Music continues to break boundaries and unite people from different backgrounds among other merits. In Malawi, the art has also created job opportunities for thousands. Musicians Union of Malawi (MUM) says there are over two thousand musicians plying their trade in the country and abroad.



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Author of the newly launched Malangano Novel Alfred Msadala has expressed delight with feedback the book has received from students of Mjamba and Malosa secondary schools. Msadala made these remarks at Malosa Secondary School in Zomba where he was giving awards to six students who have given the best reviews on the book through a project which was aimed at developing critical thinking skills among learners.


While musician Sam Shaba is having no kind words for local musicians who copy foreign music genres, his brother in guitars Malala feels most artists in the country are at the mercy of market forces.


Vice President Dr Saulos Chilima is tomorrow leading a team of over 20 cyclists from the Lilongwe Cycling Crew to cycle from Area 18 interchange to Bingu National Stadium where
an aerobics session will be held in aid of legendary musician Lucius Banda.

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