MISA Malawi Urges Media Houses and Journalists to be Vigilant During Lockdown

MISA Malawi has urged on the need for Media houses and Journalists in the country to take all necessary safety and precautionary measures during the lockdown amidst COVID 19 pandemic.

Villagers Bemoan Shortage of Boreholes Amid COVID-19 Prevention

Villagers who have problems in accessing clean water in some hard to reach areas in Ntchisi district bemoan lack of useful information and support on prevention of COVID-19.

ACB Halts Recruitment of Revenue Officers

Malawi’s anti-graft body, the Anti-Corruption Bureau has suspended recruitment of Revenue Officers at the Malawi Revenue Authority.

NRB Grants HRDC Audience

The National Registration Bureau has granted an audience with the Human Rights Defenders Coalition- HRDC on alleged registration malpractices by the registration body.

YAS Pens Ombudsman on “PARTISAN A-G”, Procurement of RSA Lawyers

Dust is refusing to settle in the procurement of the South African based lawyers with a youth human rights body, Youth and Society YAS lodging a complaint with the ombudsman’s office,asking the country’s public protector to probe what it suggests as partisan conduct by Attorney General AG, Kalekeni Kaphale.

UTM Brands Lockdown Political

UTM has described the 21 day lockdown as election fever by the governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).

Ndirande Vendors Dispute Lockdown

Vendors in Ndirande market in Blantyre have vowed not to close down the market as required by the national lockdown conditions.

Chikwawa Health Workers Petition DC

Health workers in Chikwawa district have presented a petition to the District Commissioner asking him to urgently intervene on lack of personal protective equipment in awake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Supreme Court Hears Appeal in Presidential Election Case

Hearing of an appeal in the presidential election case started with Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda, who is leading a panel of six other Supreme Court Judges, disclosing that each party will be allocated one hour to present their arguments.

Angry Mob Kills Man for Beating Wife to Death

An angry mob has killed a 41 year old man in Ntcheu suspected to have beaten his wife to death after the two allegedly picked a fight Monday evening.

Police Officer Killed in Road Accident

Police Officer S/Insp Ellias Yalu Aged 43 ,on Wednesday 14th April, 2020 was involved in a car accident and died after a car which he was driving collided with a truck when he was overtaking another car in Lumbadzi.

President Mutharika Urges Unity in Fight Against Covid-19

President Peter Mutharika says the 21-day national lock-down announced by his health minister, Jappie Mhango, could be extended beyond mid-night 9th May depending on trends.

Health Minister Mhango Effects 21-day National Lockdown

Government has announced a 21-day national lockdown beginning Saturday April 18th in on-going efforts to minimise the effect of the raging corona virus pandemic which has killed two.

Over 100 Million Children Could Miss Out On Measles Vaccines Due to COVID-19

The World Health Organization says as COVID-19 continues to spread globally, over 117 million children in 37 countries may miss out on receiving life-saving measles vaccine.

Whatsapp Group Raises Funds for Admin’s Sick Daughter

Members of House for Rent / Swap-19 Whatsapp group have raised funds to help daughter of the group’s administrator, Mathews kapanda, who has brain tumor.

Unknown People Damage Voter Reg Equipment

A group of unknown people in Blantyre on Tuesday embarked on a roving campaign destroying registration tools at the voter registration centers.

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