The Farmers Union of Malawi-FUM-says the decision by government to push up prices for buying maize from K250 to K310 per kilogram shall only benefit traders who swept all the grain from growers when Admarc was not buying maize.
Jerome Sibande, a 16 years-old Malawian studying in South Africa has emerged number one in overall results of 2019 high school Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations in South Africa.
Amid growing concerns of poor implementation of substandard development projects in the country’s councils, Malawi Building and Civil Allied Traders Association (MABCATA) and National Construction Industry Council (NCIC) have introduced a training course to equip local contractors with skills.
The state is today (Thursday) proceeding to parade witnesses in a murder case in which Misonzi Chamthunya is suspected to have killed his girlfriend Linda Gasa in August 2010.
The Malawi National Examination Board (Maneb) proved this week that their ideals do not only end at formulating and administering examinations in Malawi but also play a role as a citizen to ensure that the country has trees and they are cared for.
Mzuzu Senior Resident Magistrate, Patrick Kamisa, has granted bail to eight people accused of beating and undressing a woman in that city during the weekend.
Parenting is thought to be contributing to rise in child marriages and teenage pregnancies in Mchinji district.
The Centre for Democracy and Economic Development-CDEDI-says Malawi’ three top political leaders need to tread carefully ensuring they are in the forefront preaching genuine peace among their followers now, during and after court verdict.
Deputy police Inspector General, John Nyondo, has challenged men and women in uniform to desist from bribery and unnecessary use of teargas during operations.
Senior Chief Kameme of Chitipa, where government has told a Chinese mining company it will not be renewing its license, says he will be demanding compensation from the company which has been running mining activities for a while now.
Chief resident magistrate’s court in Blantyre has released on bail business mogul, Dr. Thomson Mpinganjira, who is accused of offering advantage to public officers in the ongoing presidential elections case.