85 Students Withdraw from UNIMA and MUBAS

85 students have withdrawn from University of Malawi (UNIMA) and Malawi University of Business and Applied Sciences (MUBAS) for failing to pay tuition fees.

When Advocacy Triumphs Over GBV and Climate Change Challenges

When Lake Chilwa dried up in 2017 to an extent that fishermen could no longer ply their trade, families on the other hand started feeling the pinch.

Ntcheu-Tsangano-Neno-Mwanza Road Project Stalls for Three Months

For a period of three months now, construction works for the 9.6 Billion Kwacha the first phase of 21 kilometers Ntcheu-Tsangano-Neno-Mwanza road has stopped due to alleged delays in funding.

Ntcheu Road Accident Kills 2, Injures 4

Two people have been killed Thursday afternoon in a road accident in Ntcheu following a head-on collision involving two vehicles at Gwaza village on the M1 road in the district.

First Lady Launches "Life Story" Booklet

First lady Monica Chakwera has launched a life story booklet and video documentary courtesy of Plan Malawi. The book aims at drawing inspiration from her life story.

6 Defilement Suspects Roaming Freely Around Euthini in Mzimba

Officers at Euthini police unit in Mzimba have come under fire from the community for thwarting the fight against gender-based violence as they are failing to arrest defilement suspects while releasing others on dubious police bails.

Student, Tailor Win Millions in Bet Yanga

A tailor and a form four student are millionaires after winning in the Bet Yanga draw held in Blantyre on Tuesday.

NICO Pumps in K10 million Sponsorship for Highbrow Film

The NICO group says the blossoming of the film industry can assist the country achieve economic growth and create job opportunities to the youth.

Nsanje Girls Call for Action Amid Rampant Sexual Violence

Girls in Nsanje have taken duty bearers to task to address acts of gender based violence haunting them.

Tea Research Institution Calls for Adoption of Modern Farming Technologies

A tea research institution-Tea Research Foundation for Central Africa (TRFCA) has challenged tea growers to seriously adopt newly developed technologies as climate change continues affecting tea production.

Paramount Chiefs Call for Increased COVID Vaccine Awareness

Two prominent traditional leaders, Paramount Chief Lundu and Inkosi ya Makhosi Gomani V have implored the government to increase civic education tactics to motivate the majority rural poor to go for Covid 19 vaccination.

Rastafarians demand Arrest of guards Suspected to Have Assaulted their member in Mulanje

The Rastafarian Community demands arrest guards for Sayama Tea Estate Company suspected to have assaulted one of their own who eventually died while receiving treatment at Mulanje District Hospital on Saturday, 4th September, 2021.

Stakeholders Visit Nanchidwa Forest

Moved by worsening deforestation in Mulanje Mountain Forest Reserve, court, police and forestry officials on Friday visited Nanchidwa forest, the worst damaged site.

We Are Now Paying to Access Our Gardens - Malamya

Some communities living around Malawi border areas with Mozambique at Makanjira in Mangochi who claim that their land was declared foreign, after a border reaffirmation exercise, say now they have to paying to access their gardens on the other side.

NKK Council Challenge Leaders to Lead In Covid-19 Fight

The Nkhotakota District Council has challenged Traditional and Faith Leaders in the district to champion correct Covid-19 information dissemination that will inspire their subjects to get vaccinated and strictly adhere to the pandemic set preventive measures.

EU Hails Chakwera For Efforts In Curbing Corruption

The new European Union Ambassador Rune Skinnebach has commended president Lazarus Chakwera for his commitment to curb corruption in the country.

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