By Elijah Phompho
Government's decision to start implementing mandatory COVID-19 vaccination beginning from January next year in order to increase vaccination uptake in the country amid rising cases of COVID-19 continues to be facing resistance.
Written by Elijah Phompho
The consumer rights organization, Consumers Association of Malawi (CAMA) has expressed worries with delays by the Competition and Fair-Trading Commission (CFTC) to release findings into alleged collusive conduct by some cooking oil manufacturers who raised cooking oil prices some months ago.
Civil society leaders in Southern Africa have called for enhanced efforts to combat violence targeted at women and children which they say has escalated during the Covid-19 pandemic.
President, Dr. Lazarus Chakwera has lauded, Most Rev. George Desmond Tambala, new Archbishop for Lilongwe Archdiocese, describing him as a suitable shepherd.
Renowned columnist and social commentator Emily Mkamanga has passed on.
Guardians at Karonga district hospital have described the erratic water supply being experienced as a recipe for an outbreak of waterborne diseases.
A legislator is pushing for the devolving of the District Emergency Fund to the constituency level, arguing that this can assist in ensuring timely response to natural disasters at local level.
Statistics from the Directorate of Road Traffic and Safety Services-DRTSS show that 1,141 people have died on the road this year from January to September.
The Malawi Bureau of Standards (MBS) says its fertilizer market survey has found minimal challenges in compliance with standards such as under-weight and overweight.
Vice President Saulos Chilima has urged the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) member states to adopt commerce platforms so as to explore new market opportunities.