Prof. Ncozana Preaches Peace

One of pioneers who were in the vanguard of formation of the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) in 1992, Professor Silas Ncozana, has called on leaders to tame dialogue over violence.

Expert Tips Govt on New Custom Excise Policy

An economic analyst Chiku Kalilombe has tipped the Malawi Revenue Authority to place leverage on the new custom and excise policy, saying it should be used with the right intentions as some are likely to boost the tourism industry.

Mulanje Mob Turns Nasty

There were nasty scenes on Monday morning when angry mob descended on two men suspected to have had a hand on the death of Mr. Rodrick Gomiwa on Sunday evening.

Rose Chibambo Book Launched

A book that chronicles the life of one of the country’s post independent freedom fighters has been launched in Lilongwe Monday.

ConCourt Blows K240m and Counting

The Constitutional Court handling the presidential election case says it has, so far, used up about 240 million Kwacha of taxpayers’ money since July and that figure is going up.

MLS Calls for Electoral System Change

Malawi Law Society (MLS) has called on politicians to reflect on recalling and passing the 50 + 1 electoral reform bill in respect of how future elections will be conducted.

Citizen-Will Key to Rooting-out Corruption-Pundits

A cross-section of Malawians, social and political experts agree that collective citizen will and action is key to ending corruption and plunder of public resources in Malawi.

Water Project Changing Livelihoods

Ministry of Agriculture has hailed success of the Sustainable Rural Water and Sanitation, Infrastructure for improved health and livelihood project in three of five target districts.

Most Electrical Installers Incompetent-Mera

The Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority says the level of incompetence’s and shortcuts by electrical installers in the country has reached worrisome levels, where lives of Malawians are now at risk.

Govt. Urged to Develop Epilepsy Action Plan

Two Epilepsy centered organizations have asked government to develop a national action plan for epilepsy in order to address needs of people with epilepsy in the country.

Evangelist Attacks Greed Among Preachers

In her sermon on Saturday in Mulanje when she hosted the elderly, people with disabilities, orphans and other vulnerable people to a luncheon, evangelist Linley Mbeta said the clergy are using the pulpits for wealth accumulation by demanding offerings instead of preaching the gospel of salvation.

Walter Still at FAM Helm

Walter Nyamilandu has retained office of President at the Football Association of Maláwi-FAM-after beating his vice James Mwenda in an election that ended 23-13.

Zodiak Rewards Outstanding Female Students

Zodiak Broadcasting Station has rewarded outstanding girls in the 2019 MSCE examinations under the media house’s flagship Best Girl Award initiative at an event that took place in Kasungu.

Inkosikhazi Gomani, who was guest of honor at the event, hailed Zodiak for the initiative whose aim is to promote girls’ education in the country.

The four awardees, Chimwemwe Mphamba, Ruth Bizeck, Callina Mbale and Debora Sichone were awarded at this year's Zodiak Annual Girl Child awards at a ceremony held at Loyola Jesuits Secondary School in Kasungu Friday.

Zodiak Managing Director Gospel Kazako challenged girls that they can be anything they want in the future.

"Women continue to be oppressed in society due to low education levels, but education is the key to empowering more women in decision-making positions," he said.

Kazako also observed that time is now for the country to go beyond rhetoric but demonstrate effort to promote girls’ education and women empowerment.

"The gap between men and women remains big because those in authority are not turning their rhetoric into practice. Education is the tool to turn the tables upside down.”

Inkosikati Gomani, wife to Inkosi ya Makosi Gomani of Ntcheu, urged the girls to remain focused to achieve their dreams.

She said in the world young girls are facing so many challenges, urging the awardees to utilize the opportunity they have to be in school to change their future.

"Girls can! Don't look down on yourself. Aim high. It’s achievable," she said.

The awardees have gone away with cash prices, hampers, and certificates among others.

Two of the awardees are from Loyola Jesuits Secondary school, a development that attracted Zodiak to conduct the function at the institution.

Loyola Jesuits Secondary school Parents Teacher Association also took advantage of the function to award teachers and support staff at the school for excellence.

Chairperson of the PTA Dr Augustine Magolowondo splashed K3.7 Million Kwacha cash prizes to the staff members for a 100% pass rate.

"We expect nothing but the best. Being on top of the ten best secondary schools this year isn't a mean achievement for a new school like this," he said.

Paesen Flies Out on ‘Holiday’

The European Ambassador to Malawi, Sandra Paesen, has flown out of the country on what she has called a “family holiday.”

MASM Defends Premiums Charges

The Medical Aid Society of Malawi (MASM) has defended charges of their premiums, saying they are as exorbitant as people claim to be.

Lightning Kills Man in Phalombe

A 29- year-old man   has died in Phalombe after being struck by lightning on Thursday. 

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