Phesamendo who stays in 49-Lilongwe and was caught on camera masturbating with a bottle has gone viral and is now trending in Malawi.The woman is believed to have been sexing with an empty bottle with someone else who has not yet been known and it must be the other man who has leaked the video.
Wyss added: “African Parks has demonstrated success in cooperating with local leaders, communities and African nations in preserving ecosystems benefiting wildlife, while supporting local communities and populations.
We are proud of our partnership with African Parks.” The philanthropic commitment extends the Wyss Foundation’s existing support to African Parks for Akagera National Park in Rwanda, and Liwonde National Park, Majete Wildlife Reserve and Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve all of which are in Malawi.
The Foundation has also been a critical partner for African Parks in implementing one of the most globally significant elephant translocations in human history.
Up to 500 elephants are currently being moved from two parks with a surplus (Liwonde and Majete) to a third park (Nkhotakota) that until recently had been heavily poached but has since been secured and is poised to be restocked and revived as Malawi’s premier elephant sanctuary.
He added: “Our vision is to protect 20 parks by 2020, bringing up to 10 million hectares of wilderness under our management.
This historic gift, and the partnership forged with the Wyss Foundation, enables us to have a conservation impact at a scale which is globally significant.
Pictures of a Malawi Police officer posing nude in a room seemingly to be at a Police Training School (PTS) have been leaked and circulating on social media cuasing stir. The post Nude photos of Malawi Police woman causes stir, fired appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
The Malawi Police has fired from the service officer Esther Chiundiza following the leakage of her nude photos that made rounds on social media.
“We can confirm that she (Esther Chiundiza) has been dismissed from Malawi Police Service,” said National Police Public Relations Officer, James Kadadzera.