The government of Malawi has suspended duty on maize flour imported from South Africa as a measure to counter the raging maize crisis in the country at the moment.
A young Malawian lady is said to be bedridden in a hospital in Eswatini after she was found loitering in the streets of Manzini, a suspected survivor of human trafficking away from home in the country formerly called Swaziland.
The Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) says it has notified all four city councils and other two district councils of the planned anti-Jane Ansah demonstrations slated for 16th January, 2020.
On Monday, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees-UNHCR-made available birth registration equipment to the National Registration Bureau-NRB-for the roll-out of birth registration for children of refugees in camps in Malawi.
The Malawi Law Society (MLS) has joined a bandwagon of quarters reacting to the news that some people attempted to bribe judges who are handling the high profile elections case.
Two legal experts have hailed the decision by Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda to report to Anti-Corruption Bureau an attempt by some people to bribe judges presiding over the presidential election case.
The Anti-quota Movement today presented a petition at the Northern region education division offices in Mzuzu to stress their dissatisfaction with a system they say disadvantages those deserving meritoriously.
In its quest to compliment government efforts aimed at reducing challenges that weigh down the education sector, World Vision Malawi has handed over a K60 million girls hostel at Chindindi Community Day Secondary school in Mzimba South.
Teachers who were not paid December 2019 salaries on account of failure to submit national identity cards as now required in Malawi, have stopped teaching in a demonstration of frustration at the development.