Malawi Ranks Low On Transparency International Corruption Index

A 2019 corruption performance index released by the Transparency International has ranked Malawi at position 123 out of 180 countries, on their performance in fighting corruption.

Girls’ Hostel Project Stalls

Construction of a girls’ hostel at Khwalala Community Day Secondary School in Mulanje that started in 2015 is yet to complete, three years after its completion deadline.

NFRA Silos Fast Running Dry-Says Committee of Parliament

The Budget and Finance committee of Parliament visited the National Food Reserve Agency-NFRA silos in Lilongwe on Wednesday where they discovered there is only 14 thousand metric tons (MT) of maize in stock.

M’mbelwa Under Fire for ‘Sidelining’ Councilors in Projects Implementation

Some ward councilors under Mmbelwa District Council claim they are being sidelined in the implementation of development projects that fall under the district development fund and the constituency development fund in Mzimba.

Africa Youth for Inclusion in Decision Making

Some Africa young people have challenged authorities in their countries to start engaging the youth at all stages of decision making if efforts to deal with social economic challenges facing most African countries are to yield expected results.

Ward Councilor Under Probe for Alleged Defilement

Police in Mulanje are investigating reports that a ward councilor in the district may have been defiling and impregnated a 14-year-old girl.

Man In for Murder Allegation

Police in Phalombe have arrested a 31 year-old-man, Dyton Malinga, for allegedly killing a 22 year-old-man, Chimwemwe Chimberenga, of Nampinga Village, Senior Chief Kaduya in Phalombe on suspicion that he stole a bicycle.

ACB Blasts Judiciary on Mpinganjira Release

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has taken a swipe at the Judiciary arm of government for the release of banker, Dr. Thom Mpinganjira, in the alleged judge shopping case.

Child Rights Organisation Calls for Swift Action on Teachers' Salary Saga

Child rights activist, Jennifer Mkandawire, has asked government to immediately pay teachers’ December salaries to quell the violent demonstrations which learners are mounting in some districts in the country in protest that they are not learning.

First of Two 'Judge Bribery' Suspects Arrested: FDH CEO Mpinganjira

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has arrested Dr. Thomson Mpinganjira, Chief Executive Officer for FDH bank in connection with allegations that some people tried to bribe the five Constitutional Court judges trying the presidential election case.

Quota Vital to Achieving 50-50 Representation in Malawi - Mzimba women

Women who aspired as councilors in the last polls say unless the country adopts a quota system of putting women in decision making positions the 50-50 campaign will remain a far-fetched dream.

Khuda Signs Four-Year-Long Contract With Polokwane City

2019 TNM Super League top scorer Khuda Muyaba has secured a move to South African top flight outfit Polokwane City Football Club after impressing the authorities during his short stint with the club.

Mwase Optimistic of Qualification-2022 FIFA World Cup

Flames’ Head Coach Meck Mwase says he has a young and energetic squad capable of qualifying for the FIFA World Cup finals in Qatar in 2022, at the expense of Cameroon and Ivory Coast.

Nation- wide Teachers' Sit-in Turns Nasty As Angry Learners Take to The Streets

The nation-wide sit-in by teachers has entered day three with now reported cases of leaners’ public protests and riots in reaction to the fact that they are missing classes.

ConCourt Says Election Case Verdict Out Between January 27th And February 3rd

Registrar of the High Court and Supreme Court of Appeal in Malawi, Agnes Patemba, says the verdict which constitutional court judges are currently putting together on the presidential election case will be out between January 27th and February 3rd.

Falling Walls Kill a Child, Injure 3 People in Nsanje

A girl child has been killed and three others seriously injured in Nsanje after walls of the houses they were living in fell on them.

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