The Malawi Investment Trade Center (MITC) is upbeat the country’s first Special Economic Zone (SEZ) will be ready in nearly two years time where investors enjoy special incentives to attract investments.
Absence of some witnesses and state prosecutors have been singled out as one of the factors affecting access to justice to suspects in Thyolo.
Education authorities in Mangochi and Zomba districts have admitted that failure to plant and take care of trees around schools is one of the major contributing factors that have left many schools vulnerable to disasters.
As cholera continues causing havoc in many parts of the country, communities in Mangazi Village, Senior Chief Chimaliro in Thyolo are now drinking in the unprotected wells and a river.
People of Matope area in Neno South have suffered a major blow since last rainy season when Mtsumuke river bridge was swept away by harsh waters induced by cyclones Ana and Gombe.
Kamuzu University of Health Sciences (KUHeS) has disclosed plans to construct more hostels to accommodate about 3, 300 students by 2030 as one way of alleviating some of the challenges hindering quality of education.
About 2,840 primary school learners in Chiradzulu district dropped out of school last year alone due to, among other challenges, inadequate infrastructure as well as long distances the learners walk to access the basic education.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) says 350, 000 people of which majority are enterprises and innovators in the agriculture sector have benefited from the 48 billion kwacha set aside for the implementations of various interventions.
A First Grade Magistrate's Court in Neno district has convicted and sentenced a 49-year-old man, Daniel James for defiling and impregnating his 14-year-old step daughter ten times.
Illovo Sugar Company has injected K150 million towards an endowment fund to assist needy students especially females at the Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST).
Hesitance by the government institution's supervisors to authorize public projects has been described as a setback to upload all the data into the Information Platform for Public Infrastructure (IPPI) according to President Lazarus Chakwera's directive.