An arts organization, Art Malawi is conducting a clean-up in Mudi River which is aimed at reinstating the river to its original state by removing solid wastes.
Patients seeking assistance from Makata Health Centre in Lunzu, Blantyre are lamenting over acute drug shortages which is forcing them to fork out money or travel long distances to other health centers.
General Secretary of the Evangelical Association of Malawi Reverend Francis Mkandawire says the Love Malawi Festival has come to give hope to Malawians.
The Blantyre District Health Office (DHO) says that about 216 people got vaccinated for COVID19 during the Blantyre derby between Mighty Wanderers and Nyasa Big Bullets.
The ministry of education says it is ready to adopt the Azibambo Angwiro concept under the Apatseni Mwayi Atsikana Apunzire AMAA project to reach out to men in their efforts to improve the education of the girl child.
Some district councils in the country have expressed mixed reactions over the efficiency of the Covid 19 mobile vaccination program which the ministry of health is implementing to coax people to get the jabs.
The National Organization for Nurses and Midwives has asked the government to come out clear on the selection criteria for walk in interviews that were carried out in July.
The Centre for Democracy and Economic Development Initiative (CDEDI) Executive Director Sylvester has accused the government of hypocrisy for not easing COVID – 19 restrictions in the hospitality and tourism sector.
Workers at Malawi Council for the Handicapped (MACOHA) have embarked on an open-ended strike in an attempt to force management to increase their wages.
Castel Malawi on Thursday unveiled its Sand Music Festival Special limited-edition Malawi Gin as part of its partnership with Sand Music Festival to be held in Mangochi in October.