MP Ngalande Shelters 62 year Old Nyalugwe

62 year old Richard Nyalugwe of Mbalu village in Balaka north was all smiles Monday afternoon when parliamentarian for the area Tonny Ngalande handed over keys of a new descent home.

Maternity Wing Stays Idle for a Year in Neno

A modern maternity wing at Ligowe heath center in Neno district is staying idle for over a year now without being operational due to lack of equipment, a guardian shelter, maternity waiting room and a maternal surgical theatre.

MRA Head Optimistic the Tax Collecting Body Will Surpass K1.1 Trillion Target in Revenue

In his report to the committee, the Head of Malawi Revenue Authority said for five years running, MRA has been missing revenue targets set in the presentation of national budgets.

COVID-19 Still Around; Don't Relax - NICE Trust

The National Initiative for Civic Education- NICE Trust has cautioned Malawians to continue observing COVID-19 prevention measures saying the disease is not yet over despite the decline in the number of new infections. 

Two Unnamed Flames Players Test Positive For Coronavirus

In preparation for the COSAFA Snr Challenge Cup and the Africa Cup of Nations matches, fam conducted a mandatory test on the Malawi national team players last week before they convene to start camping.

Councils’ Performance Challenged

It shows the county's local councils have a long way to go to improve service delivery if a latest performance report on their services, is anything to go by.

Men in Ck Flock to Mozambique for Survival

There are reports that hundreds of men in some villages under Chapananga in Chikwawa are flocking to Mozambique to seek alternatives for survival amid growing poverty levels.

Livingstonia Synod Introduces Mobile Court Circuits to Expedite Delivery of Justice

The CCAP Synod of Livingstonia's Educational Department has rolled out a series of mobile court circuits aimed at expediting delivery of justice in cases centering on violation of children's rights in Mzimba district.

Stunting Levels in Mzimba Still Hovering Around 31% - Survey

A baseline survey commissioned by the Department of Nutrition HIV and Aids on the Afikepo project has shown that Mzimba district is still struggling to end malnutrition as over 31% of under five children are stunted.

MAGGA Feeds ADCs with Child Marriage Study Findings

The Malawi Girl Guides Association (MAGGA) has disseminated findings of a survey conducted to establish number of girls that have been impregnated or got married in Mulanje during the COVID-19 school holiday to all Area Development Committees in the district.

RFP Ministry Holds Young Champs Conference

RFP Ministries has organized a Young Champions Conference on Saturday in Blantyre.

Escape From Schools' Lockdown Teen Marriages

She never realized what she would like to be when she grows up until the day her dad went with her to the bank.

Govt Reinstates Chief Ngabu

Government has re-instated embattled Senior Chief Ngabu of Chikwawa district after he was fired by former President Peter Mutharika on alleged misconduct grounds last year.

Govt. Challenged to Explain K5bn Forestry Levy

The Tobacco Commission has called on government to come clear on how it used a sum of close to 5 billion kwacha from Forestry Levy that was accumulated over a period of 5 years.

Airport Reopening Faces COVID-19 Challenges

Government has admitted it faced challenges to enforce some of COVID-19 preventive measures at the airports a fortnight after reopening.

Two Cllrs Dump DPP; Join MCP in Chiradzulu

Two ward councilors who won on ticket of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in Chiradzulu district have dumped the party and joined the Malawi Congress Party (MCP).

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