The Director of Health and Social Services (DHO) for Nkhata Bay Dr. Mwatikonda Mbendera has come out as the first senior public health official to declare his COVID-19 status after testing positive.
The Human Rights Defenders Coalition HRDC has introduced a whistle blowing initiative aimed at gathering reliable information on any issues of maladministration and plunder of public funds that occurred under the Democratic Progressive Party Government.
The police say are yet to receive an official complaint on the allegations by the opposition Democratic Progressive Party DPP that some of its monitors that were abducted during the Fresh Presidential Elections are still missing.
Human Rights Watch says Malawi’s new president, Lazarus Chakwera, should use his electoral victory as an opportunity to reset the country’s human rights record, Human Rights Watch said today. On June 28, 2020, Chakwera was sworn in as president following a rerun vote on June 23, in which he won 58.57 percent of the vote.
New Finance Minister, Felix Mlusu had his first assignment Tuesday when he presented the 722 billion kwacha provisional budget which is expected to run government operations between July 1 and October 31st this year.
Masters Security Football Club says it will try to recoup the money it invested in its players before initiating a sale of the club.
The National Women Football Association says financial constraints and exposure are the two critical setbacks that will take a toll on local clubs should they join the Women’s Champions League which the Confederation of African Football-CAF intends to introduce.
After twelve years working in traditional authority Chikumbu Mulanje district, Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Malawi has finally stopped working in the district.
An educational institution Edukans Foundation has pleaded with government to prioritize education by allocating at least 20% in the national budget so that education programs are effectively implemented.
The National Football Coaches Association says coaches who do not possess the CAF B license will be allowed to discharge their duties as assistant coaches of Super League clubs when this year’s football campaign resumes in August.