Queen Elizabeth II Dies

Queen Elizabeth II, the UK's longest-serving monarch, has died at Balmoral aged 96, after reigning for 70 years, the BBC has reported.

Tsar Leo Turns Vernacular

His name is not new in Malawi’s music cycles. A mere visit on several search engines for urban music, will definitely bump into his tunes.

Cholera Hits Mzimba South

As Malawi continues to battle a prolonged Cholera outbreak since January this year, Mzimba south is now the latest district to register the disease with four confirmed cases.

Old Mutual To Host Second Edition Of Partnership Conversation Series

Old Mutual Malawi Limited is set to host the second edition of the Partnership Conversation Series (OMPCS), a tailor-made event aimed at enhancing partnerships and conversations that would propel development, shared value  and mindset change.

Man Arrested for Allegedly Defiling Daughter

Police in Monkey Bay have arrested a man identified as Buba Kapanga, 31, on suspicion he has been defiling his 11-year-old step daughter.

SADC, MRA Launch E Certificate of Origin

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) say the newly introduced electronic certificate of origin will alleviate challenges that have been hampering the flourishing of business transactions in the region.

NGO Against Discrimination Toward Persons With Disabilities In Hospitals

A Local Non-governmental organization, Joy Abilities Empowerment (JAE) has called for intensfied engagement with health workers in public hospitals to end discrimination towards people with disabilities when accessing HIV/AIDS services.

Vandalism Chokes DCCMS Operations

The Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services (DCCMS) has raised concern over the increasing vandalism of the department’s equipment, saying it is putting the lives of many people at risk, without being aware of the weather forecast.

Child Parliamentarians for Harmonization of Child Protection Laws

Leader of opposition in the national child parliament Christopher Makiyi has called for speedy amendment of the penal code to redefine a child in line with the country’s constitution.

No Nutrition Frontline Staff, No Nutrition Budgetary Allocation to District Councils

Revelations that there are no nutrition frontline staff and no budget allocation for nutrition activities to district councils suggest lack of seriousness and interest by Government in fighting against malnutrition currently at 37 percent.

NN Police Records 2 Deaths in a Day

A man was found hanging dead in a mango tree yesterday in Neno district which police says is a case of suicide.

14 Minors on Remand for Alleged Murder

Ministry of Gender says a total of 14 children have been remanded to the country’s two reformatory centres for alleged murder since January this year.

Reunion Insurance Donates K5 million MIPS

Reunion Insurance Company Limited says it has pumped in K5 million to the Malawi Institute of Procurement and Supply (MIPS) to help in preparations for the 2022 conference which will be held at Sunbird Nkopola in Mangochi District.

Sandama Residents Call Police to Beef Up Security

Communities around Sandama trade centre which borders Mozambique have asked the police in Thyolo to deploy more officers following spate of armed robberies.

9 Arrested over Thekerani Police Unit Damage

Almost four months after irate communities set alight Thekerani Police Unit in Thyolo, police have stepped in and arrested nine suspects in connection to the damage.

NICE Drills NN Court Users on Right to Access Justice

In a bid to ensure that people know their right to access justice, The National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) is today drilling Court Users Committee in Neno district on that right with funding from the European Union.

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