Leader of Opposition in Parliament Kondwani Nankhumwa has asked President Lazarus Chakwera and his government to resist the temptation of taking Malawi to one party totalitarian practices where journalists were arbitrarily arrested and detained for reporting the truth.
Covid 19 pandemic has slowed down. Life is gradually getting back after a long time of despair. As we were busy enduring the pandemic, back to back cyclones or tropical storms hit hard. The damage was massive and catastrophic.
Police have arrested two people in Ndirande township in Blantyre where several pieces of property valued close to K5 million have been recovered.
Vehicle dealers and money lending institutions have indicated that consistent holding of car exhibition events can assist to boost the motor industry in Malawi.
Forestry authorities in Chikwawa have bemoaned failure by communities to adhere and enforce newly formed laws to fight illegal activities that are causing massive damage to the environment.
The Centre for Environmental Policy and Advocacy (CEPA) says it has started engaging thin plastics manufacturers to begin recycling thin plastics that are dumped in the country streets and rivers banks.
The Regional Psychosocial Support Initiative (REPSSI) says consistent provision of psycho-social support to the majority of rural adolescent mothers can encourage them to have a deeper analysis of how to improve their lives.
The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) says failure to dredge rivers and construct resilient infrastructure are main factors fueling massive damages during flooding.
Gladys Tione Pedro (not a real name) is a 16-year-old girl and a mother of a nine-month-old baby girl. She is the head of a child -headed family.
A prominent company, NICO Group has indicated that the establishment of an innovation hub will offer a massive opportunity to rural citizens to easily access mobile financial services in various parts of the country.