Presidential advisor on safe motherhood Dorothy Ngoma has proposed that government should consider two children per family policy as a measure of controlling the booming population.
The fight against tuberculosis and HIV/Aids in Malawi continues to face challenges, especially with some herbalists who continue to claim they have cures for the two diseases.
Mining minister, Albert Mbawala, says his ministry has registered the National Mining Company and pushed a proposal for a five billion Kwacha funding to the treasury.
The recent appointment of a shadow cabinet by the leader of opposition in Parliament, Kondwani Nankhumwa, continues to attract dissenting views as Joseph Mwanamvekha and Bright Msaka have excused themselves from the appointments.
Executive Director for the Center for Multiparty Democracy, Kizito Tenthani, says the deregistration of over 50 political parties by the registrar of political parties has no effect on the growth of democracy in Malawi.
A three year-old-girl has been diagnosed with polio in Lilongwe to mark the resurfacing of the disease which was wiped out two years ago in Africa.
The Roads Fund Administration (RFA) says it will install toll gates on the Mchinji – Lilongwe Road and Chitemba on the Karonga – Mzuzu road.
The Ministry of Education has challenged teachers in the country to honor rules and regulations that guide the profession in order to uplift the country's education sector.
The National Registration Bureau (NRB) has procured three medium printing machines to speed up the citizen registration process across the country after numerous concerns emerged on delays in the renewal and replacement of the National Identity Cards.
For the fourth crop season now in Malawi, Hosten Kathelamo, has consistently used Blue Deebaj branded fertilizer products and services from Africa Fertilizers Limited-AFL-and he attests that it has always paid him back quality crop and a bumper yield.