John Paul Kayuni

John Paul Kayuni

A boy aged 17 has been in police custody at Lilongwe Police Station for close to four months now against provisions of the Child Care, Protection and Justice Act of 2010, Zodiak Online can reveal.

Central Region Water Board (CRWB) has bemoaned the tendency of some government entities that do not pay water bills which have now accumulated to K4.6 billion by the close of 2022, a development which affects operations.

Lawyers Mourn Nampota

The country’s legal fraternity is mourning the death of renowned lawyer and former Director General for the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Alexious Nampota who died at Blantyre Adventist Hospital on the Chrisman eve after a short illness.

About 1,636 babies were born on Christmas Day this year in health facilities across the country.

The Bord of Trustees of the quasi-religious organization Public Affairs Committee (PAC) has extended mandate for its executive board members with six months, to June 2023 when elections for new office bearers will be held.

Different stakeholders have condemned the action by the police to arrest Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director General Martha Chizuma, saying it raises eyebrows considering the timing the arrest has been made.

Two Malawian youth who recently won the 2022 African Youth Adaptation Solutions Challenge (YouthADAPT Challenge) competition have revealed plans on how they intend to utilize the USD100,000 about K102.7 million business grant.

 

Environmentalists have called on world leaders to periodize issues of climate financing during the twenty-seventh United Nations Climate Change Conference of Parties (CoP27) underway in Sharm el-Sheikh Egypt to facilitate smooth recovery of people from effects of climate change.

Delegates at the twenty-seventh United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (CoP27) have agreed to put the controversial “loss and damage financing” issue among agenda items for world leaders to deliberate during their meeting in Sharm el-Sheikh Egypt.

President Lazarus Chakwera says the royal family of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has expressed interest to invest in Malawi's energy sector which he hopes will help to address energy challenges in the country.

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