Gospel artist Miracle Chinga has urged Malawians to embrace God's love in music as a source of hope as they are passing through a lot.

The International Labor Organization (ILO) has tipped Malawi to promote local products such as tea to avoid labor exports and forex depletion.

Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Labor, Wezi Kayira says Malawi is on the right path in eradicating child labor.

The Department of Disaster and Management Affairs (DoDMA) has disbursed K16 million to compensate owners of a 95 hectare land which the Thyolo district council has identified to relocate Sambambidzi villagers that were affected by cyclone Freddy.

The Thyolo District Council says it is mobilizing partners to initiate a children's parliament, believing it would help to address growing child-related abuses.

The Board's publicist, Mayamiko Chiwaya says as of Monday, 243, 059 candidates have electronically registered for the Primary School Leaving Certificate of Education (PSLCE) exams while 117, 195 have paid.

An agriculture expert says Malawi cannot achieve food security with this year's Affordable Inputs Programme (AIP) amid an outcry that in some villages the beneficiary's list has been trimmed three times.

Police in Thyolo have arrested 29-year old Joseph Mwambene, assistant manager at Goliati Agora depot, following an alleged day-light robbery of K750, 000.

Scores of people in rural areas of Thyolo are drinking water from unprotected sources due to government's delays in rehabilitating three gravity-fed water systems and boreholes damaged by cyclone Freddy eight months ago.

South East Police region has on Wednesday presented prizes to the winners of the Commissioner's trophy.

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