Malawians’ disposable income is under threat, as the cost of living in the country's urban areas is still rising.
The Association of Persons with Albinism has challenged President Lazarus Chakwera to fulfill his campaign promises of guaranteeing them safety as silence on this threatens their extinction in the country.
A new Joint Programme funded by the United Nations Joint SDG Fund, which last week announced a US$41 million allocation for accelerating the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in four countries, will create a new business financing vehicle in Malawi.
As time is fast racing to the premiere of Malawian Movie, Fatsani: A tale of Survival, the project has seen a boost following clinch of a deal between Umodzi Park and HD Plus Creations which will see the latter paying half of the actual price for the venue.
The Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) - Blantyre Arch Diocese has expressed hope that the introduction of the Voices and Actions Accountability in Malawi will help to strengthen transparency and citizen engagement.
“Eating has no holiday. We eat to live.” Bakali Ishmael, 73, has no kind words for COVID-19.
As the country continues to feel the pinch of the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, Mangochi Community Technical College (MCTC) has come up with an improved version of a hand sanitizing facility.
COVID-19 can lock institutions' operations down, but not Women Forum of Phalombe district in Malawi’s Southern Region.
The Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and United Democratic Front (UDF) have asked non-governmental organizations to put an extra gear in mobilizing people to participate in the forthcoming byelections slated for March 30 this year.
The Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development has indicated that 35, 000 land parcels have been registered in eight piloted districts in the country of which more than 50 percent were registered under women.