Close to 100 Drown in 8 Months

Statistics from the Malawi Police Service show that 99 people have drowned in various parts of the country between January and August this year, a slightly low figure compared to what was registered in the same period last year.

Chakwera Off to Kenya; UNGA

President Lazarus Chakwera is in Nairobi, Kenya, on his way to the United States of America for this year’s United Nations General Assembly - UNGA.

Wikise Summoned to Explain "Njoyako" Lyrics

Real estate company Altas Realtors has summoned its brand ambassador musician Wikise to discuss the future of their partnership after he released a song which the firm says is contrary to its values.

PRISAM Impressed With Management of MSCE Exams

The Private Schools Association of Malawi (PRISAM) has expressed satisfaction over the management of this year Malawi School certificate of Education (MSCE) examinations.

Govt, MISA Malawi Challenge Media on ATI Act

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.

Fired Thyolo Adult Literacy Instructors Demand Pay

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.

Girl Arrested Over a Dumped Baby in Thyolo

Police have arrested a 15-year-old girl on suspicion that she concealed birth and later dumped the infant in the bush last Thursday.

Nico Group Tees Off One Nico Challenge

NICO Group has given prizes to various golfers in the second edition of One NICO Executive Golf Challenge tournament conducted on Saturday at Limbe Country Club in Blantyre to boost golf sporting activity in the country.

NICE Volunteers Challenged to Sensitize Locals on Justice Process

Local civic education volunteers in Thyolo have been challenged to help communities understand judicial process including police and court bails.

Parliament Wants Malawi- S. Sudan Deal Reviewed

The Parliamentary Committee on Trade, Industry and Tourism has asked the Ministry of Agriculture to review the government-facilitated contract on the export of food items from Malawi to South Sudan.

Analysts Speak on Queen’s Influence on Malawi

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.

President Chakwera Mourns Queen’s Death

President Lazarus Chakwera has joined hundreds of world leaders in mourning the death of the United Kingdom’s monarch, Queen Elizabeth II.

Copyright Fund Excites Musicians Association

The Musicians Association of Malawi (MAM) has expressed its enthusiasm for the launch of the Copyright Fund by the Copyright Society of Malawi (COSOMA), which aims to help artists in Malawi finance creative projects.

Malawi Facing Challenges to Meet H2O Targets

The ministry of water and sanitation has admitted that the sector still remains with serious gaps to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) number 6 on clean water and sanitation for all.

Suspected Cement Thief Out on Bail

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.

Baby Found Dead in Thyolo

A baby has been found dead in Mlambudzi village in the area of Inkosi Bvumbwe in Thyolo.

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