Increasing Defilement Cases Worry Mulanje Officials

The District Social Welfare Office in Mulanje says it will leave no one behind in the fight against child abuse in Mulanje amid a surge in cases of defilement in the district.

Media Mourn James Chimpweya

The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Malawi Chapter says is deeply saddened with the “untimely and shocking death” of James Chimpweya.

FPAM Engages Traditional Leaders on Family Planning

Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM) has engaged traditional leaders in Chikwawa district to popularize family planning in the district.

Theft of Materials Worries Contractor

A Contractor in the construction works of the canal under the Shire Valley Transformation Program has complained of massive theft of construction materials by some workers and surrounding communities in Chikwawa district.

Veteran Journalist Chimphweya Dies

A veteran photo Journalist James Chimphweya has died.

Immigration DG Cautions Officers on Corruption

Newly appointed Director General of the Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services, Hennings Mlotha, has called on immigration officers to avoid corruption in their line of duty.

Police Urged to Detach Themselves from Politicians

Political interference was noted during a Wednesday post elections review meeting held in Mulanje by police in south eastern region as a contributing factor to loss of trust by the public on police.

Neno Mother Gives Birth to Triplets

A 40 year old mother in Neno district has given birth to triplets at Neno district hospital and is looking for assistance as she says she can't manage to take care of them all as her husband is also in hospital with an amputated leg following a road accident in Mwanza.

UN Tells Malawi to work with LGBTIs

The United Nations has asked Malawi to embrace key populations like gays and lesbians in an attempt of achieving zero reduction rate of new HIV infections in the country.

What Will Happen in The League Over The Weekend?

As the TNM Super League is set for a return this weekend on Saturday and Sunday across the country, here is the full guide of action.

Malawi Under 17 Thrashed in SA, AYC Qualification in Limbo

The Malawi Under-17 National Football Team’s chances of getting a 2021 CAF Under-17 Cup of Nations qualification slot, have been dealt a blow after they were thumped 6-2 by Zambia in a COSAFA Youth Championship match in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

Msukwa, Abida Say Land Registration Vital

There is hope that the land of poor people will be protected from grabbing as government finally rolls out the registration of landholder ownership exercise in Chikwawa district.

LL City Council Takes a Tough Stand on Open Space Cultivation

The Lilongwe City Council has said it will take stringent measures to deal with people that cultivate in open spaces, road reserves, and undeveloped plots.

Villagers Storm DC Office Demanding Removal of Sub T/A Masache

Some angry People have stormed the District council's office in Chikwawa to push the DC to replace Sub T/A Masache.

Dowa Tobacco Farmers Making Huge Profits from Diversified Crop Production

Moses Phiri is a tobacco grower in Madisi Extension Planning Area in Dowa who, for the first time this year, supplemented tobacco with production of maize and vegetables.

CSOs Bemoan Plight of Children in Mzimba

Civil Society Organizations in Mzimba have faulted government for low funding to offices that champion the interests of children saying this is hampering their work towards child protection.

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