Malawi Runs Short of Cholera Vaccine Amid Major Outbreak

Lilongwe: The Ministry of Health in Malawi says it is uncertain when the country will receive another consignment of oral cholera vaccine as there is a high demand of the vaccines globally which is putting pressure on donors.

Goshen Foundation Corporation Donates to Chisomo Orphanage Centre

Goshen Foundation Corporation has challenged people in the country to inculcate a spirit of love in order to address numerous challenges facing orphaned children and the elderly.

Wasibu's "6 Hindrances To Grace" Hits The Shelf

Victory Out-Reach ministry's founder and overseer, Prophet Gracious Wasibu has released his debut book the “6 Hindrances to growth in grace" a dedication to Prophetess Dr. Mary Bushiri of the ECG Jesus Nation church.

PRISAM Partners Higher Learning Institutions on Training

The Private Schools Association of Malawi (PRISAM) has partnered with Domasi College of Education (DCE) and DMI University to train teachers.

Nampota Laid to Rest

Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Blantyre Archdiocese, Thomas Luke Msusa, has called on lawyers and judges to continue striving to uphold truth and constitutionalism in the country.

Tembo Fetes Constituents with Bonanza

Member of parliament for Neno North Constituency, Thoko Tembo, on Tuesday organised a day long Bonanza as a way of thanking the people of his area for support rendered since 2019.

Lawyers Mourn Nampota

The country’s legal fraternity is mourning the death of renowned lawyer and former Director General for the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Alexious Nampota who died at Blantyre Adventist Hospital on the Chrisman eve after a short illness.

78 Percent Declare Assets, 20 LPOs Verified in Malawi - ODPOD

A preliminary annual assessment report has indicated that 78 percent of the Listed Public Officers (LPOs) have declared their assets, with the low grade officers as the most defaulters.

AACC Wants Finance Minister Account for Malawi's K6. 3 tn Debts

The All African Conference of Churches (AACC) has expressed concerns that the Minister of Finance is yet to account for the country’s K6. 3 trillion accumulated debts; explaining how they were taken and used, four months after the revelations.

Poaching Pressure Hits Liwonde National Park

Liwonde National Park is gradually becoming under siege. Aggression of poachers on wildlife and game rangers is increasing.

Some Youth Want Retired Muluzi Back

A Mzuzu University-based political analyst says recent activities by some young people branding themselves as Friends of Atupele can be a way of testing the political ground for a comeback into the country's politics after announcing his retirement in May this year.

Village Headman Naphiyo 2 Arrested over AIP Fraud in Thyolo

A day after Zodiak carried a story on Affordable Inputs Programme (AIP) mess involving chiefs and vendors at Goliati selling point in Thyolo, agriculture authorities have busted the syndicate and forced Village Headman Naphiyo 2 to return K200, 000 he allegedly solicited from beneficiaries.

Goliati Vendors Boycott Market Fees Over Refuse

Vendors at Goliati market in Thyolo are boycotting paying daily fees from Monday this week to force the district council to collect refuse which they claim have piled up since 2017.

1, 600 Babies Born on Christmas Day

About 1,636 babies were born on Christmas Day this year in health facilities across the country.

Thyolo Farmers Struggle to Access AIP Fertiliser

Hope to harvest bumper yields this year is slowly diminishing for scores of smallholder farmers in four traditional authorities in Thyolo as some claim to have been going to Goliati selling point for three weeks now without redeeming fertiliser under the Affordable Inputs Programme (AIP).

LL City Ecological Corridor Initiative, Making the City Green & Clean

Minister of Local Government Blessings Chinsinga says the establishment of modern cities can go along well only with ecological and environmental sustainability.

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