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Molly McGrath still Married to Husband; Net Worth & Salary in 2021, Baby



Molly McGrath still Married to Husband; Net Worth & Salary in 2021, Baby

Facts of Molly McGrath

Full Name: Molly McGrath
Birth Date: June 6, 1989
Age: 32 years
Gender: Female
Profession: Sportscaster
Country: United States
Horoscope: Gemini
Height: 5 feet 6 inches (1.68m)
Husband Max Dorsch
Break Up Alec Martinez
Net Worth $1 Million
Salary $85 Thousand
Eye Color Hazel
Hair Color Blonde
Body Size 35-24-36
Birth Place San Francisco, California
Nationality American
Ethnicity Mixed
Religion Christianity
Education St. Ignatius College Preparatory, Boston College
Father Michael McGrath
Mother Deborah McGrath
Siblings Patrick McGrath
Kids Raymond Michael Dorsch V
Instagram Molly McGrath Instagram
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American sportscaster Molly McGrath is famous for her reporting style on ESPN for college football and basketball games.

How Old is Molly McGrath?

Molly McGrath was born on 06 June 1989 in San Francisco, California in the United States of America. As of now, her age is 32 years old. By nationality, she holds American citizenship and is of mixed ( Irish-Mexican-Spanish) ethnic background. By birth her sun sign is Gemini. She follows the Christianity religion. Michael McGrath is the name of her father.

Molly McGrath with her baby
Caption: Molly McGrath with her baby (Photo: Instagram)

Whereas her mother’s name is Deborah McGrath. Similarly, she is not only the child of her parents. She is the youngest daughter. Patrick McGrath is the name of her older brother. Likewise, her parents raised her with lots of love and care. She was born into a well-maintained family. She spent her childhood days in a loving and friendly environment.

Where did Molly McGrath go to college?

Regarding her educational background, she seems to be an educated and qualified lady. Similarly, she completed her higher-level education at the local school near her hometown.

After that, she attended St. Ignatius College Preparatory. She has also studied at Boston College and got a BA degree in Communication/Broadcast Journalism.

Net Worth and Salary of Molly McGrath

Molly McGrath has a whopping amount of net worth. She is able to gather a good sum of money from her professional career. McCarthy has an estimated net worth of $1 million as of 2021. She is very happy with the income she makes from her career. Similarly, she has an annual salary of $85 thousand.

Molly McGrath sitting inside her car
Caption: Molly McGrath sitting inside her car (Photo: Instagram)

McGrath is able to collect this fortune from her successful career as an American sportscaster and anchor. Similarly, from her career, she has gained a name along with the good fortune of money. As of now, she is living a happy and luxurious life with her family from the money she gains. In the coming days, her net worth and annual income will surely rise up.

How tall is Molly McGrath?

Molly McGrath is a good-looking girl with a charming personality. Also, she is both mentally and physically fit. She has got a good height of 5 feet 6 inches tall or 1.67 meters.

Similarly, her total body weight according to her height is around 56 kg. Her total body measurement size is 35-24-36 inches. She has got hazel color eyes with long blonde color hair.

Past Relationship of Molly McGrath

Previously, Molly McGrath was in a romantic relationship with his boyfriend, Alec Martinez. The couple began dating each other in the year 2014. But their relationship works well. After a year the couple decided to end their relationship.

Husband of Molly McGrath

Well, Molly McGrath is a happily married woman. She got married to her long-term boyfriend Max Dorsch. By profession, her husband is a real estate investor. Before getting married the couple was in a relationship for a long period of time. In June they exchanged rings with each other.

Molly McGrath with her husband Max Dorsch
Caption: Molly McGrath with her husband Max Dorsch (Photo: Instagram)

After a year the couple exchanges their marriage vows on July 02, 2018. Their marriage was held at Squaw Valley, California. Molly announced her pregnancy in September 2020. The duo welcomed their first child, Raymond Michael Dorsch V in January 2021.

As of now, the family is living happily Also there is no sign of separation and divorce between the couple. The love for each other is increasing day by day. Apart from this Molly has never been a part of rumors and controversies as well. As a famous person, she has maintained her image in the public.

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Malawians continue to get middle finger from Chakwera – The Maravi Post




Chakwera not ticking to Malawians expectations

By Deus Chikalaza

ZOMBA-(MaraviPost)-Truth be said, the Malawi Congress Party (MCP) cannot manage to handle a nation in a democracy, unless it employs trickery, brutality, political prisoners and intimidation.

In all fairness, forgetting about the clear blatant lie prior to 2020 fresh presidential election, the non existent Tonse alliance and of course the MCP had the best yet non realistic manifesto in the eyes of those that were dull and honest at the same time.

Dull in the sense to believe the practicality of the manifesto and honest to accept that, assuming it’s realistic, it remained the best.

However, you will be shocked to realize that both Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and MCP were fully aware that the MCP manifesto was simply an object to trick their way to state House.

The only difference was that while DPP preached honesty that the MCP manifesto was a white elephant, MCP decided to lie that it’s possible.

After all Malawians had already believed it and Chakwera knew that was an easy middle finger to Malawians.

Soon after ascending to power, the Chakwera government decided to deal with Democratic institutions first in order to implement their one party regime.

They bought major private media, Zodiak and Times and so that Malawians should not have access to independent media.

Those that were there when Kamuzu was in power were not surprised with this as MCP has always seen media as a threat and they don’t want citizens to have access to correct and true information.

Unfortunate developments that follow like appointment of the most nepotistic cabinet in history, massive looting of Covid-19 billions, depreciation of kwacha and subsequent price increases are actually results of a collapsed state that is operating from a strange domain just installed by the Chakwera regime, the one party era.

Government systems and institutions are failing to operate because of gross state interference as they are meant to operate in a free state hence all these sufferings by Malawians.

The just approved infamous Labour bill by Chakwera, after he said that he would not approve it, is a latest example that the MCP is convinced that it has installed the one party state and no one can dare its decisions.

Other examples are the abuse of Parliament like the Namalomba case where they are trying to silence him by advancing impeachment, recruitment of party personnel in all strategic government institutions (MERA, MACRA etc) and arresting anyone who come openly to oppose unpopular MCP decisions.

At the end of the day, Malawians are on their own and are in tough times where the only thing that is constant is the middle finger from Chakwera.

Disclaimer: The views expressed in the article are those of the author but not necessarily of The Maravi Post or Editor

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Former Malawi’s Flames midfielder Joseph Shakira Kamwendo’ foundation to resume operations Nov – The Maravi Post




Former Malawi’s Flames midfielder Joseph Shakira Kamwendo

By Edwin Mbewe

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-The director and owner of Joseph Kamwendo foundation, the former Flames midfielder Joseph Shakira Kamwendo said the operations which were suspended soon after the establishment of the organization in 2019 will resume coming November, 2021.

Kamwendo said, the organization could not manage to do the planned operations soon after launching it because it was hit hard by the World Pandemic Covid-19.

The organization which is aimed at giving platform to school going children found it difficult to run it’s affairs as the Schools and other social gatherings were suspended in the country due to the pandemic hence finding it hard to reach out to the children.

Kamwendo further said,now that things are coming back to it’s usual normal in the country.

The foundation will also have to keep the ball rolling by starting its programs.

The foundation is targeting children of the ages ranging from 9-14 and 14-17 with the belief of producing as many players as they can as the children can easily adopt to any programs that can be taking place at the foundation.

“We will come out soon to announce the exact date when the operations are starting.I have to first meet the people I am working with to map the way forward.

“This is not only for Joseph, it’s for all Malawians hence my appeal to companies who can join us run the programs so that the goals are achieved”, Kamwendo added.

Apart from teaching football, the organization also does charity works.

Joseph Kamwendo Foundation was established in February in the year 2019.

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World Food Day: Time for global leaders to invest in Africa’s agriculture – The Maravi Post




By Beth Dunford

More than six out of every 10 people in Sub-Saharan Africa work in the continent’s agriculture sector. We may not realize that what grows from African soil may be connected to some of the world’s most popular foods.

Africa produces the world’s largest supply of cocoa, used in chocolate bars and other products. Ethiopia and Uganda-grown coffee beans, which dominate Africa’s coffee exports, valued at nearly $2 billion last year.

The volume of African commodity exports is rising. At the same time, more Africans are facing food insecurity. Around 246 million Africans go to bed hungry every night. The pace of Africa’s agricultural growth is not keeping up with Africa’s population growth.

On World Food Day, it is time for African and global leaders, as well as development organizations, to join the African Development Bank Group’s call for increased investments in agricultural technologies that boost Africa’s food production and food security in the face of climate change.

The continent has immense potential to feed itself and to become a breadbasket to the world: about 65 percent of Earth’s remaining uncultivated, arable land is in Africa. However, that potential is threatened by erratic weather extremes. It is also stunted because a majority of African food growers are subsistence smallholder farmers. We need to scale up delivery of modern and climate-smart farming practices.

The African Development Bank Group’s investments are helping African farmers put more food in the mouths of more Africans. Since the Bank launched its Feed Africa Strategy in 2015, more than 74 million people are benefiting from access to improved agricultural technologies, resulting in higher food production.

Our flagship program, Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) has provided 11 million farmers across 29 African countries with proven agricultural technologies such as drought-resistant maize, heat-resistant wheat, higher-yielding seed varieties and seed treatments to protect against pests like the fall armyworm, which has been devastating African crops in waves of hungry, winged swarms.

TAAT has produced astonishing results in under three years. African food production has expanded by more than 12 million metric tons. TAAT has reduced Africa’s food imports worth $814 million. We are on our way to reaching our target of reaching 40 million farmers with modern and climate-resilient technologies.

Aligned with the World Food Day 2021 theme, “Our actions are our future. Better production, better nutrition, a better environment and a better life,” the Bank is delivering higher food production, access to more nutritious foods and helping farmers adapt to environments impacted by climate change. We advocate for gender-sensitive policy reform and gender-inclusive development.

Combined, these activities are raising incomes for women and men in farming and contributing to a better quality of life for Africans all along the food value chain.

The Bank’s Affirmative Finance Action for Women in Africa (AFAWA) initiative aims to reduce the access to financing gap women businesses face across the continent, including women working in agriculture.

AFAWA has just put $20 million into a project on financing climate-resilient agricultural practices in Ghana. It will target hundreds of women-led enterprises through lines of credit with Ecobank Ghana, as well as provide them skills training on climate adaptive farming.

We are on the right path, but we need to do more. At a recent “Feeding Africa” event hosted by the Bank and the UN International Fund for Agricultural Development, more than a dozen African heads of state and other world leaders endorsed the creation of a Financing Facility for Food and Nutrition in Africa. The Facility proposes a new approach to investing in agriculture and agri-business, based on five pillars:

Scaling up of proven climate-adapted, science-based production and other technologies;

  • Creating an enabling environment for enhancing agricultural production. Governments must commit to policy and regulation that facilitates access to modern technologies;
  • Building critical backbone infrastructure linking production areas to markets and processing at African national and regional levels;
  • Crowding in private-sector investments and access to finance. Private sector investment and business expertise will grow food supply chain commercial viability, as well as inclusion of more small and medium enterprises and smallholder farmers;
  • Support to an African special emergency assistance fund on famine and drought.

The Facility expects to mobilize $1 billion over the next two years from green funds, bilateral and multilateral donors to support these pillars. We need more government, development partner, private sector and foundation “buy in” to scale up investments in this Facility.

The African Development Bank envisages a food-secure Africa that uses advanced technologies, creatively adapts to climate change and develops a new generation of “agripreneurs” — empowered youth and women who will modernize and industrialize agriculture.

The Financing Facility aims to accomplish that by bringing smart “agritech” to help millions of more African farmers to double major crop yields, produce enough food to feed an additional 200 million people and reduce incidents of malnutrition. Join us.

  • Beth Dunford is Vice President, Agriculture, Human and Social Development at the African Development Bank

Source African Development Bank Group

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