The Public Private Partnership Commission (PPPC) and International Finance Corporation of the World Bank are hatching an agreement to finance private investors to construct hostels in the country's public universities.
Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) Vice Chancellor Professor Address Malata says the University needs more hostels and staff houses to meet their dream of increasing enrolment.
Thyolo District Commissioner Douglas Moffat says the Council is committed to settle the long standing K66 Million water bills for the District Hospital with Southern Region Water Board (SRWB).
A fresh warning has gone out to individuals who continue using unregistered vehicles and driving motor vehicles without displaying registration number plates that they will face the law.
The National Food Reserve Agency (NFRA) says is hopeful that the maize silos which have decayed over the past decade in Mzuzu and Luchenza in Thyolo will be ready soon to store the current harvest.
Thyolo District Civic Education Officer for National Initiative for Civil Education (NICE) Trust Moses Kaunda, told Zodiak Online on Friday that imparting free digital skills to the locals is key for understanding dynamics of democracy and make informed decisions in their areas.
In the wake of the recent devaluation of the Kwacha and the fuel price hike, the National Organisation of Nurses and Midwifes of Malawi (NONM) has asked the government to revise upwards salaries and Covid-19 risk allowances for health workers.
Leader of Opposition Kondwani Nankhumwa has asked government to cancel this year's Independence Day Celebrations, saying this is not the right time for holding celebrations when Malawians are going through hard economic times due to the rising cost of living.
Security authorities for Satemwa Tea Estates have applauded police and courts for arresting and convicting three criminals who have been wreaking havoc around the area.