Malawi Records 6 New COVID-19 Cases

A number of people tested COVID-19 positive in Malawi has risen from 17 to 23 after six new cases were confirmed in capital Lilongwe on Wednesday.

Former FAM Veep Msambira Dies

Former Football Association of Malawi- FAM vice president Steve Msambira has died.

Special Cabinet Committee on Covid-19 Under Fire

The Malawi Law Society says the Special Cabinet Committee on Coronavirus has no constitutional mandate to manage the disaster as the constitution entrusts the responsibility with the ministry of disaster preparedness and relief which has the structures in place for implementation.

US Embassy Set To Repatriate Citizens

The US Embassy in Malawi is set to start repatriating its citizens back home, due to the COVID-19 global outbreak which has not spared Malawi.

MZUNI Embarks on Production of Hand Sanitizers-COVID19

Mzuzu University has embarked on production of hand sanitizers which it is currently distributing to vulnerable groups and front line workers in Mzuzu as part of its response to the fight COVID-19 pandemic.

Bt Synod Denies Pocketing K70 million

The Blantyre synod of the CCAP has refuted social media allegations that it has received K70 million to back the lockdown government planned to implement.

Robbers Kill Two Guards in Mangochi

Unknown suspected criminals in Mangochi have killed two security guards and went away with some properties worthy K3.5 million kwacha.

Luchenza Municipality Mayor Hits at Government for Delayed Funding Towards COVID-19 Response

Mayor for Luchenza Municipality, Councilor Henderson Supuni, has accused government of delayed funding to fight the spread of coronavirus in the municipality.

Patients Sound SOS Amid Sit-In Strike

Patients in the country have sounded SOS calling for intervention from government, amid a sit-in strike by medical practitioners in most public health facilities across the country.

CAHESH Closes Information Gap on COVID19 to Visually Impaired People

There is hope that over 18,000 visually impaired people in Chikwawa are going to access COVID19 information, thanks to Campaign for Health Education, Sanitation and Hygiene (CAHESH) for launching the health education through braille program.

An Initiative to Strengthen Africa’s Data Ecosystems on COVID-19 Launched

The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa and the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data have launched an initiative to strengthen Africa’s data ecosystems in the face of COVID-19.

UNIMA in a 21 Day Lockdown

The University of Malawi (UNIMA) has effected a 21 day lockdown in an effort to protect its staff from the Corona virus.

CoolPro Entertainment Sings Unity against COVID-19

CoolPro Entertainment’s CoolPro Empresses have joined a bandwagon of artists fighting the COVID-19 by releasing a track called COVID-19.


About 80 percent of work at a referral Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) is down following a sit in by health workers that has entered week three now.

COVID-19 Reports Scaring Health Workers

Director of Health and Social Services in Thyolo district, Dr. Arnold Jumbe, says reports that 10% of COVID-19 deaths involve health workers have instilled fear among health workers in the district.

Govt Hails Sugar & Mango Companies for Creating Jobs

Government has hailed Salima Sugar Company under the Green Belt Authority for creating job opportunities among locals and raising competition on the market.

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