Three Additional Weeks to Fix Passport System

Government says the citizenry should wait for three more weeks to fix the hacked passport issuing system at the Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services.

Northern Region in Two Day of Blackout

Most of the areas in the Northern Region have spent the last two days in complete black out with taps running dry after four ESCOM pylons tipped over in an area called Chikwawa in Salima District.

FEDOMA Calls on Govt to Empower Health Workers

The Federation of Disability Organisations in Malawi (FEDOMA) has reiterated its plea for the government to empower healthcare workers with basic sign language skills to effectively assist patients with hearing impairments.

Malawi's One Digit Inflation Projection not Realistic-Economist

An economist has cast doubt on the country's ability to lower inflation rate to five or seven percent from the current 35 percent in 2024-2025 fiscal year.

Providing People With Comfort and Hope in the “Language of One’s Heart”

As International Mother Language Day approaches, Jehovah’s Witnesses offer content in more than 1,000 languages.

Woman Jailed 3 years For Injuring stepson

The Mangochi Senior Resident Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday 21 February 2024 convicted and sentenced Martha Victor, 32, to three years imprisonment with hard labor for injuring her 4-year-old stepson as a punishment for urinated in their house.

Thyolo District Council Approves a K31.2 Billion 2024/25 Budget

Thyolo District Council has admitted that delays by the Treasury to disburse funds to local councils in time is derailing implementation of development projects.

Be Advocates of Environmental Conservation - AGE Africa Challenges Girls

An international organization that promotes education of a girl child, Advancing Girls Education (AGE) Africa, has challenged school going girls to be advocates of environmental conservation in their communities.

CSONA, ECDC Join Forces in Nutrition Awareness

The Civil Society Organisations Nutrition Alliance (CSONA) and Early Childhood Development Coalition (ECDC) are implementing a Citizen Engagement component of the World Bank project dubbed "Investing in Early Years" (IEYP) in Neno district whose aim is to improve coverage and utilisation of development services with focus on Nutrition, Stimulation and Early learning.

Lack of Privacy Fueling ARV Default Rate Among Youth

Adolescent girls and young women in Mzimba south have complained of a lack of privacy and confidentiality at health facilities which they say compromises their access to ARVs and sexual reproductive health services.

Forestry Stakeholders Drilled on Court Operations

Various stakeholders engaged in the protection of forest reserves in Mzimba have been drilled on how courts operate in the prosecution of offenders who have committed forest-related crimes.

Red Cross Launches Goat Project in CZ

The Malawi Red Cross Society (MRCS) has launched a goat pass-on-project for some Cyclone Freddy survivors in Chiradzulu.

Bvumbwe Guardian Shelter Remains Closed for 13 Years

A completed guardian shelter at Bvumbwe Health Center in Thyolo is yet to be opened after a contractor reportedly withheld keys since 2010 due to a payment dispute.

Religious Group Engages Cyclone Survivors in Reforestation

Jesuit Centre for Ecology and Development (JCED), an Ecology and Sustainable Development Centre of the Jesuits Southern Africa Province (SAP), has taken its tree planting campaign for the 2023-2024 season to the Cyclone Freddy survivors in Chiradzulu.

Commercial Court Ready to Open Soon - Judiciary

There is a high expectation of speedy trials on financial crimes as the country's judiciary says the commercial court project is almost through and will be opened soon.

Chakwera Appoints News TC Commission

President Lazarus Chakwera has appointed new commissioners for the Tobacco Commission (TC) which will serve for 3 years to 2027.

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