet another potential investment scam, effectively exemplifying a widespread issue.