Health officials have expressed optimism that the distribution exercise of essential medical equipment worth $1 million in the country’s hospitals will significantly assist to enhance reproductive health services.
Ecologists and wildlife authorities in the country have expressed worry over increasing tendencies of Malawians who act as middlemen for smugglers in trafficking pangolins.
The Blantyre Synod of the CCAP has asked religious and traditional leaders to demonstrate leadership in mobilizing their subjects to go for COVID 19 vaccination.
The Ministry of Industry has indicated it will embark on pro-poor industrialization in order to build a middle class in Malawi.
State has started parading witnesses to testify against former Electricity Supply Commission of Malawi (ESCOM) Chief Executive Officer, Dr Allexion Chiwaya, and Human Resource Officer, Daphter Namandwa, in an abuse of office and fraud charges case.
The Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) has indicated that it has an uphill task to achieve the buy a gadget campaign for every student, as out 3, 000 planned gadgets, they have only managed to get less than 500 gadgets.
Centre for Multiparty Democracy (CMD) has condemned reports of deliberate provocation and political castigation which are happening in some constituencies ahead of the March 30, 2021 by-elections saying such actions have no space in democracy.
A 28-year-old Chikondi Kazembe who was receiving breast cancer treatment at the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre has been referred to India for further treatment.
Two well-known health organizations have asked medical practitioners to scale up management of tuberculosis during this Covid 19 pandemic in order to ensure that citizens, mainly children, are protected.