Ansah, Commissioners' Dominate Petitioners' Submissions

Petitioners in the high profile presidential elections case finishing making their oral submissions in the case Thursday and Friday.

Infertility a Common Problem

Through this story, Merck More Than a Father Campaign highlights the fact the infertility affects both men and women equally; “Merck more than a Father” started in 2018 by raising awareness about male infertility prevention and management and breaking the stigma round infertile couples; Merck more than a Mother started in 2015 with the aim to empower childless women though access to information, health and change of mindset.

Mother Scalds Son,16, in Ntcheu

Police in Ntcheu have today arrested a 36 year old woman, for allegedly scalding her 16 year old son.

ConCourt Friends Differ Asking for Upheld Constitution

Friends of court in the historic presidential election case Thursday morning made their oral submissions, with a call for to the constitutional court to make its determination based on whether all electoral laws were adhered to in the May 21 polls.

New PAC ExCo Promises Continued Mediation

The newly elected executive committee of the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) has pledged to proceed with mediation for the concerned parties in the aftermaths of the May 21 Elections.

JZU Speaks on Malawi Current Affairs

Former President of Malawi Congress Party, John Zenas Ungapake Tembo says he prays that in the on-going presidential election case, the presiding panel of constitutional court judges will focus on professional performance given the public interest the matter has drawn.

Sexual Assaults: Worst GBV in Mulanje

Stakeholders in the fight against gender based violence in Mulanje have all singled out sexual assault as the worst form of GBV in the district.

NGO Moves in for Improved Livelihoods

Find Your Feet in partnership with World Food Programme and Balaka District Council has embarked on a project aimed at building community resilience for sustained food production and improved livelihoods.

Over 70 Families Starving in Balaka

Balaka District Commissioner, Emanuel Bambe, says about 77, 000 households are in need of food aid as hunger continues to hit the district harder.

Hunger Fuels Migration in Chikwawa

Three people are reported missing at Chapananga area in Chikwawa after they went to Mozambique to find ways for survival because of hunger that has hit the district.

Organization Calls for Political Will in UHC

A local organization Facilitators of Community Transformation-FACT-says unless there is strong political will and concerted efforts towards achieving the 2030 goal of Universal Health Coverage, existing efforts will only be a pipeline dream.

Mutharika Launches 2019/2020 Forestry Season

President Peter Mutharika on Wednesday launched this year’s forestry season with a call for every Malawian to plant more than one tree this forestry season.

Police Under-fire in MHRC Latest Report

Latest reports by the Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) on investigations into a police operation at Msundwe on the outskirts of Lilongwe city suggests that ill-prepared riot police went wild raping women including defiling girls as young as 12.

PAC Infiltrated: Bishop Mtumbuka

Catholic Bishop of the Diocese of Karonga, Martin Mtumbuka, has told delegates to an on-going elective Public Affairs Committee annual general meeting that the organization faces a threat of political infiltration from within.

World Eyes on Balaka Food Insecurity

A non-governmental organization Find Your Feet in partnership with World Food Programme and Balaka district council has embarked on a project aimed at building community resilience for sustained food production and improved livelihoods.

Army Worms’ Outbreak in Salima

Farmers in Salima are worried about a fresh outbreak of African Armyworms that are eating away maize fields in some cases completely destroying crops.
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