More Women Still Lacking Vital HIV Messages
Non-governmental organization, Our Bodies, Our Lives (OBOL) says there is still a need to equip Hiv positive women with knowledge on treatment and positive living.
Men Shunning STI Treatment in Mwanza
A surveillance of sexualy transmitted infections (STIs) conducted from January to December 2022 has revealed that 49 percent of people seeking such treatment in Mwanza district get re-infected.
Alleluyah Band's 45 Years Beyond Music
Most local bands are known for promoting artists on top of entertaining among other tasks, but Balaka based Alleluyah band is exceptional.
New MANAD Chair for Deaf Secondary School
Malawi National association of the deaf (MANAD) has asked authorities to consider coming up with a secondary school for learners with hearing impairment.
Musicians for National Arts and Heritage Center
The Musicians Union of Malawi (MUM) has called for support from parliamentarians and other stakeholders to support their idea of having national arts and heritage council.
Mwanza MSMEs Urged to Work in Groups to Benefit
The Ministry of Trade and Industry has asked Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in Mwanza to work in groups if they are to easily have access business opportunities from government policy as well as development partners.
Reggae Ambassador Returns
Although already back on stage with several bands and artists, Balaka based reggae ambassador Charles Sinetre has embarked on a project called 'A series of Singles' to break the five year silence.
Elderly Dream That Needs Support
The future of a dream aimed at taking care of some vulnerable orphans, semi- orphans and street children hatched 20 years ago, may return to dream land if no well-wishers come in to keep the dreamer's vision awake.
Ministry of Health Accommodating Spinal Cord Injuries
The ministry of health says is working towards incorporating spinal cord injuries in its health care system so as to ensure that many patients are surving and recovering.
US-Based Couple Builds Nursery School in LL
Over 100 children in the area of Group Village Headman (GVH) Kumwandama in Lilongwe are privileged to have access to quality early childhood education, thanks to a Malawian couple based in America.