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When Food Shortage Makes Medicine a Danger

Twenty years ago, being diagnosed with HIV was like a death sentence. Drugs were not available in the local hospitals, and were very expensive to acquire from South Africa and elsewhere abroad.

Many people died of the disease which was then being held in secrecy by the health authorities, and was given various ambiguous names by locals such as kaliwondewonde, kamapewa or jekete. These names depicted the weary appearance of people living with the virus. 

Around 2003, the story changed. As the country started providing free antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) to people who are HIV positive, the survival rate drastically improved.

Message Is: "Hands-Off-Judiciary"

Malawian lawyers, civil rights activists, politicians and other stakeholders have taken to the street in a ‘hands-off-the-judiciary’ demonstration against the executive arm of government meddling in the operational and administrative affairs of the justice delivery system.

African Energy Chamber Supports Exclusive Webinar on Mozambique Local Content

The African Energy Chamber ( is delighted to announce the organization of Mozambique’s first webinar dedicated to building local content and domestic capacity, organized by the newly-created Mozambican Oil & Gas Chamber.

Chilima Urges Parliament to Set Date for Election

MCP-UTM alliance running mate, State Vice President Saulos Chilima, today took his campaign to Mangochi district headquarters where he sold “tangible development for the people” as the take-home message for hundreds who gathered at St. Augustine III school grounds.

Judiciary Submits Judges Names For President's MEC Chair Pick

The Judicial Service Commission has sent to President Peter Mutharika four names of High Court judges from which a name of the new chairperson for the Malawi Electoral Commission shall be appointed as required by the laws of Malawi.

Malawi Bishops Urge Citizens to Vote Wisely

Catholic Bishops have today issued their 26th pastoral letter in which they stress that the need for “ a new era in Malawi” has reached a critical stage where the country can either degenerate into a failed state or rise to a unified, orderly and prosperous nation.

Muluzi Completes Campaign in Lower Shire

The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) - United Democratic Front (UDF) Presidential Running Mate, Atupele Muluzi, has concluded his campaign rallies in lower shire with a call to voters to give President Peter Mutharika fresh mandate to rule the country.

Malawi govt partners UbuntuNet Alliance on high speed, reliable network connectivity

Government through the Ministry of Information, Civic Education and Communications Technology in collaboration with the Public Private Partnership Commission has partnered UbuntuNet Alliance,

MACOHA Calls for Better Care for Mental Health Patients

As the world is commemorating International Human Rights Day today, Malawi Council for the Handicapped (MACOHA) has called for care and protection of persons with mental illness.

Karonga United Coaches, Players Demand Dues

A time bomb is ticking at Karonga United where the technical panel and players are now talking publicly about their frustrations that they are not being paid.

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