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.

NAM to Roll Out Grassroots Programs

Netball Association of Malawi-NAM says it will roll out grassroots programs that will help to nurture talents that will be incorporated in the National team ranks.

BT Runs Out of COVID-19 Test Kits

Blantyre District Health Office has stopped testing people for COVID-19 as it has run out of test kits.

SKC Hits the Ground Running With Government Reforms Agenda

Vice president Saulos Chilima has begun holding interface meetings with heads of parastatals, private sector and local councils on the implementation of the Chakwera administration reforms agenda.

Mulanje Boma AMO Cheers Vulnerable Households at Mukhwera Village

Besides spreading the word of God through preaching and singing, the Adventist Men Organization (AMO) of Mulanje Boma Seventh-Day Adventist Church also assists vulnerable households.

Dr. Jane Ansah Finally Allowed to Exit Malawi for United Kingdom Holiday

Hours after Justice Dr. Jane Ansah was sent back from the border post in Mchinji for lack of executive permission to exit the country into Zambia, immigration officials have, this morning, finally let the former chairperson of the Malawi Electoral Commission go on her trip to UK.

ActionAid Donates to Neno ECDCs

Due to the rising number of Covid-19 cases in the country, children’s return to Early Childhood Development Centers is still uncertain.

President Lazarus Chakwera Defines His Reign: Destined for Success

On his inauguration July 6, Malawi’s Independence Day, President Lazarus Chakwera has pledged to give his best as servant-leader for Malawians and to set a good example of submitting himself to the constitutional processes, provisions, and institutions that are designed to ensure excellence.

Three in Police Custody Over Indian Hemp in Kasungu

Three men are in police custody in Kasungu after they were allegedly found in possession of Indian Hemp.

Nkhata Bay Parliamentarian Mwase Declares Covid-19 Positive Status

Member of Parliament for Nkhata Bay North West, Julius Mwase, has become the first member of the Malawi Parliament to test positive to the Corona Virus.

Immigration Blocks Dr. Jane Ansah Attempts to Exit Malawi via Zambia

The department of immigration has blocked immediate-past chairperson of the Malawi Electoral Commission, Dr. Jane Ansah from exiting the country.

Chakwera Cancels Independence Celebration

President Lazarus Chakwera has directed that tomorrow’s Independence Day celebration which was to coincide with celebrations marking his inauguration be cancelled in view of the rising threat of Covid 19. 

Four Suspected Fraudulent Property Ownership Changes Under Investigation - ACB

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is investigating at least four suspected fraudulent property ownership changes which have been detected through the clearance process for those seeking to change ownership of property reintroduced eight days ago.

COVID-19 Affects GAIA’s Fight against HIV/AIDS

The Global Aids Interfaith Alliance (GAIA) says the COVID-19 pandemic has affected its core activity of fighting against HIV/AIDS.

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