More Malawians Fail to Patronize Tourism Places

The 2019 Malawi Domestic and Outbound Tourism Survey Report has revealed that 87.5 percent of people in the country do not make touristic trips due to financial constraints.

Save the Children Intensifies Mobile Courts in Neno

Save the Children Malawi in Neno district has appealed to child led clubs and youth groups to develop a culture of reporting cases of child abuse in a bid to reduce child marriages and incidents of defilement that are becoming common in the country.

Action Aid Donates Covid-19 Equipment

An international organization, Action Aid, has bailed out the country's health facilities with Covid-19 supplies valued at K22 million.

Parly Women Caucus Sound SOS Over Shortage Of Gender Officers

The parliamentary women caucus has complained over a huge vacancy rate of gender officers in district councils.

MEC Employees Frustrated Over A Restraining Order On Unvaccinated Staff

Workers at the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) are scheduled to engage their bosses over a decision barring them from work if they are not vaccinated for COVID19.

11 Bills Sent To Chakwera; Labour Relations Amendment Bill Not On The List

Zodiak has established that the controversial labour relations amendment bill is not part of the eleven bills that parliament has sent to President Lazarus Chakwera for assent.

Political Parties Censored On Exploiting University Students

Two local governance organizations, Women’s Legal Resources Center, and Democracy Works Foundation have noted that University Youth Wings and political parties need to work together in an attempt of dealing with issues of exploiting young people in institutions of higher learning.

Poor Finance Management Choking Development

An economic governance arm for the Catholic Church in Malawi, Centre for Social Concern (CfSC) says poor public finance management is hampering implementation of development initiatives that would benefit the citizenry.

FCB Responds To Financially Hit Bandawe School For The Blind In Nkhatabay

Management of the Bandawe School for the deaf in Nkhatabay has told Zodiak Online that the financial crisis has hit the institution such that they are struggling to buy foodstuffs for students.

11 Million People To Access Covid-19 Vaccine In Malawi by 2022, Government

Government targets to at least give 11 million people access to the Covid-19 vaccine by 2022.

Local Councils Struggling To Procure Fire Fighting Engines

Zodiak has it that local councils in the country remain challenged to timely respond to fire accidents as most councils are lacking fire fighting equipment.

Five Elephants Escape From Thuma Forest Reserve

A herd of five elephants is reportedly loitering around Kansapato village, in the area of Traditional Authority, (T/A) Ganya in Ntcheu.

Govt To Review National Parks' Management Concessions

Government says it will review all national parks' management concessions, to make them beneficial to Malawians than favouring foreigners.

Young People In LL Calls For Unbiased Access to SRH Services

A grouping of young people in TA Malili’s area in Lilongwe has called for equitable access to sexual reproductive health services if Malawi is to end rising cases of child marriages.

BOXING; The Fuso Fighter Flattens The Buffalo

Former National Junior Welterweight Champion Byson ‘Fuso Fighter’ Gwayani put up a five-star performance Sunday night at M1 Centre Point in Lilongwe to stop Nigerian Hamid Olajide in the second minute of round 5 of a scheduled 8 round international non-title bout.

35 Girls From 2 TAs in Salima Return to School in One Year

Girls who were readmitted in School after being rescued from early marriage and others who gave birth at a tender age have hailed peer-to-peer talk as the best way of encouraging more of such girls to go back to school.

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