Human Rights on Protection of Elderly, Children after ConCourt Judgement

Human rights activists said campaigners need to utilize the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence in sensitizing families to protect the elderly and children in the aftermath of the presidential election case.

Heat Wave: Farmers Slowly Losing Hope

Since early and mid-October some parts of the country have been receiving first rains, with some farmers planting maize.

Dowa District Council Suspends Mining Activities

Authorities in Dowa have suspended all mining and exploration activities that are currently taking place in the district until proper procedures are followed.

100,000 Students Graduate from Free Christian College

In a historic move, over 100,000 students based in Southern Africa recently joined tens of thousands of students from other countries in graduating from Religious Studies, thanks to the Zion Christian Mission Center

Debate on the “Digital SADC” Dream

Come 2027, the SADC region may truly earn itself the title “Digital SADC” if plans to improve the sector currently being outlined in the Regional Infrastructure Development Master Plan ICT Sector Plan are implemented.

Inequality Worse than Poverty in Malawi - Analyst

A professor in economics says only when Malawi addresses her glaring inequality crisis will efforts to reduce poverty yield results.

FOCESE Drills Youth in Budget Tracking

Concerned with incompletion of four big projects in Nsanje, a local organization, Foundation for Civic Education and Social Empowerment, wants young people to be pro-active in engaging duty bearers to offer quality services.

Malawi is Heaven for Tour Operators-Minister

International Tour operators packaging Malawi as a travel destination are finding it more profitable as positive strides in the sector are attracting new tourists, Industry, Trade and Tourism Minister Salim Bagus has told a global audience of operators.

Msundwe “Rape” Victims Need Psychological Help-Mrs Chakwera

Wife to Malawi Congress Party (MCP) President Monica Chakwera has said victims of the Msundwe rape allegations need counseling to recover from the shocking experience owing to the harsh treatment they suffered at the hands of police.

Government Says Not Responsible for ATI Implementation Delay

Government has rejected blame it is dragging feet in implementing the access to information bill which effectively grants the media and other players enhanced freedom to access information.

NVGO Advocates for Zero Discrimination against Teen Mothers in School

Plan International Malawi has asked for zero discrimination against teen mothers being re-admitted into primary and secondary schools by school management.

Journalists Speak Out on Tackling South Africa's Race Problem

Right now, race relations in South Africa are in crisis, as more than 1,500 people have fled their homes amid a recent surge of deadly violence targeting migrants from other African nations such as Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Zambia, and Mozambique.

Registered Cholera Case Wakeup Call- MHEN

The Malawi Health Equity Network (MEHN) says the cholera case registered in Nathenje in Lilongwe should be a wakeup call for Malawi to be fully prepared in case there is an outbreak of the disease.

APM Aide Constructs Multi-million Church in Ntcheu

President Peter Mutharika's aide Norman Chisale has constructed a multimillion kwacha Nthumba CCAP church building in his home village in Ntcheu within 39 days.

The Wrath of a Wounded Nature

It’s 8 o’clock in the morning. The sun is still brown as it has just risen. Only the brown tells it is still morning; but the heat tells otherwise; feels like it is noon already.

Defying Intellectual Disability with Athletics

Samuel Mbukwa developed Intellectual Disability when he was five years old after suffering from cerebral malaria. He is now 32.

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