Some civil society organizations (CSOs) in the country have implored on political party leaders to avoid hate speech and violence during this period of campaign ahead of the Fresh Presidential Elections.
One of the issues in a leaked letter from Malawi’s secondary school teachers that has gone viral on social media is a concern on minimal representation in COVID-19 meetings.
Mkango Resources Limited has moved to support Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre with a donation of state of the art ventilator machine to the Mercy James Centre.
A week after the timber millers Union held days of vigils at Raiply Limited as a way of forcing government to allow them harvest trees that are left over by Raiply limited within its concession area, the company has hit back with an injunction that has stopped the millers from conducting a vigil within the company's premises.
Women's Legal Resource Centre (WOLREC) has equipped community journalists in Neno district with basic journalistic skills in a bid to promote good governance and accountability stories for the promotion of transparency at district council level.
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) regional governor for the south, Charles Mchacha, has urged people of Phalombe to vote President Peter Mutharika in the forthcoming fresh presidential poll for continuity of development initiatives.
Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation, CHRR and Youth and Society, YAS have jointly written three presidential candidates, Peter Mutharika of DPP, Lazarus Chakwera of MCP and Peter Kuwani of MMD and their running mates to speak out during their campaign and after elections some unresolved issues that have happened in the country.
Former civil society leader turned politician Timothy Mtambo who has been calling for the ouster of Justice Dr. Jane Ansah as chairperson for the Malawi Electoral Commission MEC, has gone back on his word saying her resignation now; is a ploy by the governing Democratic Progressive Party DPP to rig the fresh presidential poll.
On the campaign trail in Blantyre rural Wednesday, MCP-UTM alliance running mate Dr. Saulos Chilima told gatherings that the World Bank has been withholding an unspecified amount of funds meant to support Malawi for fear the current administration would mismanage the money.
The two tussling political alliances ahead of the fresh presidential election faced-off Wednesday in a campaign that saw them hold rallies at venues close enough to spark the tension that ensued.