Malawi U20 Lose Against Zambia

Malawi Under 20 National Women's team on Tuesday afternoon narrowly lost 1-0 to Zambia in a friendly match at Sunset Stadium in Lusaka.

Silver Strikers Set 2020 Targets

Silver Strikers have set a clean sweep of silverwares as part of the targets for their new coach Dan Kabwe.

Hospital Attendant Cuffed for Assaulting Patient

Police in Neno have arrested a hospital attendant at Neno District Hospital for allegedly beating up an 80 year old patient admitted at the facility on Sunday for stepping on a wet floor.

Dr. Mpinganjira Back In The Cooler: Zomba Mid-Night Order Illegal-Judge

FDH Holdings Group board chairperson, Dr. Thomson Mpinganjira is back at Blantyre Police Station under the custody of the Anti-Corruption Bureau after High Court judge Dorothy Nyakaunda Kamanga today invalidated a mid-night Zomba magistrate court order quashing an arrest warrant by another magistrate in Lilongwe.

Msundwe, M'bwatalika Community And Police Meet To Mend Fences

People of Msundwe and surrounding areas have made a pact with the Malawi Police Service to end their differences, of course with a call for the police to be professional.

Presidential Election Case Judgment, February 3rd, 2020: High Court Says

Registrar of the High Court and Supreme Court of Appeal in Malawi, Agnes Patemba, has announced that ruling of the constitutional court judges trying the presidential election case shall be pronounced on Monday, February 3rd, 2020.

Tension Among Chewa and Ngonis In Dowa As Gulewamkulu Splits Feathers

A Chewa village and a Ngoni village are daggers drawn in Dowa district where the former is accusing the latter of abusing gulewamkulu, a Chewa traditional mask dance.

Lambanie Dube Back After Six-Year Break

It’s been six-years since Lambanie Dube called it quits singing.

Divisions in DPP: Experts Suggest Immediate Remedies

President Peter Mutharika has, yet again, been compelled to publicly remind his party officials and followers that he is in charge, a statement that has raised eyebrows at what could be going on.

T/A Chakhaza in Dowa Hit Hard With Maize Shortage

There are calls for help for people in the area of Traditional Authority Chakhaza in Dowa where a significant number of homes do not have access to maize for food.

Experts Call For Intervention On Drug Abuse Among Children in Malawi

A psychologist and a child rights activist have sounded an SoS over reports of increasing drug abuse among children.

Lilongwe Teachers’ Training College Students Protest Unpaid Allowances

Teacher trainees at Lilongwe Teachers’ Training College run amuck Monday morning when police fired teargas to disperse an otherwise peaceful assembly.

Angry Mzimba Residents Force Back Two Truck Loads of Admarc Maize

Angry communities and Civil Society members in Mzimba on Sunday blocked Admarc from transferring maize from their main depot in the district to other unknown destinations saying the district is also affected by the hunger situation.

Absence of DHO Causes Stir in Likoma District On Lake Malawi


For nearly three months now, Likoma district (comprising Likoma and Chisumulu islands on Lake Malawi) has operated without a District Health Officer in office.

Climate Change Effects Hit Balaka

Trees have wantonly been cut down in most parts of Balaka north.

Millions not accounted for in Tractor-gate

The auditor general’s investigative report on farm machinery procurement under the India Line of Credit has revealed that about K143 million had been collected but there is no evidence indicating that the proceeds were banked.

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