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First Lady Monica Chakwera has pledged to fight for dignity and safety of girls and elderly in the country.

Blue Night Case Back in Court

Parties in the Blue Night case will on 12 November, 2020 appear before high court in Zomba for a scheduling conference where the court will set the ball rolling for the case.

Consumers Association of Malawi (CAMA) has predicted tough economic times ahead following the passing of Taxation Amendment Bill by parliament.

Land is one of treasures Malawians can boast about. Oxfam reports that “out of Malawi’s 9.8 million ha of land, only 5.3 million ha is considered suitable for cultivation. Of this, smallholder farmers have access to approximately 1.8 million ha of land while the rest is under estate farming.

Love Lands Man in Police Cell

Police in Chileka in Blantyre are keeping in custody Kondile Nedi 22, for unlawfully wounding Gladys Mbewe 27 after she had rejected his love proposal at Kuntaja village.

The Parliamentary Committee on Natural Resources and Climate Change says it will be a cheat on Malawians by government if Treasury insists on using carbon tax to increase tax base instead of mitigating climate change effects.

Women in Malawi on Friday took to the country’s streets to march against gender disparity in public appointments.

Illovo Sugar Malawi has paid over K6.4 million in support of Nchalo Women Group towards production of face masks in an effort to empower them while curbing further spread of COVID-19.

It's 10 a.m, and fog has covered part of Zomba Mountain, one of Malawi’s highest mountains. Hiking the mountain, it is a common sight to see women carrying piles of firewood on their heads and men loading wood on their bicycles.

The Water Sanitation and Health (WASH) organization, Water for People, has handed over modern toilets and boreholes to Nsoni and Chilimankhwanje primary schools in Chiradzulu.

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