I served Malawi well-General Vincent Nundwe

Out-going Malawi Defense Force Commander, General Vincent Nundwe, says he leaves office proud that in the few months he has been at the helm of the army, no citizen was shot on the streets at a time demonstrations were the order of the day.

Mutharika Rebuffs Parliament

President Peter Mutharika has refused to accept recommendations made by parliament on the amended electoral reform bills and firing of the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) commissioners.

Ministry Backs Non-Remittance of GRs

The Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security has backed Plant Protection Officer at Muloza border post in Mulanje for failing to issue general receipts (GRs) for In-Transit permits to cross border traders in perishable produce, saying by law, the officer is not mandated to have the GRs.

TEVETA Bemoans Existent Gaps in Tourism Sector

TEVETA says there is a gap in the measurement of productivity in the tourism sector in Malawi which affects profits and change the sector could bring to the economy.

Jenda and Embangweni ‘Blood Sucker’ Violence: Property Destroyed

Property has been vandalized and destroyed around Jenda and Embangweni Trade Centres by angry members of the communities who allege that some people are in the area ‘sucking blood’ of citizens through magic for reasons bordering on myths.

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 guild of the action.

COSAFA Postpone Under-17 Women Championship- COVID-19

The Council of Southern African Football Associations-COSAFA has announced the postponement of this year’s COSAFA Under-17 Women Championship which was scheduled to take place in Mauritius from April 17th to 26th.

Banana Bunchy Top Outbreak Raging in Malawi

Malawi is still grappling with banana bunchy top, a viral disease that has attacks bananas for close to three years now with solutions nowhere in sight.

Malawi To Quarantine People Travelling from 22 Countries

The list of countries whose travelers will need to undergo 14 days quarantine on arrival in Malawi in the wake of the Corona Virus outbreak has now shot to 22 from 19.

MHRC Demands Professional Police Conduct

New chairperson of the Malawi Human Rights Commission, Reverend Patrick Semphere, says the Malawi Police Service has to walk the talk with regards to defending the laws and rights of citizens by being professional and independent.

MEC Commissioner Nkosi Yet to Step Down After Pledge

Commissioner Mary Nkosi of the Malawi Electoral Commission MEC is yet to step down from her position despite a public pledge to do so before the Public Appointments Committee, PAC of parliament.

Chief Justice Yet to Give Practice Nod to Hired MEC Lawyers

Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda has yet to grant permission to South African lawyers who are in the country at the invitation of the Malawi Electoral Commission-MEC- to represent it in the appeal against the Presidential election case.

Five Robert Blake Secondary School Students Arrested in Dowa Fracas

On Monday, learners from Robert Blake Secondary school went to Dowa 1 Primary School where they allegedly wanted to damage the school.

Peter Banda Commits Future to NBB

Flames starlet Peter Banda has expressed excitement to stay with TNM Super League champions, Nyasa Big Bullets after signing a three-year permanent deal.

Malawi to Quarantine Travelers

Malawi has named 19 countries whose travelers will be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival in the country in the wake of the Coronavirus.

MHRC Calls For Police Professional Conduct

The Malawi human rights commission has called upon the Malawi police service to be professional and independent.

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