Neno Runs Dry; Waterborne Diseases Imminent

Water problem has hit Neno boma and surrounding communities risking residents there of being infected with waterborne diseases and making Covid-19 prevention hard.

Water for People Takes Sanitation to Learners

The Water Sanitation and Health (WASH) organization, Water for People, has handed over modern toilets and boreholes to Nsoni and Chilimankhwanje primary schools in Chiradzulu.

BCC to Remove Vendors in Selected Location Streets

Blantyre City Council (BCC) has taken to selected locations its campaign of removing street vendors in the city.

Crocodile Kills 11 Year Old Boy in Mangochi

A 11-year old boy in Mangochi has died after being attacked by a Crocodile while swimming in Shire river on Monday.

APAM Wants Sunscreen Oil Priority

The Association of Persons with Albinism in Malawi (APAM) has asked government to make sunscreen lotion one of the essential drugs when purchasing drugs in a bid to avoid deaths due to cancer of the skin.

UN Trains Media on Human Rights

United Nations Human Rights Council virtually brought together journalists, officials from human rights organisation and the Media Institute of Southern Africa MISA Malawi chapter to assess how government is implementing human rights recommendations.

Who Will Foot Judicial Independence Case Costs?

Malawians will have to wait a little longer before they know who will bear legal costs for the judicial independence case, as the High Court in Lilongwe has reserved its ruling to a later date.

Clash of Giants in Makhuwira South Poll

It will be a battle of the giants fighting for councillorship of Makhuwira South Ward in Chikwawa district as battle line is drawn ahead of Local Government Poll slated for November 10, 2020.

Majete Plans to Bail out Struggling Wildlife Reserves

There is hope that some game rangers working in government run wildlife reserves in the country will have better working environment as Majete is raising 250,000 United States Dollars equivalent to 185 million Kwacha to purchase the equipment for the law enforcement teams.

Public Schools Quality under Microscope

A letter writing competition initiative by the Malawi Communication Regulatory Authority (MACRA) has sparked questions on quality of education in the country’s public schools.

UNIMA Graduands Reject Virtual Graduation

University of Malawi (UNIMA) 2019 graduands have rejected the University’s idea to hold a virtual graduation in the wake of COVID-19.

Indian High Commission Erects Mahatma Ghandhi Statue in Lilongwe

The Office of the Indian High Commission in Malawi has finally erected the controversial Mahatma Gandhi statue in Lilongwe on Friday.

Hunger Hits Chikwawa District

Hunger is reported to have hit hard some parts of Chikwawa as communities are surviving on Mango and Ziziphus Mauritiana fruits.

Home Instruction: keeping the learning spirit in learners

14-year-old Joyce Ngoma dreams of becoming a medical doctor when she grows up.

Joyce a standard 6 learner at Lwanjazi primary school felt her dreams had been shattered when government announced the closure of schools to curb the spread of the novel Corona virus.

"We Must Modernize How We Work" - Jose Torres

United Nations Resident Coordinator Maria Jose Torres has reiterated the need for Malawi to modernize how people work particularly, extension workers, if Malawi is to register improvements in its goal of achieving food security.

DIN Malawi Bails Out Support Groups in Chikwawa

About 100 people living with HIV and persons with disabilities can now afford a smile when Development Initiative Network, DIN Malawi provided fertilizer to them to do irrigation farming along the Likhubula river in Mulilima area in Chikwawa district.

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