Government says locals living in boarders areas with Mozambique are safe despite reports that Islamists in that neighboring country are beheading children in Cabo Delgado province that is located some 300 kilometers away from Malawi’s Mangochi district.
State has started parading witnesses to testify against former Electricity Supply Commission of Malawi (ESCOM) Chief Executive Officer, Dr Allexion Chiwaya, and Human Resource Officer, Daphter Namandwa, in an abuse of office and fraud charges case.
The world on March 14, celebrated the fifth annual commemoration of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW) with a call for nations to uphold peace building despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
A 27-year-old man is in police custody in Mangochi for stubbing his ex-wife with a knife due to unknown reasons.
State has finished parading eight witnesses against Norman Chisale in an attempted murder that the bodyguard of former president, Peter Mutharika, is answering in the high court in Blantyre.
The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Presidential hopeful, Dr. Dalitso Kabambe, says Lower Shire needs Members of Parliament who understand the Shire Valley Transformation Project which he says is a magic bullet for the socio-economic development of the people in the area.
The Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) has indicated that it has an uphill task to achieve the buy a gadget campaign for every student, as out 3, 000 planned gadgets, they have only managed to get less than 500 gadgets.
Amid concerns of growing charcoal business and how the product finds its way into the major cities of the country, Police in Neno district have impounded a lorry carrying over one hundred bags of charcoal.
In its drive to contribute towards elimination of gender-based violence in Mulanje and Chiradzulu districts, a tea growing company, Eastern Produce Malawi (EPM) has donated K750, 000 to three Community Based Organizations (CBOs).
Former officers for the defunct Malawi Young Pioneers (MYP) have given government two weeks to respond to their concerns bordering on terminal benefits and failure which they will stage demonstrations.
Minister of Gender, Community Development and Social Welfare Patricia Kaliati says she is always bitter when she receives reports that some suspected defilers are walking shoulders high in communities having been released on either court or police bail.
Water is life so they say. But for communities around Mathamanda primary school in Nkhata Bay, the situation has been unpalatable.