There is No Electoral Commission - AG Silungwe

Attorney General, Dr. Chikosa Silungwe, has written the Chairperson for the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC), Dr. Chifundo Kachale, not to discharge any duties as there is no Electoral Commission according to the law. 

Rising Mob Justice Cases Worry Police

Police delayed response to crime scenes has largely been attributed to the rising cases of mob justice being recorded in the country where suspects have been apprehended by ordinary people.

10, 000 AZ Vaccine Doses Expire

About 10, 000 doses of the AstraZenecca vaccine have been confirmed expired.

SRWB Bails Out Nkhudzi Community

In one year and half coming people of Nkhudzi bay in Mangochi will say bye to salty water.

SADC Urges Member States to Sign and Ratify AfCFTA and TFTA

The Council of Ministers of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) has urged Member States that have not yet signed and ratified the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa-East African Community-SADC (COMESA-EAC-SADC) Tripartite Free Trade Area (TFTA) to do so to allow for the implementation of the agreements.

Mmbelwa District Council Petitioned For Adjusting Taxes Upwards Without Consultations

Some concerned small scale business owners in Mzimba have petitioned the Mmbelwa district council to stop new hiked taxes saying they were instituted without consultations .

Two NGOs Team up To End GBV in Mzimba and Nkhatabay Districts

Two upcoming NGOs in the north - Purple innovation for women and girls  and Mzuzu Entrepreneurial hub will embark on a two year  project dubbed 'Wukani stop violence against women and girls' aimed at curbing the rising cases of gender based violence in Mzimba south and Nkhata - bay districts with funding from the spotlight initiative.

Activist Hopes Dialogue Will End Govt-TUM Impasse

A prominent education activist says the outside court dialogue between government and Teachers Union of Malawi (TUM) should lead to more trust and confidence between employer and employee.

Secrecy Continues Over Tonse Alliance Agreement

Two major parties in the governing Tonse Alliance, UTM and Malawi Congress Party (MCP), have not come out explicitly to disclose what is contained in the agreement between nine parties forming the grand coalition, a year after its formation.

MCHS Students Hit at Management

There is an outcry among students at Malawi College of Health Sciences (MCHS) following a management decision to introduce accommodation fee for students on campus and stopping provision of meals.

Protect Babies at Mphompha Health Center in Rumphi, Expert Tells Govt

Hospital In-charge for Mphompha Health Center in Rumphi, Kumbukani Kasiyamaliro has confirmed to us that they female patients suffering from other diseases are being accommodated in a maternity ward due to lack of space at the facility.

Chiefs Ask Government to Share them Dwambazi Livestock Farm Idle Land

Traditional leaders in Nkhota-kota, Nkhatabay and Mzimba districts have warned that they will continue encroaching Dwambazi Livestock Farm until government shares them part of the idle land for farm use.Senior Group Village Head Katumbi Mbalale of Nkhota-kota says their subjects do not have land for farming yet government has several idle land.

Nsanje Flood Survivors Decry Water Challenges

People who were displaced by floods at Mchacha James in the area of Traditional Authority Mlolo in Nsanje, have taken authorities to task to provide them safe drinking water.

MERA Worried with Low Usage of Gas for Cooking

The Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA) says only 1% of the country’s households use Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) as source of energy for cooking in their homes.

UTM Encourages Women with Political Ambitions to Come Out

UTM has encouraged women with political ambitions and want to compete in future elections to start unveiling themselves now.

Court Marshal Jailed for 3 Years for Forgery

The Zomba Chief Resident Magistrate's Court has convicted and sentenced a court marshal to three years imprisonment with hard labor for forging court documents in an attempt to release two convicts from Zomba Maximum Prison.

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