Malawi Benefits from SDG Fund

Malawi is among four countries across the world selected to benefit from the United Nations’ New Joint Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Fund allocation of $41 million.

Experts Speak on COVID-19 Cases Drop

Health experts have attributed a drop in COVID-19 positive cases and deaths that the country is witnessing to, among other factors, strict observance of preventive measures.

Cop Manda Sings About Pandemics

Deputy Public Relations Officer for Dedza Police, Cassim Manda, has bounced back from an 8-year-old music break by releasing a gospel single track called Levitiko 26.

Youth Violating COVID-19 Prevention Measures in Mulanje

Authorities in Mulanje have expressed worry with youths’ reluctance to observe COVID-19 prevention measures.

Malawi Rolls Out MK20.9 Billion Covid-19 Social Cash Transfer

A 56-year-old widow based in Mtsiliza’s residential area in Lilongwe is amongst 199,640 households who are benefiting from K20.9 billion, the government of Malawi and its partners are implementing in the country's major cities.

Govt Set 861 Sites to Administer Covid-19 Vaccine

Government says it will use more than Eight hundred and sixty sites to administer Covid-19 vaccine which Malawi is expected to receive this Friday through Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe.

NPC Urges Councils to Embrace Malawi 2063

The National Planning Commission (NPC) has urged district council's in the country to embrace Malawi 2063 in a drive to emancipate the country out of poverty through wealthy creation.

Lhomwe Paramount Chieftaincy Sparks Controversy

Some Lhomwe chiefs have warned of serious cracks within Mulhakho wa Alhomwe if the cultural grouping’s trustees continue with their plans of forcing Senior Chief Kaduya of Phalombe on them as their paramount chief.

MUYO Calls for Tracking of Drugs in Public Health Facilities

A Local Youth Organization - Muumoza Youth Organization - MUYO has challenged governance structures in the areas of Senior Chief Mabulabo and Inkosi Khonsolo in Mzimba to track down systems of drug supply and usage at health centers as one way of ending the problem of drug theft which deprives communities access to quality health care.

Govt Releases K2.6 Billion for By-Elections

Government has released K2.6 billion to Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) for holding of by-elections in seven constituencies and two wards.

Cattle Infections Worry Phalombe Farmers

Some livestock farmers in Phalombe have urged authorities to swiftly intervene on the disease which is attacking cattle in the district.

Polytechnic Buy a Gadget Campaign Gains Momentum

The “Buy a Gadget Campaign” by the Malawi University – Polytechnic has received a K3 million boost from the FDH Bank.

35 People Apply for ACB Director Post

Thirty-five people have shown interest to take up the seat of the Director of the Anti-Corruption Bureau – ACB which is vacant.

Katsonga Calls for Disability Friendly COVID-19 Interventions

Neno South Constituency Parliamentarian, Mark Katsonga, has called for inclusion of persons with disability in COVID-19 interventions.

Malawi Attends UNHRC Meeting

Minister of Justice, Titus Mvalo, is in Geneva – Switzerland where he is representing the country in the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC)’s 46th Session which is underway.

EPM Equips Mulanje District Hospital

Just a week after donating two oxygen concentrators and one oximeter each to Malamulo and Mulanje Mission hospitals and Thyolo district hospital, one of Malawi's big tea growing companies, Eastern Produce Malawi (EPM) has made a similar donation to Mulanje district hospital. 

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