The Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services says it has so far offered 30 dual citizenship certificates to Malawians in diaspora since start of the exercise in January this year.
Stakeholders in the health sector have called on government to put in place strict measures that will ensure all public hospitals adhere to lay down rules and regulations when buying medical supplies from private pharmaceuticals.
Malawi government through the Ministry of Labour has received a proposal from Celestial City that will see more youths in the country be trained and eventually be employed.
Barely few days after Luchenza Police in Thyolo arrested three people in connection to theft of railway materials along Limbe-Sandama railway line which is under rehabilitation, today two other suspects have also been nabbed over the same.
Network for Youth Development (NfYD) has challenged chiefs in Mulanje to review their traditions that are fueling child marriages in the district.
The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has been accused of barring Malawi Congress Party (MCP) leadership in Thyolo to speak during funerals, on the basis it does not support and has no leadership representation in the district.
A Land ownership wrangle of Mgodi estate area has erupted between local chiefs and district council authorities in Machinga as the chiefs allege that the authorities are illegally selling plots around the estate which was given to the communities by government.
Fredokiss, real name Penjani Kaluwa, has disclosed his ambition to train 10, 000 young people in blockchain and technology in a drive to create jobs for them.
Thyolo District Council says it is banking hope on 10 percent of the increased Constituency Development Fund (CDF) to bail out needy students who are at the verge of dropping out due to school fees.
Evidence Action has initiated a three-year project in Neno district where it is installing chlorine dispensers in all water sources to minimize waterborne diseases.
Rotary International Governor for District 9210, Victor Mensah, from Zambia, has called on Rotarians not to relax but to do more in being change makers and deliver impact to communities.