DPP Youths Hit Back at MCP-UTM Rigging Claims

Barely a day after youths from the Malawi Congress Party and UTM Alliance held a press conference accusing President Peter Mutharika of violating human and constitutional rights, youths from Mutharika’s party – DPP say they are fed up with politics of castigation, targeting their party leaders.

MEC to go Into Voter Registration Exercise with MK6.5 Billion Deficit

Malawi Electoral Commission says it has a budget shortfall of K6.5 billion, less than two days to the start of registration for the proposed fresh presidential poll.

Police Arrest 3, Recover Stolen Vehicle in Mangochi

Police in Mangochi have arrested three men and recovered a motor vehicle suspected to have been stolen.

Ex-CHAM Workers Cry Foul Over Gratuity

About 200 health workers who were employed on contract by the Christian Health Association of Malawi (CHAM) say are living tough life because the Association is not paying them their gratuities.

Cross Border Traders Threaten Covid-19 Preparedness

Traditional leaders in Ntcheu have expressed worry with cross border traders between Zambia and Malawi and how frequent the district uses uncharted routes.

FAM Hails FIFA Plans to Support Football Industry - COVID19

Football Association of Malawi has hailed the move by FIFA to draw up plans to tap its cash reserve and create an emergency fund to support football industry which has been heavily hit by coronavirus pandemic.

Mtambo Quits HRDC

Timothy Mtambo has resigned from the vocal Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) as chairperson and has formed a political pressure group.

MHRC Revives Killing of Buleya Lule

The Malawi Human Rights Commission has described delays in the arrest of officers implicated in the death of Buleya Lule as disturbing to justice.

CSOs,Academia,Research Institutions key to End Climate Health Risks- Min. of Health

National Coordinator for Civil Society Network on Climate change, CISONECC, Julius Ng'oma says, enhanced capacity of Civil Society organisations, academia and research institutions will help fill the gap that exits between Human Health and climate change in the country.

Eli Njuchi to Drop An EP

Malawian award winning singer/songwriter, Eli Njuchi, is set to drop his debut music collection titled The Book of Z on 5th April, 2020.

Minister Says Innovation Policy Vital

The Minister of Labor, Skills and Innovation says will formulate a policy that will reward innovative Malawians to spur the economy and development of the country.

UTM and MCP youth report APM to Amnesty International

Young people in the Malawi Congress Party-MCP and UTM Coalition have reported President Peter Mutharika to Amnesty International on alleged human rights violations.

JB Accuses Government of Politicking COVID-19

Former president, Dr. Joyce Banda, has accused the Malawi government of politicizing the threat of the spread of corona virus which causes COVID-19.

Neno People Ask Govt for Tarmac Road

People of Neno district have asked government to consider constructing them a standard tarmac road, saying the current one is a threat to both people's lives and agricultural activities.

148 Nutrition Radio Listening Clubs Opened in MJ

At least 148 radio listening clubs have been established in Mulanje under nutrition scaling up projects dubbed AFIKEPO and KULIMA implemented by Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) in the district.

Soldiers Detain Drone

Investigators from the Malawi Defense Force (MDF) are investigating a drone that was flying over the Force’s Chichiri Campsite in Blantyre yesterday.

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