MCP Unveils Candidate for Mangochi West Constituency

The Malawi Congress Party (MCP) has roped in Simeon Harrison, as their parliamentary candidate in the impending rerun for Mangochi West Constituency.

35 Year Old Man Arrested for Raping Imbecile

Police in Chikwawa have arrested a 35 year old man for allegedly raping an imbecile amid increasing reports of sexual offences against teenagers and young women.

Sugar Bill to be Ready Soon - Minister

New minister of industry has vowed to engage the ministry of justice and constitutional affairs to ensure the sugar bill is passed and made operational as quickly as possible.

COVID-19 Claims Catholic Cleric

Father Joachim Msekanawose Morocco Mwale of the Karonga Diocese has become the first Catholic Priest to succumb to COVID-19 pandemic as he passed on today at Kamuzu Central Hospital.

Mota-Engil Claims Roads Authority Owes them K96bn in Arrears

Mota-Engil – a Portuguese construction conglomerate has written government claiming over 96 billion kwacha payment for up to 22 road construction projects in Malawi.

Gvt to Constitute Commission of Inquiry Over July 20 2011 Deaths

On 20 July 2011 Malawians organized protests against perceived poor economic management by the late President Bingu wa Mutharika.

DoDMA Submits COVID-19 Data to Ombudsman

Ombudsman Martha Chizuma says her office has received information it demanded from the Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) for its investigation on the usage of COVID-19 funds.

Asian Business Community in Second Partial Lockdown

Increasing cases of COVID-19 in the country have left Asian Business Community with no choice but to reintroduce a partial lock down.

Phalombe Cllrs Want Demand Driven Projects

Ward councilors in Phalombe have urged non-governmental organizations implementing development initiatives to brief them before rolling out of projects.

Malawi’s Economic Growth Could Slump Beyond 2.0 Percent in 2020-MCCCI

An assessment report by Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCCI) projects an economic slump above 2 percent mostly because of excessive borrowing by government from commercial banks.

New Police IG Promises Better Services

The newly appointed Inspector General of Police Dr George Kainja has revealed deficiencies at the law enforcement agency which are hampering efforts to curb rising corruption among officers and effectively respond to crime in the country.

Likoma, Chizumulu Islanders for COVID19 Preventive Measures on Water Transport

Likoma and Chizumulu Islanders have implored government to consider putting in place measures that will ensure MV Ilala and other boats sailing between the islands and other districts ferry people in line with COVID19 preventive measures.

Health Expert Fears Crisis Looms with Upsurge of Health Workers Infections

Health expert George Jobe has warned of a crisis if the numbers of health workers testing positive for Coronavirus is not contained in the quickest time possible.

Wildlife Reserves under Siege in Lower Shire

Wildlife and forestry officials in Loweshire have indicated that lack of alternatives among overpopulated communities surrounding Mwavi, Lengwe and Matandwe reserves is fuelling massive depletion of natural resources there.

FPAM Revives YAM in Neno

In a bid to make sexual reproductive health messages reach the youth for a reduction in number of teen pregnancies in Neno district, Family Planning Association of Malawi has revamped its youth arm, Youth Action Movement (YAM) with an aim of making teen pregnancies history in this Covid19 era.

Don’t Be Over Ambitious on Revenue Targets-MCCCI Tells Govt

New Finance Minister, Felix Mlusu, has, for the past week, been out and about making fresh pre-budget consultation ahead of a national budget for the new government administration.

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