Reserve Bank of Malawi has agreed with banks and microfinance institutions to extend moratorium on payment of interests and principle loans in response to COVID-19 pandemic.
A Mulanje based longest serving member of the Malawi Congress Party (MCP) Mary Chimenya has challenged the Tonse Alliance leaders to put aside their personal interests and work towards developing the country.
A Magistrate Court in Lilongwe has adjourned to November 2, 2020 hearing of a case in which former acting director of National Intelligence Service Kenam Kalirani and former head of ICT at State Residences Chance Chingwalungwalu are accused of stealing government intelligence computers.
Salima Senior Resident Magistrate's Court on August 31, 2020, convicted and sentenced Pilirani Mataka, 21, a second-year student at Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources to five years imprisonment with hard labour for defilement.
The Malawi Electoral Commission is yet to pay 7 Billion kwacha that court-ordered to be paid to the first petitioner and second petitioners in the high profile presidential elections case.
Authorities in Mulanje have secured a safe home for five children and three grannies that ran away from a mob two weeks ago that nearly took their lives on accusations that they were practicing witchcraft.
Some parents have cautioned government to tread carefully before considering reopening kindergartens on 7th September just like other examination classes in the first phase of reopening schools, saying it will be inconsiderate of their well-being as the pandemic rages on.
The National Youth Football Association is formulating a strategic plan to guide the association in its operations.
Women and children on Likoma Island are expected to see an improved health service delivery at the islands St. Peters Hospital courtesy of a donation of various machines for the maternity and labour wards at the facility by the Nation Publications Limited (NPL) through its health resource mobilization campaign, Mothers Fun Run (MFR).