Water and Environmental Sanitation Network (Wesnet) has noted that prices of sanitary pads have shot on the market, a situation that has resulted in some women and girls failing to access them, especially in the rural areas of the country.
Global Hope Mobilization (GLOMO) an organization fighting cases of human trafficking in the country says unless security agents are imparted with skills to track down perpetrators and reduce corruption efforts to curb the vice will remain a tall order.
The Association of Persons with Albinism (APAM) has deplored inadequate health care personnel called dermatologists who deal with skin cancer diseases on people like some of its members in the country's hospitals.
Lotus Resources Limited a company that has bought the Kayerekera Uranium mine in Karonga has disclosed that it has sent mineral samples to a South African laboratory to ascertain whether deposits in their new sites in Livingstonia in Rumphi and Chilumba area in Karonga contain Uranium.
The government has conceded that some mining companies are not remitting royalties to Capital Hill citing, the CPL- Mchenga coal mine in Rumphi which is yet to settle over K100 million tax bills.
UTM has with immediate effect suspended its regional secretary for the north Jane Mbale on allegations that she used a party vehicle to smuggle three illegal immigrants from Karonga going towards Mzuzu, last week.
The Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services in conjunction with police in the north have arrested 140 illegal immigrants and two Malawian nationals in connection to immigration-related offenses.
The government says it is not ready to lift the travel and slaughtering ban of pigs in Nkhatabay and Mzimba following an outbreak of African swine fever that has so far claimed more than 600 pigs forcing some farmers and vendors trafficking the livestock to potential markets like in Mzuzu.