Aford Leader Talks Review of Police Act

Leader of Alliance for Democracy AFORD party in parliament Yeremiah Chihana has proposed a change in the current Police Act and the way the inspector general of police and his deputy are appointed as part of the solution to restoring police lost trust by the people.

Tributes for NBA Commissioner David J. Stern

 
 

NEW YORK, United States of America, January 2, 2020/ -- NBA (http://www.NBA.com) Commissioner Emeritus David Stern passed away this afternoon as a result of the brain hemorrhage he suffered approximately three weeks ago. His wife, Dianne, and their family were with him at his bedside.

Rising Outliers Worry Medics

Machinga District health office says increased number of people outside recommended child bearing age bracket giving birth (Outliers), is contributing to maternal neonatal complications as well as maternal deaths.

Fall Army Worms Hit Chikwawa

As the country grapples with how to deal with the raging problem of fall army worm attacks in crop fields at the moment, there are reports that Chikwawa district is the latest casualty and farmers are desperately trying to save whatever is remaining of crop fields in that area.

The Polytechnic Re-opens January 20th

The Polytechnic, which was stopped after a fire destroyed one hostel amid student protests over security matters, will be re-opened on January 20th.

Rumphi Hospital Congestion Appalling

Congestion has worsened at Rumphi district hospital where authorities now say the situation is beyond their control.

Media Council of Malawi Resurrects

Media Council of Malawi-MCM, which for the past three years has been dormant, has been resuscitated and relaunched. Mose Kaufa is the new Executive Director.

Chikwawa Crocodiles Kill Two, Injured One

The Department of Parks and Wildlife has deployed a hunter to Chikwawa where crocodiles are wrecking havoc in continuing attacks killing and injuring people there.

Salima Hospital Guardian Shelter Blown-Off

Heavy winds have blown-off a guardian shelter at Salima District Hospital, leaving the users desperate.

Councilors Split Over Welfare Demands

Ward councilors in the country want government to review their conditions of service and hike their perks despite that their remuneration was reviewed earlier this year.

MCP 'Claims' 117 Chikwawa DPP Followers

The Malawi Congress Party says 117 members of the Democratic Progressive Party, DPP, have jumped ship in Chikwawa including some leaders on grounds that the ruling party has failed to address the hunger situation and sorting out intra-party leadership problems at grassroots level.

HRDC Lines-Up 2020 Demos

The leadership of Human Rights Defenders Coalition, HRDC, says the rights body will hold three demonstrations in January on different issues started with an anti-Jane Ansah 'Two million people march' scheduled 
for 16th January.

Election Case Verdict: MCP On Peace Drive

Over 10 Malawi Congress Party members of parliament are running interface meeting with party youths aimed at building peace ahead of a constitutional court ruling on the presidential election case.

Namandanje River Risks Machinga Residents’ Lives

As the rainy season has started, fear has gripped people from areas of group village heads Mjahito and Chiwalo in Machinga as Namandanje river swells up each year, rendering all movement across the river to access health and education facilities impossible.

Livimbo Land Saga Exposes More Dubious Land Sales

The Livimbo school land sale saga has unearthed numerous suspicious public land sales across the country.

HRDC Postpones December Demos

The Human Rights Defenders Coalition-HRDC has postponed Friday demonstrations which aimed to push the Malawi Police Service to act on officers implicated in the Msundwe saga and Buleya Lule killing under police custody.

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