Government says this year vendors will have slight chance to blindfold farmers as it will hit the market first week of April to start purchasing maize from farmers.
Defilement cases in Mangochi district are showing no signs of averting as the district has already registered 11 cases this year alone, up from 9 in the same period last year, according to police.
British high commissioner to Malawi, Holly Tett has challenged women parliamentarians in the country to be of high value if they want to play a role in democracy and governance.
The Catholic Women Organization (CWO), one of the arms of the Catholic Church in the country, has embarked on an ambitious environmental project aimed at bringing knowledge in environmental management to primary school learners.
Communities around Lugola in the area of Traditional Authority Makanjira in Mangochi say are now leaving in fear due to crocodiles reportedly to have killed 4 people in a space of 3 weeks.
The Malawi Police Service (MPS) is training its investigators in wildlife crime investigations as part of initiatives to eradicate wildlife crimes in the country and beyond borders.
Prophet Shepherd Bushiri has assured people in the country that he still has enough maize to sell to communities that are facing hunger at five thousand kwachas per 50 kilograms bag.
The Agricultural Research and Extension Trust (ARET) says tobacco farmers in the country spend a lot of money in buying chemicals because most of the varieties they use are prone to diseases.