Jobless Midwifery Assistants Petition President Chakwera

About seven hundred qualified but jobless Community Midwifery Assistants have requested President Lazarus Chakwera to hire them within five days or they will do unspecified action.

Chakwera Yet Decided on Mia & Belekanyama Replacements

State House says President Lazarus Chakwera has not yet made a decision to fill vacant positions of two cabinet ministers that were created following the death of two ministers previously holding the positions.

Parly Tips ACB to Lobby For Resources

Parliamentary Committee on Legal Affairs has challenged the Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) to move the committee lobby for more allocations that can in the long run help the bureau expedite cases under its disposal.

Ex Migrant Workers Seek Explanation on Pension Money

Malawians who worked in mines under the Employment Bureau of Africa (TEBA) and Witwatersrand Native Labor Association (WNLA) in South Africa are seeking explanation from government on what transpired during the presidential visit to South Africa last year.

BCC Under Fire Over Poor Waste Management

Blantyre City Council (BCC) has come under fire from Namiyango residents in Bangwe for failure to collect refuse from a waste dumping site which is located within their vicinity.

KIDS AND FUTURE FOUNDATION DONATES A SOLAR POWERED WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM

Amid Covid-19 pandemic, where washing hands with soap is necessary, Kids and Future Foundation, with funding from Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), has donated

PAC Backs Govt to Roll Out AstraZeneca Vaccine

The Public Affairs Committee PAC has backed the Government on plans to roll out the Covid-19 vaccine and warned to reprimand in public all religious groups that will preach against the exercise.

Mkwate Completes Polokwane City Move

Nyasa Big Bullets midfielder Mike Mkwate has signed a 2 and half year deal with South Africa's National First Division outfit Polokwane City at an undisclosed fee.

Action Aid Targets Hunger Stricken Families in Neno

Action Aid Malawi (AAM) has announced it will bail out hunger-stricken families of Sub-Traditional Chikalema in Neno district who year in and year out fail to produce enough food due to fall armyworm and poverty.

Man, 30, Arrested For Allegedly Murdering His Daughter

A 30-year-old Kasungu man identified as Emmanuel Shawa is in the cooler for allegedly defiling and murdering his six-year-old biological daughter.

ACB Sitting on Ntcheu Council Petition

The Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) has come under fire for sitting on a petition by Ntcheu District Council who are pushing the bureau to probe some officers for alleged mismanagement of results in the recruitment process of health care workers last year in the district.

ADMARC Owe Grain Traders MK3BN

Some members of the Indigenous Grain Traders Association camped on Capitol Hill to force ministry of Agriculture to pay them for grain supplied to ADMARC in November-December last year.

COVID-19 Threatens HR at Mulanje DHO

 

Mulanje District Health Office says continued attack of health workers by COVID-19 is posing a threat to the sector’s human resources department.

DODMA Worried with Increasing Lightning Caused Deaths

The Department of Disaster and Management Affairs (DODMA) has expressed worry with increasing number of lightning caused deaths as death toll due reaches 42 out of the 48 disaster related deaths this rainy season alone.

79-Year-Old Widow Dragged to Court Over Land

Emilida Chapendeka, 79, in 2014 agreed with his husband Slick Chapendeka (now deceased) to sell part of their land in Sosola village in Balaka district to meet some of their needs.

Mob Assaults Man to Death in Nsanje

An angry mob in Nsanje has assaulted a 45-year-old man to death on allegation that he battered his wife and his two step children.

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