The Technical Entrepreneurship and Vocational Training Authority (TEVETA) has launched the Public Private Sector Skills Development Forum (PPSSDF) in an attempt to promote skill development in the country.
The National Aids Commission (NAC) has warned that students in the Higher Learning Institutions in Blantyre city risk contracting HIV/AIDS as most of them opt for prostitution to meet their school needs.
Naminjiwa Community Technical College students in Phalombe have taken a swipe at authorities for delaying to release results of examination written in December 2018.
As Malawi today joins the rest of the world in commemorating world mental health day, it has been revealed that between 20-30% of patients who seek primary health care in the country’s health facilities tend to have depression.
Court in Salima on Monday convicted a man and sentenced him to five years Imprisonment with Hard Labour (IHL) on charges of breaking into a building and committed a felony during the ant-Jane Ansah demonstrations on 18 September, 2019 in the district.
The representatives of the Government of Japan and the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco have agreed in principle on the tax convention between Japan and the Kingdom of Morocco.
In a bid to bring legal services closer to people, the Malawi Legal Aid Bureau says is almost ready to open five additional offices in some districts across the country.
The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Malawi has obtained a court injunction restraining the Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) from implementing a ban on phone-in programmes until a judicial review of the decision is undertaken.