Commissioner of Police for South Eastern Region Chikondi Chingadza on Monday officially opened a modern Victim Support Unit (VSU).
France players Kingsley Coman and Aurelien Tchouameni have been subjected to online racist abuse after missing their penalties in the World Cup final.
President Lazarus Chakwera says Malawi is set to benefit from the commitment support the United States government had made to Malawi at the just Ended U.S Africa Leaders’ Summit in Washington DC.
An assessment by the Thyolo District Council indicates that at least 554 families need food, seeds and roofing materials following the damage caused by strong winds and heavy rains this December.
President and Founder of Living Waters Church, Apostle Dr. Stanley Ndovie, has asked politicians to seek guidance and advice from church leaders in order to make better decisions that will uplift the country.
The Mental Health Users and Carers Association (MeHUCA) has made fresh calls for the public to respect the rights of persons with psychosocial disabilities amid reports that their rights are being violated at the expense of sympathizing with them.
Breaking away from long time hand hoeing to implementing farm mechanization in mega farms is being touted as a reliable key driver for Malawi to achieve exploits in food security and attain her 2063 aspirations.
Health authorities have asked for consistent funding to improve the availability of Disease Control and Surveillance Assistants, DCSAs that are key in promoting community health services in Malawi.
The Catholic Church in Malawi says what the Church’s Bishops aspired for in their pastoral letter ‘Living our Faith’ 30 years ago has not yet been achieved.
The socio-economic wellbeing of 84, 000 households in Mulanje and Thyolo is said to have improved through a five-year 'Kulima Better Project' implemented by the Self-Help Africa.
Balaka District Hospital Director of Health and Social Services, Dr Eugene Katenga Kaunda has conceded a challenge in Information Communication Technology - ICT equipment for data collection in health facilities.
There is hope that uptake of Covid 19 vaccine will be improved in Phalombe thanks to Parent and Child Health initiative project (PACHI) for engaging traditional, religious and political leaders in the district.