Malawi Economic Justice Network (MEJN) has warned that Malawi can lose some notable gains it has made on human development if deliberate efforts to address inequality are not made.
The Immigration department in the Eastern Region says it is finalizing paperwork to deport three undocumented immigrants; 2 Rwandese and 1 Egyptian, as ordered by courts this week in Mangochi and Balaka respectively.
Police in Mangochi have launched a manhunt for twelve unknown criminals who nearly killed a 48-year-old man identified as, Asidi Mponda, on Monday night by pouring acidic liquid mixed with petrol, before robbing him goods worth K730, 000.
The first-grade magistrate's court in Mangochi on Monday, May 10, 2021 ordered a 39-year-old man, identified as Masautso Lazaro, to pay a fine of K500,000.00 or in default, serve a 12 months’ jail term for buying farm produce without a license.
Mangochi First Grade Magistrate’s Court on Monday ordered the repatriation of two Rwandese, Ufitese Celistin, 27, and Kacyatwa Sector, 35, to their country for staying in Malawi without proper papers contrary to Section 5(b) of the Immigration Act.
Future of rural growth centers government started constructing in some districts about a decade ago remains uncertain as the ministry of local government says is still sorting out differences with contractors and looking for funds.
The Inspector General of Police, Dr. George Kainja, says the general public should expect more arrests of corrupt police officers as the institution has intensified the fight against corruption to reverse the trend in the service.
Head of Region for Danish Red Cross in Africa, Nelima Lassen, has emphasized need to give young people safe space that allows them to be active, saying it helps the country to grow.
A 38-year-old man is in police custody at Monkey-bay police station in Mangochi for allegedly killing his friend following a fight that started after disagreements over a piece of cigarettes.