A two day Agriculture Fair in Balaka has ended with Balaka District Council expressing commitment to develop by-laws aimed at protecting smallholder farmers from exploitation in the district.

As one way of reaching out to many people with timely free family planning messages, the Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM) in Ntcheu is sensitizing communities using cinemas.

Malawi Red Cross Society has embarked on a 2 year preparedness for response and early warning action project aimed at encouraging communities to intensify re-afforestation drive and stop cultivating along the river banks in Karonga.

Authorities at Naminjiwa Community Technical College in Phalombe say lack of modern equipment is hampering the provision of technical skills to students.

"In all aspects of reasoning, in all aspects of human understanding, these two gay boys were wrong - totally wrong."

From the crowded streets of Lilongwe, a busker named Lazarus Chigwandali has risen to challenge the myths and superstitions about people with albinism.

Presidential debates are a brutal sport. They are not a gentle shrine that offers candidates a market place to sell their political ads. Presidential debates must be thought of as civilized site of war.

Glory Chavula had hoped to represent the Malawi Congress Party-MCP-in elections for councillor for Hewe Mwazisi ward in Rumphi in the coming tripartite elections.

A statue of Ethiopia's last emperor has been unveiled outside the African Union's headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni seems to be worried about the popularity of musician-turned-politician Bobi Wine.

The mother of al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden has spoken publicly about her son for the first time, seven years on from his 2011 death.

As many as 40 tonnes of heroin could be passing through Mozambique every year, making it the country's second biggest export, in a trade that is boosted by the use of mobile phone apps, writes Mozambique analyst Joseph Hanlon.

Government has conceded that it is struggling to find better markets for pigeon peas.

International Cotton Advisory Committee (Icac) has tipped Malawi to venture into research for increased cotton production.

Malawi’s second largest foreign exchange earner, tea continues fetching low on both local and international markets.

A local NGO has tipped Malawi to consider investing in insects farming as one way of dealing with malnutrition which currently stands at 37 percent.

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