Malawi scandal pictures
A mix of technology and humankind turns out to be an perfect alternative.In the domain of recruitment, using the technology through the program tracking software can prove valuable.It's a lie meant to destabilise the region,' he said recently.'Those spreading rumours will face the law.'Anthony Mtuta, assistant lecturer in anthropology at the Catholic University of Malawi, said the roots of the vampire scares were in 'economic hardships and inequalities'.'It's the rich versus the poor.This makes doing things the way, insignificant and somewhat tough.With precise and efficient tools available nowadays, it’s intelligent to exploit its advantages and also make your life more easy. Where the touch could be essential there would stay some areas.
Entrepreneur Orlendo Chaponda narrowly avoided an attack when 2,000 villagers, some carrying machetes and stones, stormed his home in Thyolo on September 30.'They said I was keeping blood suckers,' said Chaponda, who was out at the time.Bauleni, who makes a living selling wild pea stew, said that before she fell unconscious she heard someone fleeing the scene.She was taken to a clinic and later discharged after being given vitamin supplements, but she chose not to report the attack.The latest bout of vampire rumours allegedly originated in Mozambique and spread across the border to Malawi's districts of Mulanje and Phalombe, according to the United Nations.
At least seven people have been killed in Mulanje district after being hunted down, police say.'They could have killed me if they found me.'He called the police who fired tear gas to disperse the crowd after a five-hour standoff.'There is no truth about blood suckers, but jealous people and thugs want to take advantage to attack rich people,' Chaponda said.'If you have a nice car, you are a bloodsucker.'Malawi's national blood transfusion service - the only institution mandated by the government to collect blood for hospitals from volunteers - says that rumours of vampire activity have also begun to set back activity.'This issue has affected us a lot.