An act by Esperanza Tea Estate Company, a subsidiary of Eastern Produce Malawi Limited (EPM) of encircling with a red tape a house of an employee who tested of COVID-19 continue to spark national debate with unions and rights organizations, pouring out their sentiments.
Senior Chief Mbenje of Nsanje has died.
Minister of Health Khumbize Kandodo Chiponda has pleaded with Malawians to seek medical treatment for Covid-19 saying the country is registering many recoveries.
A Senior Resident Magistrate's Court in Mangochi on Monday ordered 2 people to pay a K9, 000 fine each and 18 others to pay K5, 000 each for failing to wear face masks.
The Senior Resident Magistrate's Court in Limbe has convicted and ordered Erick Chimpini, 26, and twelve others to pay K5,000 fine each for not wearing face masks in public.
The Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services has suspended operations at its Eastern Region Headquarters in Mangochi from Wednesday to Monday next week.
A teacher at Central High School in Blantyre was yesterday found hanging dead in a toilet at Maone housing in Limbe.
Health rights activist, Maziko Matemba, has called on the ministry of health to provide counseling to Form Four students as a way of motivating them as more students are testing positive for COVID-19.
Some concerned teachers have petitioned government through the ministry of education to start giving them risk allowances and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) now that COVID-19 has hit schools.
Global Hope Mobilization (GLOHOMO) has donated COVID-19 preventive items and trained officers at Mwanza District Health Office and Mwanza border.