The body of Vice President of Malawi Congress Party (MCP) Mohammad Sidik Mia has been laid to rest with a call to government to fulfil all development projects which late Mia lined up to be implemented in the Lower Shire.
Former president, Professor Peter Mutharika, says is saddened with death of two cabinet ministers, Sidik Mia and Lingson Belekanyama, who died today Monday of COVID-19.
Epidemiologist at College of Medicine, Dr. Titus Divala, says calling the new version of COVID-19 “second wave” is undermining the disease, saying what the country is experiencing now is a fresh epidemic altogether.
People of Traditional Authority Nkula in Machinga Likwenu constituency have joined efforts to address issues of climate change that have left five of their bridges washed away among other consequences.
Minister of Homeland Security, Richard Chimwendo Banda, has called for patience as Independent Police Commission and Malawi Human Rights Commission investigate shooting of a Polytechnic student, Blessings Nyondo.
It was all smiles in Kachigubu Village in TA Kalumo in Ntchisi on Friday when a blind woman, Christina Tchesa officially received a house from a well-wisher, Martha Mahewo, who plies her Victory Hardware business at Mponela in Dowa.
Member of Parliament for Neno South Constituency, Mark Katsonga Phiri, has urged men who have children with physical disability to take full responsibility over them.
Network for Youth Development (NfYD) on Friday donated 60 bottles of the lotion to Muloza Health Centre in Mulanje district.