Fundraiser launched to support family of Timothy Chiwaula after his body was found in the River Clyde
A Go Fund Me page has been set up to help cover the funeral costs of Timothy Chiwaula after his body was discovered in the River Clyde on Friday. Timothy, 23, was last seen in Old Shettleston Road in the east end of the city on Monday October 11, at around 8.45pm.
Timothy Chiwaula's death has left his family and friends completely devastated. Heartfelt tributes have been paid to "the kindest boy with a gold heart" after Timothy Chiwaula's body was pulled from water near Glasgow Green. A frantic search had been launched for the 23-year-old acting student after he vanished from the city’s Old Shettleston Road area at around 8.45pm on Monday, October 11.
A GLASGOW student is still missing after vanishing over a week ago without his phone or wallet. Timothy Chiwaula, who also goes by Tim or Timo, was last seen on Monday October 11 at his home on Old Shettleston Road. The 23-year-old Royal Conservatoire of Scotland acting student was last seen by two of his pals at his home.
A COMRADE of a Coldstream Guardsman killed in an elephant charge in Malawi told an inquest how the soldier was attacked as he tried to climb a tree to escape. Lance Sergeant Robert Padgham said he pulled Mathew Talbot into cover, provided medical assistance and helped carry him on a stretcher to a vehicle pick-up point.
Business leaders joined UN Secretary-General António Guterres on Tuesday, to step up delivery of critical investment, for a ‘sustainable, net zero, resilient and equitable world’. The Global Investors for Sustainable Development (GISD) Alliance, which brings together 30 business giants worth an estimated $16 trillion, met Mr. Guterres in New York, and outlined concrete actions for the future.
WE had been seeing, I guessed last week, the final sunny days of the year, as they agreeably co-incided with the emergence of crowds on the streets, blinking in the pale post-Covid light. This being Scotland, we knew it couldn’t last. In the Lowlands the deviations from the inclement norm had already been bizarre enough, with tranquil warmth from Clyde to Forth setting bounds to the cloudbursts over England.
British soldier, 22, died after he was tossed 20ft into the air on tusks of elephant when it charged at him in head-high grass during anti-poaching patrol in Malawi, inquest hears
Guardsman Mathew Talbot, 22, died after an elephant charged at him in Malawi The shock attack occurred during an anti-poaching patrol on May 5, 2019 A previous MOD inquiry found there was a delay in getting Guardsman Talbot to hospital A pathologist said Talbot's injuries were 'survivable' but there were 'difficulties in that scenario'
Malita still remembers the night that Cyclone Idai – one of the worst tropical cyclones on record in the Southern hemisphere – struck. It wasn’t just raining; it was pouring. The local village chiefs were telling everyone to get to higher ground so she ran into her house to grab her children.
The inquest into British Guardsman Mathew Talbot, 22, heard he was trampled in an elephant stampede after his five-man patrol stumbled upon a herd during a patrol at Liwonde National Park in Malawi A British soldier was killed by a herd of rampaging elephants who appeared out of the thick African bush while he was on an anti-poaching patrol, an inquest heard.
AN inspirational teenager who feared her dream trip to teach children in Africa would be cancelled due to Covid is back on track. Grace Lynch, 17, had been frantically fundraising since last December to successfully gather the £7,000 needed for her 'year out' with Project Trust in Malawi.
GENEVA, Switzerland: In a historic moment in combating malaria, one of humanity's deadliest plagues that primarily kills infants, children across most of Africa are to be vaccinated against the disease. The malaria vaccine, known as RTS,S, which was proven effective six years ago after more than a century of failed attempts to find a vaccine, is being recognized as one of medicine's greatest achievements.
OPINION: Jeremie Boga's latest strike for Ivory Coast has reminded the Blues of an attacking talent they once had on their books before letting him slip away. Following the glass ceiling being shattered by a number of Chelsea's brilliant young talents during Frank Lampard's tenure, it is probably easy to forget the name of Jeremie Boga.
Ivory Coast and Malawi go toe to toe for the second consecutive game in Group D of the World Cup qualifiers at the Stade de l'Amitie on Monday. The visitors will head into the game seeking to exact revenge on the hosts after they were beaten 3-0 when the sides faced off last Friday.
Oxygen shortages and interruptions in essential healthcare led to over 100,000 indirect deaths across 18 countries As Covid-19 took hold of the world, medics in maternity units faced an agonising choice. Just down the hall in the coronavirus ward, patients gasped for breath, desperate for oxygen.
Last week a jury found Ms Miano, 53, who said she killed Mr Mzoma while inhabited by the spirit of Princess Diana, not guilty of murder by reason of insanity The mother of a man who was brutally murdered and mutilated has said God is ready to forgive the woman who took his life.
Duration: 01:55 The World Health Organization just recommended the first-ever malaria vaccine. The approval for the vaccine comes after ongoing research in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi Researchers tracked over 800,000 children since 2019. The vaccine is called Mosquirix and was first developed by GlaxoSmithKline in 1987.
Cameroon will be looking to return to winning ways in the 2022 Fifa World Cup qualification Group D when they host Mozambique at the Japoma Stadium on Friday. Kick-off is at 6pm CAT. The Indomitable Lions are wounded as they succumbed to a 2-1 defeat to Ivory Coast away in their previous Group D game last month having secured a 2-0 win over Malawi at home in their first game.
Researchers and health professionals have been celebrating after the World Health Organization (WHO) approved the widespread use of the world's first malaria vaccine. With more than 260,000 children under five dying from malaria each year in sub-Saharan Africa, this development, decades in the making, could save tens of thousands of lives, the WHO says.
Children across Africa are set to be offered a vaccine against malaria for the first time, thanks to a British drugmaker. The recommendation by the World Health Organisation is being seen as a pivotal moment in the fight against the disease which kills 260,000 infants a year. Children under five are most likely to be severely affected or die from malaria, which is spread via parasites transmitted to people by the bites of infected mosquitoes.