The Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) has indicated that it has an uphill task to achieve the buy a gadget campaign for every student, as out 3, 000 planned gadgets, they have only managed to get less than 500 gadgets.
Amid concerns of growing charcoal business and how the product finds its way into the major cities of the country, Police in Neno district have impounded a lorry carrying over one hundred bags of charcoal.
In its drive to contribute towards elimination of gender-based violence in Mulanje and Chiradzulu districts, a tea growing company, Eastern Produce Malawi (EPM) has donated K750, 000 to three Community Based Organizations (CBOs).
Former officers for the defunct Malawi Young Pioneers (MYP) have given government two weeks to respond to their concerns bordering on terminal benefits and failure which they will stage demonstrations.
Minister of Gender, Community Development and Social Welfare Patricia Kaliati says she is always bitter when she receives reports that some suspected defilers are walking shoulders high in communities having been released on either court or police bail.
Water is life so they say. But for communities around Mathamanda primary school in Nkhata Bay, the situation has been unpalatable.
Centre for Multiparty Democracy (CMD) has condemned reports of deliberate provocation and political castigation which are happening in some constituencies ahead of the March 30, 2021 by-elections saying such actions have no space in democracy.
MISEREOR, a grouping of German Bishops has given the Catholic Commission of Justice and Peace (CCJP) of Dedza Diocese 161 Million Kwacha for the next three years to fight against gender inequalities and domestic violence in Ntcheu and Dedza districts.
The Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) of Dedza Diocese says unless local governance structures are empowered to track expenditure of public funds at local councils, issues of accountability will remain a far-fetched dream in the country.
Two well-known health organizations have asked medical practitioners to scale up management of tuberculosis during this Covid 19 pandemic in order to ensure that citizens, mainly children, are protected.
The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has dismissed two magistrates including beleaguered Zomba Senior Resident Magistrate Benedicto Chisakamile, who surprised many when he freed business magnet Dr Thomson Mpinganjira last year, for the unethical discharge of judicial functions.
A mother, Esnat Selemani, 53, and daughter, Yankho Selemani, 30, who are being accused of assaulting a female nurse at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre, have been granted legal representation from Legal Aid Bureau.