NPL Rescues St. Peters Hospital in Likoma

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).

We Will Stick to Examination Calendar - MANEB

The Malawi National Examinations Board- MANEB says will stick to its academic calendar regardless of when schools closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Gvt Launches Malawi Artists Welfare Fund

Ministry of Tourism, Culture, and Wildlife has Launched Malawi Artists Welfare Fund with an aim of helping artists when they fall sick and happen to be deceased.

Schools Set to Reopen Sept 7

Ministry of Education has announced that schools will re-open on September 7, beginning with Standard 8, Form 4, and Final year students in institutions of higher learning.

Chanthunya Convicted of 3 Offenses

High court sitting in Zomba has today [Friday] convicted Misozi Chanthunya of murdering his girlfriend, Linda Gasa, a decade ago.

9 Year Old Boy Acquires Cane Furniture Weaving Skills

With thousands learners gotten into early marriages and some impregnated during the past months schools have been closed due to Covid 19, a nine year old boy has acquired a new skill within the same period.

Neno Decries Poor Waste Management amid COVID-19

Waste management during the Covid-19 pandemic, with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), is increasingly becoming a problem in most district councils across the country, with Neno emerging as having no departmental waste management plan, a development which is hindering Water, Sanitation and Hygiene agenda.

EAM Rolls Out National Peace Advocacy Project

Amid escalating incidents of violence in the country, the Evangelical Association of Malawi (EAM) has started implementing a national peace advocacy project.

CK Council for Improved Service Delivery

Authorities at Chikwawa District Council have expressed optimism that conditions and services will likely improve following a five day hands on training on review of service and conditions.

WACRAD Supports Schools with Hygiene and Sanitary Essentials as Government Reopens Schools

Word Alive Commission for Relief and Development - WACRAD has supported schools in its Edingeni catchment area in Mzimba with covid19 prevention essentials worth K5 million in preparation for their reopening as announced in September as announced by the government. 

Rights Body Wants Local Leader to Face Law

A local child rights organization Foundation for Children’s Rights FCR has applauded Paramount Chief Mbelwa's move to terminate the services of one of his local leaders Group Village Headman Mahowe for marrying an underage girl.

Rights Bodies Seek Defilement Law Interpretation

Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) and Centre for Human Rights Education, Advice and Assistance (CHREAA) want court to interpret defilement law to see if it does not violate children rights.

Hope of the Poor Finances Vulnerable Household

A Machinga family of 6 children with disabilities out of 7 can now breathe a sigh of relief; thanks to an organisation Hope of the Poor for assisting with a business capital.

Nice, MRCS Take COVID-19 Fight Door to Door

Two well-known organizations have rolled out a door to door campaign to dispel rumors that people cannot contract Covid 19 in hot weather.

Parliament Asked to Enforce Section 65

Commentators say it is high time national assembly started leading by example to respect will of the people by enforcing Section 65 of the Constitution.

Chakwera to Physically Open Parliament

President Lazarus Chakwera says will physically deliver his maiden State of National Address (SONA) at parliament under strict COVID-19 preventive measures on 4th September, 2020.

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