The Evangelical Association of Malawi (EAM) has expressed hope that the ‘Love Malawi Festival’ slated for early October this year will assist the country to promote unity and demonize corruption.
The Ministry of Health has asked the private sector to invest more in establishing private hospitals in order to achieve universal health coverage.
A gospel reggae musician has asked government and development partners to cushion musicians amid a difficult economic environment due to Covid 19.
The Limbe Magistrate’s Court in Blantyre has discharged a case in which a Dutch, Wim Akster, was answering on human trafficking and sexual abuse charges.
A youth organization in Blantyre has added voice in asking the current sitting of parliament to debate and pass long delayed Termination of Pregnancy Bill in order to end unsafe abortions related deaths among young women and girls.
A crushed laptop of the Limbe First Grade Magistrate Tsoka Banda has forced the court to postpone a ruling on whether a Dutch, Wim Akster, has a case to answer or not, for indecent assault and trafficking in persons charges.
The Department of Wildlife and National Parks has dispelled reports that foreign nationals have invaded Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve where illegal mining activities are allegedly taking place.
President Lazarus Chakwera says is disheartened over the death of Isha Senga who graduated with distinction at the Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) on Tuesday.
The Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) says has invested K2.6 billion to support income generating activities lined up for the institution to achieve economic independence.