A Prominent Education activist has cautioned that the division that has rocked the public and private related education organizations has the potential for political elites to manipulate and weaken their operations in the country.
A telecommunication company, TNM plc, says frustrations that fraudsters are creating on people is causing companies running business promotions struggle to convince those that have won specific prizes.
The quasi-religious body Public affairs Committee (PAC) says strengthening of rule of law can assist the country to wipe out the deep-rooted corruption and theft of public resources.
The Malawi Gaming Board (MGB) has threatened to revoke licenses of sports betting companies amid reports that children are patronizing their places.
Supreme Court Judge Healey Potani is reported to be in stable condition as he continues to receive treatment at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital after being involved in a road accident Saturday afternoon on the M1 road near Matindi in Blantyre.
Cross-border Traders in Malawi have expressed hope that the review of the outdated Immigration Act will strengthen border migration and management in the country’s borders.
Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA) has maintained the price of Petrol of 899.20 kwacha per litre although the product had qualified for an upward adjustment in the month of April this year.
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.
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.
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.