APM Disbands Cabinet Committee on COVID19

The Special Cabinet Committee on corona virus headed by health minister Jappie Mhango has been disbanded and in its place, President Peter Mutharika has set up a presidential taskforce on the pandemic.

BT DHO Pleads for More support

Director of Health and Social Services in Blantyre, Dr Gift Kawalazira, says there is a need for more health support such as the Personal Protective Equipment as most (PPE) is disposable.

APM Apologizes to Churches over Police Action

President Arthur Peter Mutharika has apologized to churches in Balaka after police on Sunday chased worshipers as part of efforts against spread of Corona virus.

NICE Goes Social for FPE

National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) Trust has started sensitizing masses about the ongoing voter registration exercise in readiness for the Fresh Presidential Election (FPE) on social media.

Limbe Auction Floors Opens

AHL Group has opened the Limbe Auction Floors to mark the beginning of this year’s tobacco selling season for the Floors.

Pastors Ask for COVID-19 Funding

The Chikwawa Pastors Fraternal has asked government and well-wishers to financially support pastors amid calls that they need to close the churches as preventive measures against COVID-19.

VP Chilima Punches Holes in COVID19 Response in the Country

Vice President Dr. Saulos Chilima says Covid-19 outbreak which has affected the nation should be a wake-up call, to improve the health system.

HLB Sanitizes Mlambe Hospital

An international audit and accounting company, HLB Reliance Malawi, on Friday donated sanitary items to Mlambe hospital in Blantyre in its quest to fight Corona virus in the country.

Tubers Kill 3 in Chikwawa

Three people from the same family in Chikwawa have died after eating poisonous wild tubers as hunger is reportedly causing havoc there.

Poisonous Wild Tubers Kill Three in Chikwawa

Three people from the same family in Chikwawa have died after eating poisonous wild tubers as hunger is reportedly causing havoc there.

Activists Condemn Conduct of Security Agents

Human rights activists have condemned the conduct of the countries two security agents who engaged in confrontation earlier this morning as police invaded Prison premises and fired gun shots during fracas.

US Embassy Repatriates 88 Citizens

The US Embassy in Malawi has repatriated almost 88 American citizens who were living in the country.

WVM Bails out Balaka DHO on Covid 19 Management

Amid scarcity of personal prevention equipment in several health facilities, World vision Malawi has bailed out Balaka District Health Office with infection prevention materials, training and public awareness services.

ADMARC run out of Cash for Maize Purchasing

Some ADMARC depots in the southern region where the leading grain marketer has started buying maize have run out of cash for maize purchasing forcing some farmers to return home with their produce.

Cotton Council Licenses 2 Companies

The Cotton Council of Malawi (CCM) has given licenses to two cotton companies to start buying cotton amid growing reports that ADMARC is overwhelmed by cotton which has flooded the market.

ADMARC Urged to be Funding Depots

ADMARC spokesperson Agness Chikoko says the depots which have stopped buying maize from farmers after running out of money will soon be funded to resume the buying process as this is just normal.

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