Secondary School Dropouts Rate Worries Authorities

Authorities in the country's South East Education Division (SEED) have expressed concern over the increasing numbers of students dropping out from secondary schools in the division.

Govt Yet to Release Funds for Flames

The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) says is yet to receive funding from government for the National Football Team’ camp in preparations against Ivory Coast in the World cup qualifiers slated for October 8 and 11 this year.

Nsanje Communities Decry Flood Resilience Capacity Gaps

A Village Civil Protection Committee (VCPC) under group village head Khambadza, in the area of Traditional Authority Mlolo in Nsanje, has decried knowledge gaps on flood resilience.

Walk in Interviews Results Questioned

The National Organization for Nurses and Midwives has asked the government to come out clear on the selection criteria for walk in interviews that were carried out in July.

MDF Conduct Road Test for UN Military Vehicles

Soldiers from the Malawi Defense Force in Lilongwe yesterday conducted vehicle routine tests, for the United Nations branded vehicles which the soldiers use.

NU Police Nab Nine For Alleged Murder

Police in Ntcheu have arrested nine people for their alleged involvement in the murder of a 32-year-old man, Chimwemwe Gideon.

Health Workers Accused of Demanding Money from Clients in Nsanje

Fresh allegations have been raised that some medics at Nsanje District Hospital are demanding money from clients in exchange for services meant to be free.

Woman Jailed for Concealing Birth

A 23-year-old woman in Mangochi will spend the next 5 years behind bars after a magistrate court convicted and sentenced her for concealing the birth of a child and abandoning a child at birth contrary to sections 232 and 232 (A) of the Penal Code respectively.

Desist From Drug Theft - Msusa

Head of the Catholic Church in Malawi, Archbishop Thomas Luke Msusa has urged health workers to desist from the tendency of drug theft.

FRIM to Eradicate Invasive Alien Species on Mulanje Forest Reserve

The Forest Research Institute of Malawi (FRIM) says it has instituted trials to establish best technologies to remove invasive alien species on Mulanje Mountain Forest Reserve.

BSED Holds SCREP Open Days in Neno and Mwanza

The Education Department of the CCAP Blantyre Synod has organized a series of open days across its 10 impact education zones in Neno and Mwanza districts under the SCREP programme.

CHAM Migrating Payroll into Government System Next Month

Christian Health Association of Malawi (Cham) says it is finalizing processes to migrate its payroll into government’s Human Resources Management Information System (HRMIS).

Ministry of Education Under Fire Over Promotion

Concerned teachers in Nsanje who claim they upgraded to diploma level in humanities at Domasi College of Education in 2015 say they are yet to be promoted.

Pressure Mounts on MLS on Legal Aid Act

A group of people holding diplomas in law argues that the decision by the Malawi Law Society to contest a proposal by the Legal Aid Bureau for increased legal protection for the poor and vulnerable is intended to stand in the way of access to justice for the poor.

Govt Commit to Increasing Irrigation Farming Hectarage Coverage

Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Agnes Nkusankhoma says more investment towards irrigation farming is crucial now if the country is to increase the capacity of the available 406 thousand hectares of land potential for irrigation.

Malawi Not Performing In Social Protection

United Nations Resident Coordinator Maria Jose Torres says there is a need for Malawi to seriously implement its sustainable development goals frameworks if the country is to achieve social protection systems for the sustainable development goals.

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