2 Arrested in Catholic Sisters’ Convent Robbery

Eastern Region Police have arrested two Mozambicans and four Malawians in connection to spate of armed robberies in the region.

Parliament Passes MK100, 000 Tax-free Band

Parliament has on Monday afternoon passed the Taxation Amendment Bill which seeks to set 100 000 Kwacha as the tax-free band from the current K45, 000.

CSO's Calls on Chakwera to Condemn Kumbali Arson

Land disputes between the proprietor of Kumbali lodge and neighboring communities have resulted into the loss of property worth millions of kwacha, belonging to the lodge.

Toilet Woes Hit Mulanje Schools

An outbreak of waterborne diseases is looming in some primary schools in Mulanje district with statistics indicating learners-toilet ratio is at 105:1.

Law and Order Must Prevail in Malawi - Pickering

Unknown people set ablaze part of Kumbali Lodge in Lilongwe's Area 44 in the early hours of Sunday.

The arsonists are suspected to be encroachers, according to the Director of the property Guy Pickering.

DPP Unveils Candidate for Karonga Central Constituency

Opposition Democratic Progressive Party- DPP has unveiled Ernest Mwalughali as it's candidate in the forthcoming polls, with just less than a month to the November 10 by-elections.

Political Temperature Rises at Makhuwira South

The Malawi Congress Party (MCP) has accused its opponents of perpetrating violence in the run up to November 10 by-elections at Makhuwira South Ward in Chikwawa district.

Catholic Youth Urged to Support the Needy

Young working Catholics have been urged to help financially families that are despair because of COVID-19.

Commentator Lambasts Political Defectors  

Political commentator has expressed concern over the growing tendency of politicians in the country of moving from one party to the other instead of being genuine potential tools of development.

ZBS Journalist Scoops MERCK Foundation Award

A Zodiak Broadcasting Station Journalist Aunyango Nkhoma has emerged second in the Stay at Home Media Recognition Awards for African Countries in the Radio Category.

FAO Donates Motorcycles to Mulanje District Council

The Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) through AFIKEPO and KULIMA programs has donated 27 motorcycles to Mulanje district council.

UTM Youth Take Mothers' Day to Mangochi DHO

The Kuwala Youth Network, a youth wing of the UTM party in the eastern region, cheered the sick on at Mangochi District Hospital Thursday as part of mother’s day commemoration.

Wandale Optimistic of Victory in Fight for Land

The Thyolo-Mulanje based Peoples Land Organization (PLO) says the battle to claim land from Tea Estate Companies in the two districts and distribute it to the landless is still on.

When Marriage Systems Pollute Women’s Land

Land is one of treasures Malawians can boast about. Oxfam reports that “out of Malawi’s 9.8 million ha of land, only 5.3 million ha is considered suitable for cultivation. Of this, smallholder farmers have access to approximately 1.8 million ha of land while the rest is under estate farming.

Love Lands Man in Police Cell

Police in Chileka in Blantyre are keeping in custody Kondile Nedi 22, for unlawfully wounding Gladys Mbewe 27 after she had rejected his love proposal at Kuntaja village.

ATI Vital to Track Public Resources

Non state actors in Lower Shire have indicated that the availability of Access to Information (ATI) Act provides a huge platform for citizens to take to task duty bearers on the utilization of public resources in order to achieve sustainable development.

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