Woman Loses Lip over K500 Debt

33 year old woman is lying in agony at Malamulo hospital in Thyolo after her friend bit and removed completely her lower lip over K500 debt.

Government Rolls Out AGYW Strategy

Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) championed by the Ministry of Youth and Sports has been implemented for years without any strategy up until 2018 when government adopted the AGYW blue print.

CSOs Decry "Persecution" of Bushiri in SA, Asks Gvt to Intervene

Some concerned citizens under the banner "Justice for Bushiri" Movement are asking government to intervene in bringing back home Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary, who are in police custody in South Africa on charges of fraud and money laundering.

Kaizer Chiefs Handed Transfer Ban After Losing CAS Appeal

South African club Kaizer Chiefs have been banned from signing players for the next two transfer windows.

Inadequate Resources Choke Mulanje Council Operations

Mulanje district council has not been spared with accusations of negligence when it comes to maintenance of its vehicles.

Kaliati Threatens to Name DPP Sellouts

A senior member in Tonse Alliance Government Patricia Kaliati has threatened to reveal and shame senior members of the opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) who plotted arrest of fellow DPP members if they continue accusing government of arresting only opposition members.

BT Police Construction to Complete in 2022

Minister of Homeland Security, Richard Chimwendo Banda, says is determined that construction of Blantyre Police Building will beat deadline.

Girls in Chikwawa Flock to Mozambique

Pressured by chiefs’ strong stance against early marriages, girls in Ngabu area in Chikwawa are reported crossing the border to Mozambique to do sexual activities.

PIC Trains Young Manufacturers

Project Innovation Centre (PIC) has embarked on a programme to train young entrepreneurs in manufacturing industry.

7, Arrested For Alleged Motor Vehicles Robbery

Central Region Police through Anti Motor Vehicle Theft Unit in Lilongwe have arrested seven suspects for hijacking motor vehicles from tax drivers who were operating in some parts of the region.

Squash-Over 40 Players Register For Lilongwe Open

The first tournament of squash since sports was suspended in March this year due to COVID19 situation is scheduled to take place over this weekend in Lilongwe.

Royal Institute of International Affairs Awards ConCourt Judges

The Royal Institute of International Affairs has awarded five Malawi judges who tried the Presidential election case for upholding independence of the judiciary in their historic ruling of February this year.

Malawi’s Constitution Doesn’t Back Sexual Minorities-Report

Advocates have in a report, punched holes in Malawi’s Constitution noting that there are no provisions that fully protects right of sexual minorities like Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, and Transgender- LGBTs.

Malawi Ready For Another Wave of COVID-19

In a bid to contain another wave of Covid-19 pandemic in Malawi, Government has ordered that all indoor gatherings must be half the capacity.

NGO Intensifies Efforts to End Early Marriages, Pregnancies

Good Health Organisation has intensified its efforts to wipe out early pregnancies and marriages by among other things, drilling various community structures, including the youth, on sexual and reproductive rights and child protection in Kasungu District.

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