PMRA Recalls Diabetes Drug

The Pharmacy and Medicines Regulatory Authority-PMRA has made a recall order of Actrapid Soluble Insulin, a drug used to treat diabetes from its stakeholders and patients, following a discovery that some unscrupulous people are changing labels for unknown reasons.

NGO Intensifies Mobile Court Sessions

Small Producers, Development and Transporters Association ( SPRODETA) has intensified mobile court sessions through its K113 million Empowering Vulnerable Populations through Climate Smart and Agro-Ecological practices project in the Mzimba and Rumphi districts.

Government To Lobby For Increased Payments In Social Cash Transfer Program

Deputy Minister of Gender Community Development and Social Welfare, Agnes Mkusa Nkhoma says government is excited to note that many families under the Social Cash Transfer program are slowly moving out of poverty. 

CDEDI Speaks Out On Forex Scarcity

The Center for Democracy and Economic Development Initiatives (CDEDI) says the scarcity of forex has halted production of most local industries which has forced rationing of basic commodities such as cooking oil and sugar on the market.

Public Officers’ Non-Compliance To Declare Assets Worries CSAT

A governance watchdog has expressed concern over what it calls the failure by the Public Appointments Committee of Parliament (PAC) to take action against public officers that are not declaring their assets.

Bangula Secondary School Pleads for Clean Energy

Authorities at Bangula Secondary School in Nsanje say the use of firewood in cooking for students is a big challenge that needs urgent alternative such as electricity.

Anti-Chizuma Vigil Organizers Turn Down Plea To Leave Vigil Site

Organizers of the vigils that were meant to force the government to fire the Anti-Corruption Bureau chief Martha Chizuma, this morning walked out of the meeting that was expected to end the vigils, saying it was not necessary.

Neno Has New Constituency

The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has today announced that a constituency has been added to Neno district called Neno East with two more wards.

DPP North Divided Over Mutharika Endorsement

Divisions continue to emerge in the Democratic Progressive Party as leaders in the north are divided over the Saturday’s endorsement of Peter Mutharika as torchbearer in the 2025 presidential poll.

Ministry Issues About 20 Cooking Oil Import Licenses

Ministry of trade says it has issued about 20 licenses to cooking oil importers as a short-term measure to stabilize supply and prices on the market.

Russia-Ukraine War Delays Elderlies Pension Scheme - Govt

Ministry of gender, social welfare and community development says Covid-19 pandemic and have affected the commencement of the Tonse Alliance's elderly pension scheme campaign promise.

Kupindula ndi Proto First Cohort Graduates

Kelfoods has graduated first cohort of Kupindula ndi Proto poultry training which the poultry company is offering for free to young people in the country.

Police, Communities in Mulanje Foil Robbery Attempt

Police and some communities in Mulanje on Thursday night foiled a robbery attempt at a shop of a businessman of Indian origin in Mozambique.

Teacher Taken to Task over Corporal Punishment

A Form Four student at Chikhwaza Secondary School in Mulanje district Precious Skinner is missing cluster mock examinations after his teacher Golden Mbaula allegedly assaulted and injured him on the forehead on Thursday.

Motorcycle Operators Training, Licensing on Course - Minister

As one way of curbing increased road accidents, Ministry of Transport says it has in partnership with driving schools started providing cheaper and affordable licenses to motorcycle operators.

NCA/DCA Defends Malawi NGOs on Transparency

Norwegian Church Aid and DanChurchAid Country Director, Håvard Hovdhaugen, has moved in to the defence of the country's NGO sector amid concerns that it is not transparent enough in its undertakings.

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