Police Investigates Sayama Tea Estate Fracas
In a dramatic turn of events, police in Mulanje have disclosed that there are strong allegations that the death of a man which triggered fracas on Saturday at Sayama Tea Estate Company in Mulanje was as a result of severe beating by the company’s guards.
Court Sends to Jail Two Deceased Property Grabbers
Two men that were answering property grabbing related offences at Mulanje Magistrate’s court were on Thursday ordered to serve custodial sentences of five years each.
Parents Seek Explanation on Shooting of Their Children
A misunderstanding on the foot of Mulanje Mountain between some citizens of Lupiya village and armed forestry guards and Malawi Defence Force soldiers ended in shooting with two boys caught in bullets fire.
Usi, Lawi Hike for Tourism
Tourism minister Michael Usi and musician Lawi who is also Mulanje Mountain Ambassador on Friday led over 70 hikers to Mulanje mountain and the team reached Sapitwa, the Mountain’s highest peak on Saturday on a tour dubbed “amplifying the voice of the Mountain.
65-Year-Old Man Arrested for Theft by Trick
A 65-year-old man has been arrested in Mulanje on allegations that he committed two offences; obtaining money by false pretense and indecent assault.
Donated Car Sparks Controversy in Mulanje
There has been a tussle between the district council in Mulanje and Friends of Mulanje Orphans (FOMO) over a vehicle given to FOMO by Unicef but is registered in the name of the government of Malawi.
Property Owners Owe Luchenza Municipal K28 Million
Authorities at Luchenza Municipal Council have threatened to seal buildings whose owners have been defaulting to pay ground rates that have now accumulated to K28 million.
Nsanje Chiefs Admit Not Yet Done with Harmful Cultural Practices
Chiefs in the lower district of Nsanje have admitted that they are not yet done with harmful traditions like kulowa kufa, zwade and maseseto.
Ministry Touts Farmer Field Schools
A senior official in the Ministry of Agriculture has hailed farmer field schools, describing them as catalysts for enhancement of extension services in Malawi.
Epidemiologist Predicts COVID-19 Fourth Wave
Epidemiologist Dr. Titus Divala says while the decline in COVID-19 cases is good news to every Malawian, probabilities are high that Malawi will slump into the fourth wave from November this year.