Operations at the department of immigration and citizenship services in Lilongwe have been disrupted as the institution has stopped issuing passports for over three weeks.
As one way of ending gender-based violence, some players in the entertainment industry have come up with a television reality issue aimed at addressing the vice.
Second Lady Mary Chilima has appealed to government to strengthen cyber security, warning any delays would lead to increased disinformation that could affect girls and women.
The Center for Democracy and Economic Development has accused the inspector general of Malawi Police Service Dr. George Kainja over what they say nepotism in the Police Service Commission.
Minister of gender, community development, and social welfare Dr. Patricia Kaliati says her ministry will start naming and shaming perpetrators of sexual harassment in Higher Education.
ICT experts have expressed different opinions on the need to foster innovations in the country, by among other things owning social media sites.
Economic governance experts have expressed concern with the recent findings by the National Statistical Office on poverty reduction which indicate that poverty levels in urban areas have increased and there is a decline of poverty in rural areas.
Soldiers from the Malawi Defense Force in Lilongwe yesterday conducted vehicle routine tests, for the United Nations branded vehicles which the soldiers use.
A group of people holding diplomas in law argues that the decision by the Malawi Law Society to contest a proposal by the Legal Aid Bureau for increased legal protection for the poor and vulnerable is intended to stand in the way of access to justice for the poor.
The parliamentary committee on agriculture insists that it still needs to meet President Dr. Lazarus Chakwera on challenges rocking the country’s agriculture sector.