The Anti-Corruption Bureau has expressed ignorance at the move taken by the Attorney General Thabo Chakaka Nyirenda to offer a 60-day amnesty to those that corruptly accumulated wealth through dealings.
There is a mounting rush by motorists to fill their tanks in pump stations in anticipation of a dry spell. Our spot-checks in the city have revealed that the rush has been fueled by the fact that some filling stations in the city have been dry for two days.
The department of Immigration and Citizenship services has deported eight foreign nationals and 73 others being investigated after they were apprehended during the festive season for being in the country without permits.
Poor and absent drainage systems are being blamed for increased and perennial cases of flooding in Lilongwe city where, for example, public and private property was destroyed following stormy rains last night.
First day of school opening has exposed that learners are not following Covid-19 preventive measures.
There are misconceptions about children with albinism in this country. Some very well known. But the effects of these misconceptions are often obscured or outright ignored. Meanwhile, the life of children with albinism continues to be a nightmare in this country.
Director for Industrial Development and Trade at SADC, Dr. Khutula Sibanda, says there is a need to establish funding mechanisms that can boost industrialization in the region.
The Public Appointment Committee of parliament has quashed allegations by the Human Rights Defenders Coalition that Commissioner Richard Chapweteka is incompetent hence the need for the committee's intervention.
Five heads of mission from the Southern Africa Development Community have called for the removal of sanctions placed on Zimbabwe, arguing it has impacted the regional block.