“Prophet” Sabao, Three Others Deny Charges

The Lilongwe Resident Magistrate court has adjourned to 19 September, 2019 hearing of a case involving controversial Prophet Chimwemwe Seer Sabao and two others on accounts of forgery, uttering false documents and theft.

UNESCO Calls for Inclusion of other Languages in Education

United Nation Education, Scientific and Culture Organization (UNESCO)  Acting Deputy  Executive Secretary in Malawi David Mulera has said  some languages in the country are gradually dying  out because they are not being used in education and do not have relevant materials to sustain the languages. 

Mugabe Stood for Africa’s Independence – APM

President Peter Mutharika has described the late Robert Mugabe as a man who stood for independence of Africa; politically and economically.

Chilima Withdraws 34 Witnesses

Lawyer for Dr. Saulos Chilima in the on-going presidential election case, Dr. Chikosa Silungwe, says his side will not parade 34 of the witnesses they had lined up to testify.

CSONA Intensify Malnutrition Awareness in Ntcheu

Civil Society Organization Nutrition Alliance (CSONA) has embarked on community sensitization campaign aimed at empowering the citizenry to engage duty bearers in Ntcheu district.

Early Marriages Fueling Abuses in Machinga

Early marriages are said to be fueling abuses against children and young women in Machinga.

CCJP Takes Legal Services to Rural Areas

Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) has introduced a legal representation system where it is using paralegals to represent the marginalized population in rural areas in accessing Justice through a three year project called "paralegal".

Irrigation Farming Under-developed in Ntcheu

Agriculture authorities in Ntcheu say irrigation farming is facing hurdles due to a lack of adequate resource as the office is failing to meet and cover all land which has potential for irrigation in the district.

125 Suicide Cases Registered in 13 Months

About 125 people have committed suicide between September 2018 to June 2019 in this country. Of these only four are women.

HRDC Says Demos on 18 – 20 September

Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) on Wednesday told media in Lilongwe that fresh anti-Jane Ansah nationwide demonstrations will be held from 18 to 20 September, 2019.

Govt to Increase Social Cash Transfer Beneficiaries

Minister of Gender, Children, Disability and Social Welfare Mary Navicha says government will increase the number of social cash transfer beneficiaries and the amount of money they receive.

No Functioning Toilets at DZ Hospital

Pregnant women admitted to Dedza District Hospital have expressed concern over malfunctioning of toilets and shortage of water in the maternity ward of the facility.

Chief Kachindamoto Fires 16 Chiefs in Dedza

Senior Chief Kachindamoto of Dedza district has fired 16 chiefs in her area for tolerating child marriages in the district.

MISA Malawi Drags MACRA to Court

The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) - Malawi Chapter has dragged the Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) to High Court over its decision to suspend phone-in programs.

IMF Team Jets in Malawi for ECF Review

An International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission team is in the country for a second and third review of the Extended Credit Facility (ECF) program that will lead to further disbursement of resources.

Woman Arrested for Suspected Murder in PE

Police in Phalombe have arrested a 47-year- old woman for allegedly killing her 54-year-old husband over family issues. 

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