Organizers of the vigils that were meant to force the government to fire the Anti-Corruption Bureau chief Martha Chizuma, this morning walked out of the meeting that was expected to end the vigils, saying it was not necessary.
Divisions continue to emerge in the Democratic Progressive Party as leaders in the north are divided over the Saturday’s endorsement of Peter Mutharika as torchbearer in the 2025 presidential poll.
The FDH bank says it is part of its core interest to see the country producing future golf champions to compete on the international platform.
One of the legendary hip-hop music artists Phyzix has been declared brand ambassador of the Malville Boutique Hotel in Lilongwe, to promote their market and boost the tourism sector.
President Lazarus Chakwera says the country's natural resources and tourist attractions should be translated into a beneficial investment if the country is to attain economic growth.
A civil society group Center for Democracy Watch-CDW says it is hopeful that government will begin to wake up and seriously consider the voices of reason that different sections of the society in the country have been offering.
The United States Cannabis Association-USCA has cleared Mike Tyson's profile as somebody who is doing a lot in regards to Cannabis cultivation in the United States of America.
The UTM Party says it does not regret joining the Tonse Alliance, after the resignation of some of its top officials recently, due to what they called “unfulfilled campaign promises.”
Southern African Development Community member states have agreed to form a financial hub to ensure health services are well funded, to collectively fight health challenges prevalent in the region.