Chief Makhwira Laid to Rest

Senior Chief Makhwira of Chikwawa district has been laid to rest at a ceremony where minister of local government urged royal families to stop overburdening the courts with chieftaincy wrangle cases.

Communities Ask for Dyke Rehabilitation in PE

Communities living in some flood prone areas in Phalombe have asked government to rehabilitate a dyke along the Phalombe River to curb persistent swelling of the river yearly.

Bishop Musikuwa Asks Government, Donors to Address Drug Shortages

The Catholic Bishop in Chikwawa diocese has asked government and donors to address challenges of lack of drugs and essential medical equipment in public health facilities in order to improve health service delivery.

Bricklayers, Carpenters Contributing to Deforestation

The newly established Malawi Institute of Construction Technicians (MICT) says the construction industry is also contributing to deforestation.

IFAD Tips Social Cash Transfer Beneficiaries to Invest In Income Generating Activities

An International Agricultural funder-International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) has tipped beneficiaries of Social Cash Transfer to invest the little they are receiving in income generating activities.

Cargo Scanner Maximizes Revenue Collection at Songwe Border

The introduction of a cargo scanner at Songwe Border in Karonga has tremendously aided increase of monthly revenues collected by the Malawi Revenue Authority as part of tax modernisation drive.

Mwase Name 31 Member Squad: NBB & Wanderers Dominate

Malawi National team the Flames coach Meck Mwase has named a 31 member squad of local based players to go into camp on Monday to prepare for the back to back 2021 AFCON qualifying matches against Burkina Faso slated for 26th and 30th March respectively.

African Cattle Ranch under Fire

A cattle company, African Cattle Ranch, has come under fire in Chikwawa for failing to pay livestock farmers and vendors who sold their cattle on credit at the company due to unavailability of reliable markets.

Drug Shortage Hits Thyolo District Hospital

Amid reports of shortage of essential medical drugs in public health facilities, Thyolo District Hospital is reported to have run out of antibiotics.

Defilement Cases Still High in Mangochi

Defilement cases in Mangochi district are showing no signs of averting as the district has already registered 11 cases this year alone, up from 9 in the same period last year, according to police.

Govt Scrutinizing Option to Pay Carbon Tax

Government says is assessing a suggestion to have its cars stripped off the newly introduced carbon tax exemption.

16 Malawians Deported From Zimbabwe

Barely a week after Mozambique sent back 23 Malawians for lacking proper travelling document and using unchartered routes, Zimbabwe on Wednesday sent 16 others on the same.

Parliament Sets 19 May as Date For Fresh Presidential Poll

Parliament systematically avoided contempt of court on Monday afternoon by amending the Electoral Commission Act and the Parliamentary and Presidential Elections Act (PPEA) which the Constitutional Court ordered in its judgment of the Presidential election petition.

Approve Electoral Bills in 7 Days-HRDC Tells APM

The Human Rights Defenders Coalition has given President Peter Mutharika a seven-day ultimatum to assent to the amended Parliamentary and Presidential Elections Act (PPEA) and Electoral Commission Act, threatening to mobilize 5 million Malawians to hold vigils at State House if this does not happen.

45 Year Old Man Drowns in Mangochi

A 45 year old man has died after drowning in Lungwena river in Mangochi district on Tuesday.

UEFA Experts to Drill Mwase

Football Association of Malawi says the Malawi national team coach Meck Mwase will from next month undergo a two week long training in Netherlands at a top flight outfit FC Utrecht aimed at enhancing the flames mentor’s technical abilities.

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