Raphael Mlozoa

Raphael Mlozoa

A Magistrate's Court in Mangochi on Friday, May 19, 2023, convicted and sentenced Headteacher at Fatima Private Primary School, Paul Kumwenda, 44, to three years imprisonment for fraudulently obtaining money meant for fees from 22 standard 8 candidates.

Malawi Economic Justice Network (MEJN) says people should forget about vendors adhering to government set minimum farm gate prices if ADMARC is not showing up on the market soon.

Police in Mangochi district have arrested a 35-year-old woman on allegations that she was posing herself as a Malawi Defense Force soldier based at the Maritime base in Monkey-Bay.

Centre for Social Concern (CfSC) says inability by the government departments to be transparent on public finances and politicizing of projects have derailed most developments that could have changed the country’s face.

As survivors of Tropical Cyclone Freddy are still recovering from the aftershock of the Cyclone, Albarakah Charity Trust on Tuesday distributed food and non-food items to 600 families in Mangochi district.

At least some two thousand Muslim hunger-stricken families in the area of Traditional Authority Chimwala in Mangochi will have some food when breaking their fast during this holy month of Ramadan, thanks for their parliamentarian Aisha Mambo Adams.

Almost a week after being displaced and seeking shelter in camps, some survivors of tropical cyclone Freddy in the area of Traditional Authority Namabvi in Mangochi district on Monday had a smile after receiving their first relief items.

Police in Mangochi district have arrested Frank Nasangwe, 22, for suspecting that he stabbed to death his fellow street food seller, Afick Peter, 30, over a piece of firewood.

Authorities at Koche Community Health Centre in Mangochi have appealed for more support towards cholera treatment and prevention, saying there are signs that the disease might resurface if they can relent in some services.

A First Grade Magistrate's Court in Mangochi on Wednesday, March 1, 2023, convicted and sentenced four men to 3 years and 6 months imprisonment with hard labour each, for being found in possession of forest produce without  licence.

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