Government and Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Malawi have urged the journalists in the country to understand the provisions in the Access to Information Act so as to know how to request information from the government information officers.
Around 200 adult literacy instructors in Thyolo have bemoaned delay by the government to pay them their 2017-2019 honoraria arrears after they were fired for under-qualification.
Local civic education volunteers in Thyolo have been challenged to help communities understand judicial process including police and court bails.
Political analyst George Chaima and historian Chrispin Mphande say Malawians should join the rest of the world in celebrating the life of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdon who died on Thursday because she contributed to the country's economic development.
First Grade Magistrate Phillip Chibwana in Balaka has granted bail to Geoffrey Chimphonda, a foreman at Macbuilt Construction Company who was arrested last Friday for allegedly stealing 400 bags of cement worth 4.6 million kwacha.