Blantyre – November 25: Hundreds of people will converge at the National Hockey Stadium for the final day of the African Cup for Club Champions but amidst all the big-game festivities will be modest Bible-based displays.
Civil society organisations in Zomba are planning the next steps following violence and alleged police violent crushing of yesterday's demonstration.
South African Airways (SAA) says it will suspend flights between Malawi and South Africa due to what its chief executive, John Lamola, attributes to the ongoing economic challenges in Malawi.
In the world of sports, particularly in football, it has been many years since Malawi has won an International Cup. So, bagging the grand prize was an unexpected gift to the warm heart of Africa. Winning the Hollywood Bets Cosafa has brought about a great sense of pride and inspiration in the hearts of the people of Malawi.
Lilongwe – November 13: As a father of three young children, Wezson Mkombero quickly realized that parenting involves more than knowing how to properly install a car seat or enforcing bedtime—it also involves teaching intangible skills like displaying kindness.
The ministry of finance says restoring the country’s economy is a collective responsibility, insisting its stakeholder engagements are crucial to turn things around.
President Lazarus Chakwera will tomorrow leave the country for Saudi Arabia and Egypt for official engagements.
The Ministry of Agriculture has admitted that sourcing forex for the purchase of the products under the Affordable Inputs Program (AIP) remains a challenge this season.
Traditional leaders in the country have been urged to refrain from corrupt practices during the selling of inputs under the AIP program.
The Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) has stressed that the Central Equipment Identity Register (CEIR) which will be introduced soon is not new in the country as mobile operators are already using them.