MUYO Calls for Tracking of Drugs in Public Health Facilities

A Local Youth Organization - Muumoza Youth Organization - MUYO has challenged governance structures in the areas of Senior Chief Mabulabo and Inkosi Khonsolo in Mzimba to track down systems of drug supply and usage at health centers as one way of ending the problem of drug theft which deprives communities access to quality health care.

Govt Releases K2.6 Billion for By-Elections

Government has released K2.6 billion to Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) for holding of by-elections in seven constituencies and two wards.

Cattle Infections Worry Phalombe Farmers

Some livestock farmers in Phalombe have urged authorities to swiftly intervene on the disease which is attacking cattle in the district.

Polytechnic Buy a Gadget Campaign Gains Momentum

The “Buy a Gadget Campaign” by the Malawi University – Polytechnic has received a K3 million boost from the FDH Bank.

35 People Apply for ACB Director Post

Thirty-five people have shown interest to take up the seat of the Director of the Anti-Corruption Bureau – ACB which is vacant.

Katsonga Calls for Disability Friendly COVID-19 Interventions

Neno South Constituency Parliamentarian, Mark Katsonga, has called for inclusion of persons with disability in COVID-19 interventions.

Malawi Attends UNHRC Meeting

Minister of Justice, Titus Mvalo, is in Geneva – Switzerland where he is representing the country in the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC)’s 46th Session which is underway.

EPM Equips Mulanje District Hospital

Just a week after donating two oxygen concentrators and one oximeter each to Malamulo and Mulanje Mission hospitals and Thyolo district hospital, one of Malawi's big tea growing companies, Eastern Produce Malawi (EPM) has made a similar donation to Mulanje district hospital. 

MCC Engages Men on Health Services

Malawi Council of Churches (MCC) is engaging men and boys from different religious denominations in an effort to create a platform to discuss the importance of seeking health services.

Falling Wall Kills Child; Injures 3

A minor has died and three other children hospitalized at Mwanza district hospital after a wall of a house fell on them while passing on Tuesday afternoon.

Polytechnic Sounds SOS on Gadgets

The Polytechnic management has sounded SOS calling upon well-wishers to support needy students at the University with gadgets for online lessons.

A Guide Into MCP Primary Elections in LL Msinja South

As Malawi Congress Party (MCP) is set to hold a primary election in Lilongwe Msinja South constituency this Saturday, 27 February, here is what you need to know about the constituency and candidates contesting in the primaries.

COIDA; Eradicating GBV in Mzimba

In Malaŵi, one in every three women between the age of 15 to 49 experiences sexual or physical violence at one time or the other, according to the National statistical office.

Govt Blamed on Bushiri’s Daughter Flight Blockage

NGO Coalition on Child Rights (NGO-CCR) has condemned government for its unexplained decision to bar Prophet Shepard Bushiri's daughter from traveling abroad for specialized medical attention as recommended by local doctors.

Reunion Insurance Company Decries Low Insurance Penetration

Reunion Insurance Company has decried low insurance penetration in the country.

FAW Destroy 368, 000 Ha of Maize

As has been the case with the past three consecutive farming seasons in South and Central African countries, this farming season Fall Armyworm (FAW) have also affected maize crop within the region.

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