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Ralph Tenthani - Malawi's finest columnist dies

Written by  Staff Reporter

Malawian British Broadcasting Corporation correspondent and columnist for The Sunday Times Raphael Tenthani has died.

Journalist Tenthani dies in a car accident Journalist Tenthani dies in a car accident
17
May

According to reports, the veteran journalist died in a car accident on Saturday night when the vehicle he was travelling in overturned at Kamwamba M1 Road.

 

Tenthani who was travelling from Ntcheu to Blantyre sustained serious head injuries and died on arrival at Mlambe hospital.

 Tenthani was travelling from his home village with his two sons, his brother and a personal  friend. The  four have sustained various injuries; his two sons    have been admitted at  Queen  Elizabeth Central  Hospital. 

 In his career which spanned over a long period of time Tenthani has worked across various  news  outlets in Malawi and abroad. A professional critic of authority, Tenthani had a  column in  The Sunday  Times called the Muckraking. His body is at College of Medicine Mortuary.

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