In 1993, Margaret Thatcher had been out of office for two years and Kamuzu Banda was just coming to the end of his reign as the President of Malawi.
Margaret Thatcher had been the Prime Minister of a developed country and one of the world’s wealthiest and industrialised countries, the United Kingdom, for eleven-and-a-half years; Kamuzu Banda’s Malawi was one of the poorest countries in the world surviving on foreign aid.
Stalking – real life stalking, when you follow a person around or watch their every move – is bad. You should never do it because it’s creepy, it’s scary, it’s not good for you mentally and, oh yeah, it’s illegal.
Say what??! "Yes, your face is saying something," says Jean Haner, an expert in face reading and author of The Wisdom of Your Face. "You're born with the features you have for a reason. The face is a map of your personality as well as your whole life."
Projecting the proper image to the outside world,either as an individual or a company, has become a key demand in our competitive economy. Of course everybody knows that when clients are happy, there is very high possibility that they may come back.
Not all affairs involve sneaking around and hooking up. Developing a deep connection with someone other than your partner, known as emotional infidelity, can be just as harmful to a relationship, but it's often harder to spot.
Global studies indicate that 20 per cent of marriages are lifeless. On paper such couples are legally married and stay together but in practice they are total strangers or mere tenants. They just float in their marriages and have uncertain future.
A couple has been married for 10 years but the last four years have been lifeless.
One of the pioneers in the fashion and creative industry, Ms Joyce Ababio, has for 18 years worked tirelessly to raise the standards of practitioners and change the stereotype that most of the people who train in that industry are academic failures and school dropouts.