The Media Council of Malawi (MCM) has expressed concern that the Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) is failing to spearhead and popularise the Access to Information (ATI) Act since it had a zero budget allocation in the current fiscal year.
Malawi Network of Religious Leaders Living with or Personally Affected by HIV and AIDS (MANERELA+) says consistent engagement and honest discussions concerning misunderstandings over the tabling of termination of pregnancy bill in parliament can assist to address the rising unsafe abortion cases in most parts of Malawi.
The Malawi Union of Savings and Credit Cooperatives (MUSCCO) Chapter One on Saturday handed over four toilets each at Sikoya and Mikoko primary schools in Mulanje district.
Commissioner of Police responsible for South Eastern Region Chikondi Chingadza says the region is a conduit of human trafficking as six of its seven stations are within the border with Mozambique.
Sherrifs acting on behalf of Thyolo Active Youth Organisation (TAYO) have this Friday morning impounded the Thyolo District Council vehicle MG 166 AG for failure to pay a K32 million compensation in full as ordered by the High Court two weeks ago.
The Ministry of Tourism and Culture says it is now ready to engage the Bineth Trust in a roundtable discussion regarding the take over care of late Bingu wa Mutharika's Mpumulo wa Bata Mausoleum in Thyolo as ordered by President Lazarus Chakwera early this year.
Financial constraints have forced the Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) to discontinue the planned virtual hearing of the alleged Kalibu Academy corporal punishment and sexual abuse; now analysing the statements.
Thyolo District Council has issued movement restrictions of cattle from Nsanje and Chikwawa districts to avoid moving the Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) from the lower shire to the district.
Some diabetes and hypertension patients in Phalombe have appealed to health authorities in the district to consider starting administration of some medications at health centre level for easy accessibility among the patients.
The Principal Secretary of E-government in the Ministry of Information and Digitalisation Francis Bisika has said several interventions are being put in place by the government to reach over 80 percent of Malawians with cheaper and reliable Internet by 2023.
Limbe Police Station has become the first in the country to install CCTV (closed-circuit television) cameras in Limbe to track criminal activity in the township.
A fresh appeal has gone out to the police officers and the community members to prioritize dialogue in sorting out their differences as opposed to resorting to violence where police station infrastructure is damaged and, in some instances, life lost.