MCP Officials Sent Out of Council Meeting in Mulanje

There was drama at a full council meeting in Mulanje on Tuesday when Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) councilors and parliamentarians sent two Malawi Congress Party (MCP) officials out of the meeting, saying council meetings are not for political party representatives.

Dr. Matchaya Assigned to Head Nsanje

Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development has rescinded the transfer of District Commissioner Dr. Medson Matchaya to Thyolo and instead the ministry has sent him to Nsanje to replace Douglas Moffat who has now been transferred to Thyolo.

Usi Calls for Dialogue to End Encroachment

Government has proposed that there should be a realistic dialogue between wildlife officials and surrounding communities in order end hostilities in Lengwe National Park amid growing incidents of encroachment.

C.C.A.P General Assembly Defies New Covid-19 Gazzetted Rules

The C.C.A.P General Assembly has defied government order of limiting church gatherings to 10, following the gazetted rules which allow only 10 people at a public place.

More Malawians Return From RSA

Over 500 Malawians have arrived in the country from South Africa where they have fled harsh effects of COVID-19 orchestrated lockdown.

Chisale Seeks Court Protection from Further Arrests

Norman Chisale, the private bodyguard to ex-President Peter Mutharika is seeking court protection from further arrests after three consecutive arrests in under two weeks.

Christian Organisation for Orphans Trains 60 Orphaned Refugees on COVID-19 Prevention

Coordinator of A local organization at Dzaleka refugee camp in Dowa, Christian Organisation for orphans, William Iyango says empowering vulnerable refugees and orphans to be self-reliant in the camp is critical in ensuring that the refugees are not exposed to danger.

Prophets Defy COVID19 Preventive Measures, Vow to Continue Holding Prayers

The new preventive measures by the Presidential Taskforce on COVID 19 that include restricting gatherings of not more than 10 people have not gone down well with faith leaders who have unanimously asked for an immediate reversal of the regulations.

Plight of a Transgender with Albinism in Malawi

27-year-old Patuma Jazilii, has opened up to Zodiak Online on her two “special” conditions. She is a transgender with albinism.

MCP’s Mai Dinala Dies

Long serving executive member of the governing Malawi Congress Party (MCP), Rosby Dinala, has died.

Agora Shop Manager Arrested for Misappropriating K6.5 Million

Police in Mangochi have arrested a manager at Agora - Maldeco depot for stealing money amounting to 6.5 million Kwacha.

Nsanje Communities Call on ACB Ombudsman to Decentralize

People in Nsanje have tipped the National Planning Commission, (NPC) to incorporate plans to have operations of the Anti-Corruption Bureau, ACB and Ombudsman decentralized to district level.

MRCS Donates Bicycles to Promoters

As Covid19 pandemic still raise havoc among the vulnerable groups of people in the country, affecting their livelihoods, including meals, Malawi Red Cross Society (MRCS) has donated 70 bicycles to promoters worthy four million Malawi Kwacha in a drive to Scale Up Nutrition among the under five children.

Mandatory Face Mask Wearing Worries the Deaf

After government gazzetted mandatory wearing of face masks in public as one way of preventing further Covid 19 spread, the Malawi National Association of the Deaf (MANAD) has asked for consideration saying mask is becoming a communication barrier for the deaf community.

Miracle Boreholes that Feed Lives in Balaka

Balaka is one district in southern Malawi prone to food insecurity due to frequent dry spells, floods and erratic rainfall.

Ministry Recommends Schools Re-opening

Ministry of education has recommended to the Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19 that only schools that can demonstrate COVID-19 preventive measures can re-open.

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