82, 402 Children Drop Out of School in the South

There is a shocking revelation that 82, 402 children dropped out from school in the 2018/19 academic year in the southern region alone.

MERA Devises Electricity Installer Guidelines

The Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority has attributed continuing fire accidents in the country to unscrupulous and unlicensed electrical installers.

Japanese Ambassador Tips Malawi On Economic Growth

Outgoing Japanese ambassador to Malawi has tipped the country to focus much on finding ways of improving the country’s economy, other than politics.

Faulty Boat Halts Patrols On Lake Chilwa

Almost two weeks after the ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development (MoAIWD) closed the fishing season in the country’s lakes, Zodiak understands that the only boat which the fisheries office in Phalombe uses developed a fault some months ago.

New Power Plant to Add 350 Megawatts

Government says will develop Mpatamanga Hydropower Project which is expected likely to add about 350 megawatts.

Malawi Joins International Mountain Day

Malawi has for the first time commemorated International Mountain Day which falls on every 11th December.

Mixed Views On FISP Progress in Zomba

There are mixed views on the way Farm Input Subsidy Program (FISP) is progressing in Zomba district with some farmers complaining of exorbitant prices of the inputs in some markets.

K1bn Package for Vulnerable Malawi Children

Over five thousand orphans and vulnerable children in six of the country’s 28 districts will have all reasons to smile for once after people of goodwill put together resources valued at around K1bn to help out with food security and their education.

Senga Bay Community Bays for Rastas’ Blood

A community descended on a police station in Salima after police officers refused to hand them a group of rastafarians apprehended in Senga Bay hills on suspicion they were attacking people.

10 Nabbed in Karonga for Looting

Police in  Karonga have arrested ten people in connection to the looting of two shops belonging to Chipiku Stores last night.

Stormy Rains; Over 25 Karonga Families Homeless

At least 26 families have been rendered homeless in Karonga district following heavy rains that destroyed houses yesterday.

Abandon Dangerous Posts: Body Tells Nurse-Midwives

The National Organization of Nurses and Midwives in Malawi says its’ fact finding exercise has established that a recent attack on the nursing officer, Chriford Semu, was unfounded and unwarranted as he attended to the expectant woman, in subject, within his scope of practice.

Experts Hail Nedbank Disposal

Experts have hailed the move by Nedbank to sell 100% of its shares to My Bucks Malawi saying it is an opportunity to revive the banking sector.

Freedom March: Malawi Demands Protection of Rights

The Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) yesterday held a Freedom March in Lilongwe to mark this year’s World Human Rights Day, leading Malawians to demand for the protection of their rights.

Mary Navitcha Dodges Msundwe ‘Aftermath’

Gender minister, Mary Navicha, is avoiding public comment on allegations by alleged police-rape-victims from Msundwe in Lilongwe who claim rapists impregnated one and infected the other with a sexually transmitted infection-STI.

Orphanage Alert on Procurement Fraud, Corruption

SOS Children’s Village International a renowned charitable organization with its footprints in Malawi, has set a new pace in an attempt to counter fraud and corruption in its procurement system.

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