The Netball Association of Malawi (NAM) has signed a one-year Memorandum of Understanding with an Information and Technology company, Bintel Analysis Limited (BAL) to create a web platform.
Families of some soldiers who died in a road accident involving a presidential convoy and one surviving soldier have written the Attorney General a notice of intention to sue the government for failing to compensate them, almost a year after the two officers died, and several others injured in Blantyre.
A prominent chief in Shire Valley says harmful cultural practices continue to haunt young girls and women despite vigorous efforts being made by various stakeholders to eradicate the vice.
The National Oil Company of Malawi Limited (NOCMA) says it has secured over US$57, 000 to buy 60 million litres of fuel this month to ensure that the country has uninterrupted supply of the commodity.
Authorities at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) have asked the private sector to increase support in complementing government’s efforts in supplying medicines to public health facilities.
The Standard Bank has recommenced ‘the be more race’ after a two year break due to Covid 19 pandemic.
Central High International School has partnered Sustain Green to bring back the environment amid ongoing cases of massive deforestation in most parts of the country.
The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) has indicated that all camps of flood survivors will be decommissioned by next month.
Leader of Opposition in Parliament Kondwani Nankhumwa has asked President Lazarus Chakwera and his government to resist the temptation of taking Malawi to one party totalitarian practices where journalists were arbitrarily arrested and detained for reporting the truth.
Covid 19 pandemic has slowed down. Life is gradually getting back after a long time of despair. As we were busy enduring the pandemic, back to back cyclones or tropical storms hit hard. The damage was massive and catastrophic.