MBC Entertainers of the Year Awards Return After 18-Year Hiatus

The highly anticipated 2023 Entertainers of the Year Awards is making a grand return on December 30 after an 18-year break. The event, dedicated to celebrating creativity, artistry, and innovation in the entertainment sector, is set to recognize outstanding individuals across various fields.

SAA Suspends Flights to Malawi

South African Airways (SAA) says it will suspend flights between Malawi and South Africa due to what its chief executive, John Lamola, attributes to the ongoing economic challenges in Malawi.

Archbishop Tambala Preaches New Model of Education

The Catholic Church in the country is calling for the adoption of a new model of providing education as demand for space, materials and structures keep rising every year.

MWICA Seeks Partners to Improve Agriculture Education

The management of Mwimba College of Agriculture (MWICA) has called on stakeholders in the agriculture sector to partner with the college in improving its infrastructure and teaching capacity.

NBS Extends 'Saving Always Wins’ competition

NBS Bank has expressed some happiness that despite the current economic challenges, many citizens are still demonstrating a culture of saving money.

MRA Hails ICCAFA for Facilitating Legal Trade

The Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) says it is contented with the vibrant growth of the Indigenous Customs Clearing and Forwarding Agents in Malawi, which is facilitating legal trade and collecting correct amounts of Government revenue.

Graft Whistleblowers Demand Protection

Nsanje corruption whistleblowers have demanded protection from law enforcers claiming they stopped reporting corruption cases for fear of retaliation.

OXFAM, CEPA Preach Sustainable Energy

OXFAM and the Centre for Environmental Policy and Advocacy (CEPA) have encouraged people in the country to adopt sustainable cooking technologies as a way of conserving the environment.

Foundation Constructs Concrete Desks at Mulanje Mission Primary School

A family NGO in Mulanje, the Pangani Foundation on Friday officially handed over about twenty concrete desks it has constructed at Mulanje Mission Primary School.

POP Withdraws 3000 Girls from Child Marriages in Mulanje

Close to 3000 girls in Mulanje have been withdrawn from child marriages and sent back to school under the Girls Get Equal project which the Point of Progress (POP) is implementing in the district.

Pacific Limited Rehabilitates 7, 000 in 8 Years

The Pacific Limited is this month celebrating eight years of a success implementation of its free borehole rehabilitation project launched in 2015 as part of its corporate social responsibility.

FOGEAHN Donates to Learners in Neno

Foundation of Girls Education and Health Network (FOGEAHN), a local Non-governmental organization working in Neno district, has today, Thursday, donated school bags, exercise books and other learning materials to over 70 learners at Nanzanga primary school.

MWASIP Disburses K170 Million to 4 Neno CMCs

The Malawi Watershed Services Improvement Program (Mwasip) has on Thursday disbursed a K170 million grant to four Neno district Catchment Management Committees as a token of appreciation for their environmental management efforts.

Malawi Gets ECF as Chakwera Outlines Austerities

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved the $174 million Extended Credit Facility (ECF) to run for the next four years, president Lazarus Chakwera has announced.

Devaluation Should Not Disrupt Calendar - ISAMA Pleads with Schools

The Independent Schools Association of Malawi (ISAMA) has asked private owned schools not to compromise the recommended school calendar because of the devaluation of the local currency.

No Human Mercy on Environment

Human harmful activities on the environment have contributed to the degraded of over 800 hectares of land in Mangochi district, mainly customary in the past 5 years, authorities have said.

Go to top
JSN Time 2 is designed by JoomlaShine.com | powered by JSN Sun Framework