Phalombe District Council has issued a stop order restraining one of the commercial banks from continuing with the process of paying a private secondary school under the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) Bursary for Phalombe South Constituency.
About 49, 000 people in the flood prone Nsanje district stand to benefit from a K380 million 3-year Concern Worldwide Flood Resilience Project.
The Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR) has called on goat farming communities in the country to migrate from crossbreeding to select and improve method in a bid to improve animal productivity for improved income.
Malawi’s former President Joyce Banda has asked African leaders to find means that would provide fertile ground for women empowerment in their countries.
An international women's rights body, JUST ASSOCIATES (JASS) has expressed concern over the limited delivery of messages meant to counter gender-based violence due to Covid-19 public gathering restrictions.
President of Association of Malawian Midwives (AMAMI), Keith Lipato, has pleaded with the midwives and all health workers to coordinate their efforts in demystifying myths surrounding COVID-19 vaccine.
World Vision Malawi says the success of AstraZeneca vaccine administration in the country will require the involvement of faith leaders and influential groups in the society.
Government says locals living in boarders areas with Mozambique are safe despite reports that Islamists in that neighboring country are beheading children in Cabo Delgado province that is located some 300 kilometers away from Malawi’s Mangochi district.
State has started parading witnesses to testify against former Electricity Supply Commission of Malawi (ESCOM) Chief Executive Officer, Dr Allexion Chiwaya, and Human Resource Officer, Daphter Namandwa, in an abuse of office and fraud charges case.