Decentralize Tourism Sector for Results- Government Told
A Mzuzu University-based tourism expert has warned that the country’s tourism sector may collapse due to several governance issues the sector is facing.
Truck Driver Arrested in Mzimba for Obstructing Presidential Convoy
Police in Mzuzu have arrested a truck driver for allegedly obstructing President Lazarus Chakwera's convoy in Mzimba, yesterday Sunday.
First Lady Monica Chakwera courts Malawians In Diaspora On Social Work
The first lady, Monica Chakwera says Malawi should have laws for Social Workers that can protect and promote the rights of professionals who work with their clients like street-connected children and victims of gender-based violence.
FCB Responds To Financially Hit Bandawe School For The Blind In Nkhatabay
Management of the Bandawe School for the deaf in Nkhatabay has told Zodiak Online that the financial crisis has hit the institution such that they are struggling to buy foodstuffs for students.
11 Million People To Access Covid-19 Vaccine In Malawi by 2022, Government
Government targets to at least give 11 million people access to the Covid-19 vaccine by 2022.
Small Scale Traders To Compete for 57 Public Procurements
The Public Procurement and Disposal of Assets Authority – PPDA has set aside 57 public procurements windows that will specifically be awarded to small-scale businesses when government wants to buy goods and services.
Oxfam Malawi and Misa Malawi for More Awareness on ATI Law
Oxfam in Malawi has partnered with MISA Malawi to popularise the Access to Information Law which came in operation in September 2020.
Salima Sugar Company Covid-19 Whistle Blowers Fired
Salima Sugar Company has fired two of its employees over allegations that they had made public wrong information about covid-19 preventive measures being followed at the institution in April and May this year.
Suspected Fish Disease - EUS Reported in Rumphi
A fish disease called Epizootic Ulcerative Syndrome - EUS is suspected to have been reported in the north for the first time threatening the fish farming business which is booming in the region.
Malawi Red Cross Society Ready for Covid-19 Third Wave
The Malawi Red Cross Society says it is ready to help contain the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic which is imminent in the country.