Lightening kills 2, injure' 3 in Mangochi

Two people of the same family have died while three others have been seriously injured after being struck by lightning in Mangochi, Thursday evening.

Covid19 Threat-Immigration Chief for Self-Isolation

The Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services, Director General, Masauko Medi says it is high time the citizenry start embracing self-isolation as a precautionary measure to tame the possible outbreak of Covid-19 in the country.

Crocodiles Cause Havoc in Chikwawa

Crocodiles have injured a man in Makhuwira area in Chikwawa bringing the number of people injured by the reptiles to seven in a month.

Immigration Dept on Alert for COVID-19

Immigration department says strong measures are in place in all border posts to control issuance of visas and border pass documents in the wake of corona virus threats.

TNM Unveils Voice Bundles

Integrated mobile telecoms and ICT networks service provider, TNM Plc, has launched new voice bundles that offer more talk time for less.

Military Hospital Construction Project in Limbo

Uncertainty hovers around construction of a Military Hospital in the country, an idea that was hatched following recommendations by a commission of inquiry into the death of Former President Bingu wa Mutharika some eight years ago.

Teacher Arrested on Defilement allegation

A 30- year- old primary school teacher has been arrested in Phalombe on suspicion that he defiled a 14 year old learner.

Suspected Women Child Traffickers Nabbed in MJ

Two women have been arrested in Mulanje for allegedly trafficking a 14-year-old girl.

Ntcheu Accident Kills One, 8 Admitted to Hospital

A person has died while eight others are admitted to Ntcheu District Hospital after a vehicle they were traveling in overtuned at Bula village in Ntcheu, Tuesday evening.

UNHCR Intensifies COVID-19 Preparedness Amid Poor Hygiene at Dzaleka

UNHCR's Senior Protection Officer, Henok Ochchalla says Dzaleka refugee camp in Dowa is highly congested with over 40,000 refugees staying in the camp and that hygienic conditions leave a lot to be desired hence a hot-spot for coronavirus outbreak.

UTM Cuts Short Covid-19 Interventions

UTM has been forced to cut short the distribution of detergents and dissemination of information on Covid-19 across the country.

Nissan Malawi sets pace in fighting against Coronavirus

Nissan Malawi on Wednesday donated sanitary items to Kamuzu International Airport to fight against the likely spread of Coronavirus.

Muluzi Case Stalls

The Supreme Court of Appeal on Monday failed to resume hearing a 14 year old K1.7 billion corruption case that involves former president, Dr. Bakili Muluzi.

COVID19 - FAM, SULOM to Meet Over 2020 Football Calendar

Football Association of Malawi- FAM and Super League of Malawi- SULOM are expected to meet over the weekend to discuss on the possibility of changing the 2020 football calendar following the suspension of the kick-off of the this year’s football season due to coronavirus concerns.

COVID19-World Chess Olympiad Postponed: CHESSAM Concerned

The Chess Association of Malawi-CHESSAM says the postponement of this year’s World Chess Olympiad is a blessing in disguise as it will provide an opportunity for the association to enhance its preparations as well mobilize adequate resources in readiness for next year’s event.

Tokyo 2020 Olympics Postponed Over Coronavirus Concerns

The Tokyo 2020 Olympics have been postponed, Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced Tuesday.

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