Form 4 Bursary Learners in NN Nearly Missed Exams

Some students who were on a bursary called Two Wheels to School in Neno district nearly missed sitting for their Malawi School Certificate of Education examinations yesterday due to unpaid tuition fees.

South Lunzu SDA Church Donates to CZ Hospital

The Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) church South Lunzu district has urged people in the country to embrace the spirit of cheering one another especially in times of need such as sickness.

FDH Bank Launches Swipe and Dash Promotion

FDH Bank Plc has launched a Swipe and Dash competition on Monday in Blantyre to encourage customers to start using FDH POS Machine when paying their purchases at Chipiku or Sana stores.

First Cholera Case Registered in Mzuzu City

Mzuzu city has become the third district in the Northern Region to be hit with Cholera after laboratory results for samples taken from an 80-year-old lady have come out positive.

Brace For Squabbles If Atupele Returns To Active Politics - Political Analysts

Political Analysts have warned the United Democratic Front (UDF) to brace for squabbles within the party should former leader of the party, Atupele Muluzi, return to active politics.

Prophet Bushiri Disassociates Himself with Politics

Prophet Shepherd Bushiri of Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) has reiterated his stance that he does not harbour any political ambitions.

Reverend Maulidi Appointed Anti-Corruption Ambassador

The Church of Central Africa Presbytery (CCAP) Blantyre Synod Deputy General Secretary, Reverend Baxton Maulidi has been appointed as the All-African Conference of Churches (AACC) Anti-Corruption Ambassador in Malawi.

Bishop Musikuwa Speaks on Wastefulness

Right Reverend Peter Musikuwa, Bishop of Chikwawa Diocese has urged Malawians to stop being wasteful on resources entrusted to manage by God or donors for the country to develop.

We Are not Objects of Charity - FEDOMA

The Federation of Disability Organizations in Malawi (FEDOMA) has reiterated its challenge to the society to stop regarding persons with disabilities as objects of charity but empower them socio-economically.

First Suspected Cholera Case Reported in Mzuzu City

A first suspected Cholera case has been reported in Mzuzu, a disease that has killed at least 12 people in the neighboring Nkhatabay.

Over 60% of People Under 40 Years Battle With NCDs

Authorities say over 60 percent of people under 40 years old are battling with non-communicable diseases such as asthma and cancer across the country.

Four Arrested For Allegedly Attacking MUBAS Student

Police in Blantyre have arrested four suspects on allegations that they have been terrorizing people and students from Malawi University of Business and Applied Sciences (MUBAS) around Chichiri area.

ACB Pace on Mombera University Salary Saga Worries Economist  

 

Economic Professor Betchani Tchereni says Malawians will no longer be afraid to engage in corruption if the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) continue to take time to conclude notable cases. 

Reducing Inequality, a Critical Step For Development

Economists and Human Rights experts are proposing development of National Inequality Reduction Action Plans for Southern Africa Development Countries (SADC) to do away with the growing inequality among citizens.

Media Council Worried With MACRA's Stance on License Revocations

Media Council of Malawi says MACRA’s move to revoke licenses of some media houses has the potential of promoting fake news and lead to loss of jobs.

Matandani Technical College Receives Technical Tools

In a give back to the community strategy a Malawian based in South Africa has donated Auto Mobile Mechanics training equipment to Matandani technical college in Neno district.

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