Mighty Be Forward Wanderers Fc says it will embark on a search for a new sponsor following news that current sponsors Be-Forward have notified the club on its stand to stop sponsoring them if covid19 continues to surge.
The court in Mulanje on Tuesday afternoon released on bail two DPP supporters who were arrested on Monday on allegations that they assaulted Tonse Alliance monitors during registration of voters for the Fresh Registration Elections in Mulanje.
The Lower shire Rise Up Organization has suggested to government to introduce temporary village lessons where teachers can be providing lessons while following COVID 19 prevention measures.
The Catholic Health Commission in Malawi, CADECOM, in Chikwawa diocese has complained that many people are not adhering to COVID 19 preventive measures despite calls from government and non-state actors to do so.
The Chief Resident Magistrate court in Mzuzu has adjourned to a later date hearing of an electoral related case in which Penjani Fredokiss Kalua and others are suspected to have committed electoral related offences during the June 23, 2020 Fresh Presidential Election.
The opposition Democratic Progressive Party DPP has refuted claims by President Dr Lazarus Chakwera that the previous regime might have plundered about 1.3 trillion kwacha of public resources.
Ministry of Industry has tipped cooperatives and Saccos in the country to devise measures that would maintain and cushion their membership in the face of COVID 19 which they say will soon become an economic problem other than just a health issue.
The Malawi Electoral Commission has said its plans to conduct by-elections in some constituencies depend on determination by the Ministry of Health on the spread of Covid-19.
Two Malawi Revenue Authority officers at Songwe Border post in Karonga are back to work from self isolation after coming in contact with some COVID-19 suspected cases.
The Ministry of Energy has indicated that government will turn all alternatives to add more megawatts to the national grid a reality in order to surpass the 2025 target of 30 percent of Malawians having an access to electricity.