Ecobank Participates in Global Customer Service Week

Ecobank says the participation of the bank in global customer service week has assisted the bank to appreciate and have a clear understanding of advancing banking and people’ financial needs.

Mota Engil - Marka- Bangula Railway Probe to End by December

The country's graft busting body says it targets to conclude its investigation by early December, 2021 or before, into the award of a multibillion-kwacha contract to Mota Engil company to rehabilitate a railway line between Marka and Bangula in Nsanje by the Ministry of Transport.

EU, Irish Aid bankroll About K1 billion for Social Protection

Two well-known international organizations, Irish Aid and the European Union (EU) have bankrolled about K1 billion to implement social protection and climate change programs targeting over 60, 000 vulnerable families in an effort to reduce poverty in the country.

Senior Chief Malemia of Nsanje Under Fire Over Land

Senior Chief Malemia of Nsanje has come under fire from some farmers in his area as the traditional leader allegedly sold their agricultural land at Mchacha village, to Kalibu kwa Yesu Institute, against their will.

Care Malawi Intensifies COVID-19 Vaccine Campaign in Mj

Amid low uptake of COVID-19 vaccines in Mulanje, Care Malawi International has rolled out COVID-19 vaccination campaign in the district through community engagements.

CDEDI Accuse IG of Nepotism

The Center for Democracy and Economic Development has accused the inspector general of Malawi Police Service Dr. George Kainja over what they say nepotism in the Police Service Commission.

Art Malawi Moves to Clean Mudi River

An arts organization, Art Malawi is conducting a clean-up in Mudi River which is aimed at reinstating the river to its original state by removing solid wastes.

MHC Workers End Strike

Malawi Housing Corporation (MHC) workers have ended their three-day strike after an assurance by Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban development Kezzie Msukwa that their grievances will be addressed.

GLOHOMO to Work with Pro Bono Lawyers

Globe Hope Mobilization (GLOHOMO) says it will work with pro bono lawyers to help human trafficking survivors in a bid to ensure that they have legal representation in court.

364 Hectares of Pine Removed from Mulanje Mountain

Over 364 hectares of pine trees that were in Mulanje Mountain Forest Reserve have been removed in a month and half.

TB Dept To Extend Screening to Borders, Airports

The National Tuberculosis, TB and Leprosy Control Program has unveiled plans to extend TB mobile diagnostic units to airports and borders in order to scale up screening initiatives.

Man Commits Suicide After Father In-Law Withdraws His Wife

A 37-year-old man in Nsanje has hanged himself to death after his father in-law allegedly took back his wife over lobola payment.

People Recognized Our Attendance - Sex Workers Association

The Female Sex Workers Association (FWSA) says its availability at the Malawi’s largest music event so far this year, Sand Music Festival, has assisted them to gain more recognition in the country.

Gender Minister to Name & Same Perpetrators of Sexual Harassment

Minister of gender, community development, and social welfare Dr. Patricia Kaliati says her ministry will start naming and shaming perpetrators of sexual harassment in Higher Education.

Global Internet Outage Expose ICT Challenges In Malawi

ICT experts have expressed different opinions on the need to foster innovations in the country, by among other things owning social media sites.

50 GBV Cases to be Heard in 2 Weeks

The judiciary is set to hear 50 gender-based violence cases in 13 districts in two weeks, courtesy of Chilungamo program by European Union.

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