DoDMA Alert Ahead of Imminent Disasters This Rainy Season

The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) says it is on high alert ahead of imminent disasters such as flooding this rainy season.

MET Predicts Good Rains

The Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services has forecasted high chance of good rainfall in many parts of the country this year’s season.

Typhoid Vaccine 84 % Effective – Study

Study by the Malawi Liverpool Wellcome Programme has found that a single dose of typhoid conjugate vaccine (TCV), the only typhoid vaccine licensed for children as young as 6 months, is safe and 84 percent effective.

5 Win in Wenela Puma Fill Up and Win Promotion

Five people have won various prizes in the Wenela Fill Up and Win Promotion second draw held on Thursday at Wenela Puma Filling Station in Blantyre.

LGBTI Community Decry Chakwera's Silence on Same Sex Marriages

President Dr. Lazarus Chakwera is still skeptical to make a pronouncement on his stand regarding same-sex marriages amid growing concerns from the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community who claim his silence is putting their lives at risk.

Court Jails Four for Possessing Indian Hemp

A Magistrate’s Court in Mangochi on Wednesday, September 15, 2021, sentenced four men to 5-years imprisonment each and forfeited a Toyota Sienta vehicle they used to illegally ferry Indian hemp.

ICAM Set to Address Economic Challenges at Lake Conference

Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAM) says networking different delegates together in finding solution to the economy and business challenges the country is facing will ensure improve business and develop economy of the country.

9 Police Officers Interdicted for “Mishandling” Murder Case

The Malawi Police Service Administration has interdicted nine police officers for professional misconduct in the manner they handled the reported missing and death of a 20-year-old person with albinism Ian Muhamba in Blantyre last month.

EAM Donates Solar Water Pumps to Nkhotakota Farmers

Farmers from two Farmer Field Schools (FFSs) in Nkhotakota were all smiles on Wednesday when the Evangelical Association of Malawi (EAM) donated solar water pumps to help them irrigate their crops during winter cropping.

Nasolo River Can’t Breathe

It is a Thursday morning, around 10 O’clock, and I have met this woman, Agness Mzumara. She is washing in a plastic bottle and waste infested Nasolo river in Ndirande township.

Women Councilors Plead For Support

Women councilors in Salima have reiterated calls for 50-50 campaigners to support them in their different development interventions so that they can retain their seats while coaxing others to contest in the next general elections.

HIV New Infections Drop by 13,000 in 2 Yrs

Malawi has recorded remarkable strides in responding to HIV and Aids with the latest statistics indicating the country has reduced new infections from 32, 000 in 2019 to 19,000 in 2021.

CDEDI Takes Govt to Task on COVID19

The Centre for Democracy and Economic Development Initiative (CDEDI) Executive Director Sylvester has accused the government of hypocrisy for not easing COVID – 19 restrictions in the hospitality and tourism sector.

Min of Education Close Unregistered Private School in Ntcheu

At least 50 students expected to sit for this year's Junior Certificate of Education (JCE) and Malawi School Certificate of Education examinations at Favour Private Secondary School in Ntcheu are helpless and stranded following the closure of the institution by the Ministry of Education.

Bangwe Weaving Factory Workers Down Tools

Workers at Malawi Council for the Handicapped (MACOHA) have embarked on an open-ended strike in an attempt to force management to increase their wages.

Wonders of Dialogue Meetings in Neno

It’s about two hours to sunset on Tuesday at Hiwa village, Group Village Headman Chidakwani, Traditional Authority Chekucheku in Neno district.

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