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.
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.
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".
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.
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.
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.