Farmers' Field Schools Critical For Improved Productivity-FAO

The Food Agriculture Organization-FAO-says there is increased mitigation of the impact of the shortage of agriculture extension workers in districts where farmer field schools are implementing the European Union-funded Kulima AFIKEPO.

More Witnesses Testify in Chamthunya Case

Two more witnesses, an immigration officer and a customs clearing agent, on Thursday testified in court in Zomba in a case which Misozi Chamthunya is suspected to have killed his girlfriend Linda Gasa in 2010.

Chiefs Defend Lundu on Ngabu Firing

A group calling itself concerned chiefs and people of Chikwawa have refuted allegations made by the deposed Traditional Authority Ngabu that removal from his throne was orchestrated by Paramount Chief Lundu.

Eagles Warn Silver Over Delay to Sign Bitoni

Blue Eagles football club have warned Silver strikers to play their tricks right if they are to lure Foster Bitoni from the area 30 side during this transfer window.

K140m District Development Fund Projects Stall in Ntcheu

Trouble continues brewing for primary school learners in Ntcheu who are learning under trees owing to delayed completion of classroom blocks under the District Development Fund (DDF) projects.

Minister in Deportation Fiasco Linked to Company “Theft”

The department of registrar of companies has come under scrutiny after a Malawian couple forged documents and successfully took over ownership of a duly registered firm.

Chilima Urges Peter Mutharika To "Listen To Inner Voice", Not Henchmen

As countdown to judgment day in the presidential election case continues, UTM President Dr. Saulos Chilima has asked President Professor Peter Mutharika to “accept the will of Malawians”, by respecting the court ruling this coming Monday.

FUM Annoyed Govt. Pushed Up Maize Buying Prices

The Farmers Union of Malawi-FUM-says the decision by government to push up prices for buying maize from K250 to K310 per kilogram shall only benefit traders who swept all the grain from growers when Admarc was not buying maize.

Malawian Boy, 16, Emerges First in IGCSE Exams in South Africa

Jerome Sibande, a 16 years-old Malawian studying in South Africa has emerged number one in overall results of 2019 high school Cambridge  International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations in South Africa.

Teacher Beats Learner Severely

Despite the abolition of corporal punishment in schools, it has been established that some teachers still administer such punishments to learners.

MABCATA Introduces Construction Tech Course

Amid growing concerns of poor implementation of substandard development projects in the country’s councils, Malawi Building and Civil Allied Traders Association (MABCATA) and National Construction Industry Council (NCIC) have introduced a training course to equip local contractors with skills.

State Testifies Against Chanthunya

The state is today (Thursday) proceeding to parade witnesses in a murder case in which Misonzi Chamthunya is suspected to have killed his girlfriend Linda Gasa in August 2010.

Ngabu, Lundu Trade Barbs

The embattled Senior Chief Ngabu of Chikwawa has asked President Peter Mutharika to institute a fresh commission of inquiry to probe his conduct.

Maneb Donates Tree Seedlings To Kasungu Schools

The Malawi National Examination Board (Maneb) proved this week that their ideals do not only end at formulating and administering examinations in Malawi but also play a role as a citizen to ensure that the country has trees and they are cared for.

Mzuzu Eight Accused Of Defiling Modesty of Woman Out On Bail

Mzuzu Senior Resident Magistrate, Patrick Kamisa, has granted bail to eight people accused of beating and undressing a woman in that city during the weekend.

Increased Child Marriages And Teenage Pregnancies Blamed On Parenting

Parenting is thought to be contributing to rise in child marriages and teenage pregnancies in Mchinji district.

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