Breaking Cross Border Trade Barriers Amid AfCFTA
The launching of Mchinji – Mwami One Stop Border Post (OSBP) by the Malawi President, Lazarus Chakwera and his Zambian counterpart, Hakainde Hichilema on 7 December, 2022, marked a significant stride in trade integration between the two countries and, of course, the region.
Salima Sugar, Dedza Dynamos Renews Sponsorship Deal
Salima Sugar Company and Dedza Dynamos Football Club have renewed their sponsorship agreement for a further year until March, 2024.
Chakwera Elects New Cabinet
Mid-night last night as the nation slipped into February, President Lazarus Chakwera released a 27-member new cabinet in an apparent wish to meet his pledge for a new team in January.
Govt Announces Plans to Roll Out Digital National IDs
The Ministry of homeland Security says, it is planning to introduce digital National identity cards.
Cyclone Cheneso Not A Threat to Malawi - MET
The Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services says the country should expect reduced rainfall in the next four days as a tropical storm Cheneso will move out of the Mozambique channel to bring temporary dry spells.
Malawian Woman Dies in Indian Prison
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed the death of a Malawian national identified as Beauty Nkhoma who died while in prison in New Delhi, India on Sunday.
Three Sentenced to 7 Years IHL For Robbery In Lilongwe
The Mapuyu Second Grade Magistrate court in Lilongwe, has convicted and sentenced three men to 7 years imprisonment with hard labour for the offence of robbery.
MW Requests Additional 7.6 Million Cholera Vaccine Doses
Malawi has requested for additional 7.6 million cholera vaccine doses from the World Health Organization (WHO), as the ministry of health has run out of stock.
Ministry of Lands in Reputation Mending Drive
The Ministry of Lands says its reputation and integrity is at stake owing to high incidences of corruption and poor performance of some officers.
Homeland Ministry Wants Public Infrastructure Inspection
The Ministry of Homeland Security says it is important to reintroduce inspections of public establishments as a way of ensuring the durability of public infrastructure in the country.