Police Drills Officers in Wildlife Crime Investigations

 The Malawi Police Service (MPS) is training its investigators in wildlife crime investigations as part of initiatives to eradicate wildlife crimes in the country and beyond borders.

Man Arrested for Breaching Peace

Police in Mulanje on Monday arrested a 30 year old man suspected to have mobilized people to gang against Mulanje Energy Generation Company (MEGA) on accusation that it swindled close to K90 billion meant for compensation of people whose property was affected during the electrification project.

Kotanna Murder Suspects Out on Bail

The High Court in Lilongwe on Tuesday released on bail four suspects in the murder of the young lady Kotanna Chidyaonga in January after satisfying all bail conditions.

HRDC presence Disrupts Parliament

Parliament yesterday was forced into early adjournment after some legislators from government benches raised concerns over the presence of Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) leaders in the visitors’ gallery.

Bickering in MCP over Alliance Talk with UTM

Prospects of a possible working alliance between the Malawi Congress Party and UTM party have dived opinion in the MCP.

Bickering in MCP over Alliance Talk with UTM

Prospects of a possible working alliance between the Malawi Congress Party and UTM party have dived opinion in the MCP.

CONGOMA Worried With Political Interference in CDF

The Council for Non-Governmental Organizations in Malawi has bemoaned political interference in public procurement particularly in the Constituency Development Fund - CDF.

Police Recover Stolen Macademia

Police in Thyolo have recovered 24 bags of macadamia nuts each weighing 50 kilograms suspected to have been stolen from Nchima Estate Company.

Bushiri Assures People of More Maize

Prophet Shepherd Bushiri has assured people in the country that he still has enough maize to sell to communities that are facing hunger at five thousand kwachas per 50 kilograms bag.

Tobacco Farmers Spend More on Chemicals - ARET

The Agricultural Research and Extension Trust (ARET) says tobacco farmers in the country spend a lot of money in buying chemicals because most of the varieties they use are prone to diseases.

23 Malawians Deported From Mozambique

Immigration authorities in Mozambique have deported 21 men and 2 women for being found in a cargo van en route to South Africa, contrary to the laws there and arrived through Mwanza border over the weekend.

Brazilian on African Tour by Foot Arrives in Malawi

Visiting Brazilian Activist who is on a 11, 500 kilometers tour in Africa on foot to raise awareness on disability rights has expressed concern with the status of infrastructure in Malawi which he says are not disability friendly.

Catholic Church Leads Learners in Tree Planting

Chikwawa Diocese of the Catholic Church on Thursday launched a tree planting programme at Kunyondo Primary School where it suggested a massive civic education exercise to halt land encroachment.

Kakuyu Island Flood Survivors Want Moved Upland

Some of the people who got trapped by floods on Kakuyu, a farming island in Dwangwa, Nkhotakota district want government to speedily relocate them upland.

DPP Wants ConCourt Judges Probed

The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has called on the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) to investigate five judges who nullified the May 21, 2019 presidential elections.

Mzimba HRDC Protests Turn Nasty

There were running battles between police and demonstrators in Mzimba after a third attempt by the protesters to seal council offices were thwarted by the law enforcers on apparent instruction from the regional commissioner for the Northern region.

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