Most of the country's public as well as private hospitals are said to be operating with old and faulty surgery equipment.
In a strong worded statement Monday , Public Affairs Committee chairperson and publicity secretary monsignor Dr. Patrick Thawale and Bishop Dr Gilford Matonga respectively observe that the decision by the Executive to force Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda on leave pending retirement defeats the logic on assertions made by leaders that they would respect the rule of law in the just ended presidential election case.
There are reports of increasing absence of resources used to help expectant women at Bwaila Maternity Wing in Lilongwe where health workers say they are in perpetual shortage of essential supplies.
The 2019- 2020 National Budget ends on June 30th worth 1.911 trillion Kwacha from 1.84 trillion approved at Mid-Year.
The Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) has endorsed demonstrations by some lawyers aimed at forcing the Executive arm of government to respect the Judiciary following an avalanche of attacks on judges by the president and cabinet ministers.
A Group Village Head woman in Phalombe is under fire for ordering UTM supporters not to hold any political rally in her area as campaign period continues.
Government says it has now reached to 28 rural sites out of the 136 targeted for mobile towers intended to connect people in the rural setups where mobile companies are yet to reach them.
On June 7, 2020 the media fraternity was saddened with the passing of veteran Journalist Dr Tikhala Chibwana. He was a man that championed the promotion of the media industry particularly mentoring women to take up leadership positions not only in Malawi but in Africa as a whole.
The Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA) has donated 43 million kwacha worth of Covid-19 preventive items to fuel transporters, Blantyre, Lilongwe and Mzimba north District Health Offices.
Silver Strikers Football Club and some players it released are in a contractual row with the latter alleging that the club is reluctant to clear them.
Blantyre Synod of the CCAP through its education department with funding from Save the Children Malawi, is training a total of 60 teachers in special needs education in Neno district in a bid to make inclusive education achievable.