Countries Respond to Malawi’s Freddy Response; Recovery
Despite a delay that caused concern among Malawians and the nation’s leaders on the world’s response to the disaster that has hit Malawi resulting from Cyclone Freddy, now aid and support is pouring in.
Natural and Man-Made Shocks Overwhelm Malawi’s Economy
71-year-old Stelia Saka from Chavu village Traditional Authority Chiwere in Dowa, for the past three years has been harvesting just enough for her five-member family.
Malawi Election: What the Annulment Means For Democracy across Africa
Opposition supporters in Malawi have been celebrating after a panel of five top judges annulled the results of last May's presidential election.
Cane Cutters Accused of Fueling HIV
Authorities at Maseya area in Chikwawa have asked government and development partners to establish viable interventions targeting cane cutters who they suspect of are fueling HIV, a virus that causes AIDS.
Barber Offers Free Haircut to Outstanding Students
A Lilongwe based barber has taken his haircutting business to a whole new level offering free service to outstanding school pupils.
Police Officers Implicates President Mutharika in Albino Killings
A police officer who is among suspects in the murder of Macdonald Masambuka – a Person with albinism, yesterday told the court a list of people he claims are part of an albino killing syndicate.