The Zomba Chief Resident Magistrate's Court has convicted and sentenced a court marshal to three years imprisonment with hard labor for forging court documents in an attempt to release two convicts from Zomba Maximum Prison.
National Smallholder Farmers Association of Malawi (NASFAM) has urged farmers in Balaka to make use of the trial fields to choose best crops suitable for their areas amid climate change challenges affecting many of them.
People of Sub Traditional Authority Matola in northern part of Balaka district have petitioned duty bearers to intervene on challenges they are facing due to climate change.
Immigration authorities in Zimbabwe have deported 27 Malawians on transit to republic of South Africa for failing to produce any travelling documents and using unchartered routes.
Malawi Council of Churches (MCC) is engaging men and boys from different religious denominations in an effort to create a platform to discuss the importance of seeking health services.
A minor has died and three other children hospitalized at Mwanza district hospital after a wall of a house fell on them while passing on Tuesday afternoon.
Police in Zomba have arrested five people for allegedly being found trafficking forest produce without permit.
Emilida Chapendeka, 79, in 2014 agreed with his husband Slick Chapendeka (now deceased) to sell part of their land in Sosola village in Balaka district to meet some of their needs.
The National Construction Industry Council (NCIC) has called upon construction companies in the country to migrate from using environmental hazard materials and get on board friendly materials like cement blocks and steel.