Minister of transport and public works, Ralph Juma says grading public road networks is very important as the roads increase access to markets of agricultural produce mainly this time when people are harvesting.
Maranatha Academy has introduced online learning in an effort to enable learners in the country to access education this time when schools are closed owing to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Over 450 cotton farmers in Chikwawa have accused Nchalo Greenbelt Limited for failing to pay them their money for the period of seven months.
Education Minister Dr. William Susuwele Banda says government cannot in anyway bow down to pressure and re-open schools for examinations amid escalating corona virus threats.
The Lilongwe City Council has ventured into a sweeping and spray exercise in some of the city’s markets, aimed at disinfecting public places as worry of the spraid of Coronavirus continues.
Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace of the Mzuzu diocese has called on Government and various stakeholders to take a stand on failure to manage the rule of law which has seen Malawi turning into a lawless nation over the years.