The Centre for Social Concern (CfSC) has warned that maize prices in the country could double in the next three months unless government urgently intervenes.
Police in Chiradzulu are yet to arrest some unknown criminals who attacked and robbed a mobile money businessman about K400 000 cash and two laptops in the district.
Some temporary ground labourers at Chiradzulu District hospital have bemoaned poor working conditions they are being subjected to at the district's main hospital a development they claim is affecting their welfare.
Ministry of education has disclosed plans to start engaging stakeholders on its plans for primary school teachers in the country to be graduating with diplomas and degrees from their respective teacher training colleges (TTCs).
Ministry of Foreign Affairs has urged University of Malawi Child Rights Legal Clinic to exercise patience on its petition regarding protection of children Rights in the country.
Candidates for the on going Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) for Chiradzulu Community Day Secondary School yesterday tussled with some community members over the use the district council hall.
About 2,840 primary school learners in Chiradzulu district dropped out of school last year alone due to, among other challenges, inadequate infrastructure as well as long distances the learners walk to access the basic education.
The Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) church South Lunzu district has urged people in the country to embrace the spirit of cheering one another especially in times of need such as sickness.
The ICT Association of Malawi (ICTAM) has described a recent decision by telecommunication companies in the country to revise upwards prices for their products as a deterrent of internet as well as telecommunications accessibility among most people in the country.
Private Schools Association of Malawi (PRISAM), an umbrella organization of private schools in the country has challenged the school owners to register with the Ministry of Education saying they stand to benefit a lot once they do that.