Mzuzu Diocese Implores TONSE Admnistration to Employ New COVID-19 Preventive Techniques

Mzuzu Diocese has implored the new Government to employ a new approach in dealing with the COVID 19 pandemic as currently most peoples livelihoods have been affected.

Malawi Red Cross Society Pumps in K108m Towards Covid-19 Isolation Centers

As the country continues to register Covid19 case the Malawi Red Cross Society has embarked on a K108 million project to rehabilitate buildings designated as isolation treatment centers in Mzimba and Mangochi district.

Chakwera, Chilima Still Scrutinizing Cabinet List

President Lazarus Chakwera has asked Malawians to remain patient while the Tonse administration works around forming its new cabinet, as days have passed after his inauguration.

Cotton Farmers Cry Foul

Cotton farmers in the country have described this year as a tough one largely marred by lack of reliable markets to sell the farm produce.

Timothy Mtambo Says Prosecuting DPP Leaders Not Persecution

Citizen for Transformation, flamboyant leader, Timothy Mtambo, says he expects the new government administration in Malawi to prosecute all those who were involved in wrong doing such as corruption in the immediate-past administration.

ADB Predicts 3% Post Covid-19 Africa Economic Growth in 2021

The African Development Bank has implored on governments and development partners to respond in a more coordinated, targeted, and rapid manner to be effective in limiting Covid-19 impact.

Allan Ngumuya Warns: ‘Covid-19 is Real, I have Tested Positive’

Gospel music artist-cum-politician, Allan Ngumuya, has been admitted to Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre where he is being treated for Covid-19.

Acting Vice President- Agriculture, Human and Social Development

ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast, July 6, 2020/ -- The African Development Bank Group ( is pleased to announce the appointment of Wambui Gichuri as Acting Vice President- Agriculture, Human and Social Development, effective 5 July 2020.

Yutong Provides Support in Pandemic Prevention for Africa Public Transport

ACCRA, Ghana, July 7, 2020/ -- China Yutong Bus (, one of the world’s major bus and coach suppliers, has donated more than 1.2 million medical masks to Ghana, Nigeria, Algeria, Egypt, Cote d'Ivoire, Ethiopia, Sudan, Angola and other African countries and shared the experience of public transport pandemic prevention in China.

African Energy Chamber Launches New Energy Jobs Portal, Pledges Local Content Boost

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, July 7, 2020/ -- In order to maximize the saving of local jobs and assist in the recovery of African energy markets after the Covid-19 crisis, the African Energy Chamber ( and its partners have launched a free-of-access jobs portal for trained and qualified African workforce.

Maduka Promoted as Celtic Head Coach

Flames legend, John Maduka, has been promoted as head coach of South Africa’s Bloemfontein Celtic.

ESCOM Employees Down Tools Over Unpaid Salary Arrears

The Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM) employees are staging a sit in in Blantyre over unpaid salary arrears.

Presidential Powers’ Reduction Overdue-Says Legal, Governance Expert

Legal and governance expert Justin Dzonzi says President Lazarus Chakwera’s commitment to reduce presidential powers is long overdue and prays responsible state agencies will facilitate this process with speed.

Ntcheu Registers Increase in Road Accidents, Crimes

Ntcheu, July 7, Mana: Ntcheu District has registered an increase in road accidents and general crimes as compared to the same period last year, a development which police have described as worrisome.

Min. of Education Trashes ISAMA's July 13 School Reopening

On 23rd, March this year, Government closed schools as a preventive measure for Coronavirus outbreak in the country.

Govt, Private Schools Tussle Over Date for Re-opening of Schools

On 23rd, March this year, government closed schools as a preventive measure for Corona virus outbreak in the country.

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