The Ministry of Agriculture has on Tuesday released the 2019/2020 minimum farm - gate prices which have put maize at a minimum price of K200 per Kilogram.
The COVID-19 lockdown has been the uppermost thought in everyone’s mind, and MultiChoice together with the Mindset Network, launched by Nelson Mandela in 2003, launched a Mindset Pop a dedicated channel for Primary School learners.
Police in Ntchisi have arrested 21 people for being suspected of torching Malomo police unit in the district over blood-sucking rumours.
Ntchisi police publicist sub inspector, Richard Kaponda says of the arrested suspects 5 are women and 16 are men and have been arrested after police received a tip off from well wishers in areas the suspects were hiding.
"The suspects allegedly set ablaze the police unit on March 28 while baying for blood of a suspected blood sucker held in police custody," Said Kaponda.
All the suspects have been remanded to Ntchisi prison pending investigations and they will be taken to court soon to answer the charge of arson contrary to section 337 of the penal code.
According to police, the value of the damaged property is yet to be established.
The Association of Person's with Albinism in Malawi (APAM) says government is yet to start construction of the houses for their members as stipulated in the 2019/2020 budget with only three months to go before the close of the financial year.
Minister of transport and public works, Ralph Juma says grading public road networks is very important as the roads increase access to markets of agricultural produce mainly this time when people are harvesting.
Maranatha Academy has introduced online learning in an effort to enable learners in the country to access education this time when schools are closed owing to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Over 450 cotton farmers in Chikwawa have accused Nchalo Greenbelt Limited for failing to pay them their money for the period of seven months.
Education Minister Dr. William Susuwele Banda says government cannot in anyway bow down to pressure and re-open schools for examinations amid escalating corona virus threats.
Barons Car Hire Limited has donated a jersey to one of Lilongwe-based basketball outfits, Cougars. The jersey is worth K250,000.