Presidential Aspirant Tobias Rolls Out 2025 Campaign

Independent presidential candidate Millward Tobias has insisted that he will not partner with any political party in the 2025 elections.

MPS Records 54 Percent Decrease in Digital Money Fraud

The Malawi Prison Service has reported a decline in digital money fraud in the first quarter of 2024 from K28 million to K13 million in March this year representing 54.3 percent during the period under review.

CDEDI Engages Judiciary on Sugar Prices Injunction

The Centre for Democracy and Economic Development Initiatives (CDEDI) has asked the chief justice to intervene on an injunction that was granted to Illovo Sugar (Malawi) plc in 2023 sparing the sugar manufacturing company from prosecution for unfair trade.

The Final Whistle: Remembering Davie "Becks" Moya

On May 2nd, Silver Strikers Football Club's faithfulls woke up to news that one of their sons Davie Moya is no more. Moya's death didn't just touch the bankers family alone, but the whole football fraternity because he was an inspiration to many with the way he presented himself in the field of play. Looking at him in Silver jersey in hasty, one would easily have mistaken him for Peter Odemwingie formerly of West Bromwich Albion because they were both colored.

CCAP Youth Vow to be Agents of Change

Youth under Liviridzi presbytery of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) Blantyre Synod have promised to be effective agents of change that would help the church grow further.

Govt Provides Extra Funds To NFRA For Maize Purchase

Government has provided additional K10 billion to the National Food Reserve Agency (NFRA) for the procurement of maize its strategic reserves.

Morocco Reaffirms Support to Malawi

The Government of Morocco has pledged unwavering support to Malawi in various sectors of development to ensure sustainable growth and improvement of people's livelihoods.

I’ve Never Ordered Journalists’ Arrest - Chakwera

President Lazarus Chakwera says he has never ordered law enforcers to arrest any person, including journalists, for expressing or writing stories against his administration.

Resource Limitations; Knowledge Gaps Hamper Youth Fight Against Corruption

The 2023 Corruption Perception Index as reported by the Transparency Index showed that Malawi scored 34 points out of 100, meaning the country still has a lot of work to do in the fight against corruption.

Lilongwe Archdiocese Steps up outreach in nurturing vocations

The growing need for deeper understanding and accompaniment on vocations for the youth to make sound decisions in their calling has compelled the archdiocese of Lilongwe to establish a Youth Animation team comprising of representatives of the religious and professionals.

Harnessing Creative Play in How Families Are Raising Happy Kids

LILONGWE – APRIL 15, 2024—To raise awareness about the roles creativity and innovation play in human development, the United Nations designated April 21 as World Creativity and Innovation Day.

Combined HIV Prevention Options Vital in Reducing New HIV Infections

The Civil Society Advocacy Forum on HIV/Aids says combining HIV prevention measures can assist Malawi to curb new HIV infections that are currently hanging at around 15, 000 cases annually.

Ministry to Support 200 Commercial Farmers in Irrigation Farming

The Ministry of Agriculture through it's Mega Farm Unit says it will support 200 commercial farmers in the country to enable them venture into large-scale irrigation farming starting from June this year.

Homeland Ministry Arrests Ethiopians For Trafficking Cell

The Minister of Homeland Security has said that the government will commit to eliminate human trafficking, as police busted two Ethiopians, man and wife, for running a trafficking ring that had a holding cell at Dzaleka Refugee Camp.

Watts Flows With Love

He cannot believe it! A father of seven Amini Afiki from lake District of Malawi; Mangochi has now economic hope at 57.

Malawian Children Working in Slavery Conditions in Mozambique

Betrayal is a painful - but more painful when it comes from your own family; from the people you trust the most. 

This is exactly what is happening in country's border districts like Dedza where parents who are supposed to be on forefront in giving protection are betraying their own children by giving them away to strangers in exchange with money. 

Since 2018, parents in Dedza have been forcing their own children to quit school, and sending them to Mozambique to work in farms as slaves but no action is being taken by authorities to end this until now. 

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