Girl Dies After Being Hit By a Car

A 7-year-old girl has died in Mangochi after being hit by a speeding car at Likala trading center in the district.

CICOD Bails Out Female Headed Families in Chikwawa

About 502 children from female Headed families in Chikwawa stand to benefit from the 32 million kwacha development activities being spearheaded by Circle for integrated community Development, CICOD.

Stolen Eucharist Memes Sadden Bishop

Mangochi Diocese Roman Catholic Bishop Montfort Stima says it is sad that people are making jokes over stolen Christ in Eucharist at Kankao parish convent of the Poveirelle sisters in Balaka last week.

Area-18 Water Contamination Victims Triumph!

The High Court in Lilongwe has ordered the Lilongwe City Council and Malawi Housing Corporation to pay in liabilities the Area 18 Water Contamination victims.

Analyst Doubts DPP & UDF Success in Nov 10 By-Elections

Chancellor College-based political analyst Ernest Thindwa said inactiveness of two opposition parties Democratic Progressive (DPP) and United Democratic Front (UDF) towards November 10 by-elections is not surprising as the two parties are no longer popular among electorates.

Absence of Tonse Manifesto Propagates Speculations - UTM

UTM has admitted that absence of the Tonse Alliance manifesto in public might be the origin of assertions that all is not rosy in the Alliance government in terms of priority ideologies.

Minister Upbeat to Fully Reopen Schools in October

The first days of schools reopening have been faced with myriad challenges such as insufficient hand washing facilities and some learners failing to follow coronavirus preventive measures, Minister of Education Agnes Nyalonje has conceded.

Mulanje Chief Attributes Early Pregnancies to Technology

Senior Chief Mthiramanja from the tea growing district of Mulanje said technology where children as young as ten years old are accessing unpalatable materials including pornography should be a contributing factor to a surge in early pregnancies and child marriages in the district.

NBM Supports BCC in Donate a Mask Campaign

Blantyre City Council (BCC) has embarked on a Donate a Mask Campaign in a quest to help vulnerable learners to be safe from COVID-19 in school.

Road Accident Kills 3 at Zalewa

Three people have died while six others have sustained serious degrees of injuries at Zalewa road block accident on Monday when a salon vehicle driven by unknown driver lost control and hit pedestrians and two mobile money bureaus.

Community Child Protection Structures Challenged to Protect the Elderly from Witchcraft Accusations

A three day training for Community Victim Support Units (CVSUs) from Mulanje in supporting victims of any sort of violence has started at Luchenza with a call for community child protection structures to consider including protection of the elderly in their activities.

Southern Africa’s Dream to Women’s Access to Land; Dead in its Track

“It is trite that customary law has a disproportionate discriminatory impact on women when compared to men,” writes a Zimbabwean international human rights lawyer and researcher, Dr. Makanatsa Mokonese.

President Chakwera for Depoliticization of MEDF Loans

Among the issues tackled in the first-ever Weekly Brief hosted by the Presidential Media Directorate that lasted for about an hour was the talk of the moment, Malawi Enterprise Development Fund, MEDF.

Boy, 2, Dies after Drowning in a Well

A 2-year-old boy has died in Mangochi after drowning in a well within his parent’s compound.

Child Killed in an Inferno

A seven-year-old boy has died in Mangochi after sustaining severe burns following fire that gutted down his parents’ house on Friday.

30, 000 COVID19 Test Kits Expected in the Country on Sept 29

As the developed countries compete to acquire scarce medical equipment to combat the coronavirus, another troubling divide is also emerging, with developing countries losing out to wealthier ones in the global scrum for testing materials.

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