The Evangelical Association of Malawi EAM has challenged stakeholders dealing with the promotion of women and children in the country to be vigilant in their work in an effort to protect them from various forms of abuse as some children are forced to drop out of school due to child marriages and sexual exploitation.
Some Non-Governmental Organizations in the country have expressed reservations on how government is conducting consultations towards the review of the National Youth Policy and Act, which the stakeholders feel poses a great threat to the civic space.
Two Malawi Revenue Authority officers at Songwe Border post in Karonga are back to work from self isolation after coming in contact with some COVID-19 suspected cases.
The C.C.A.P Synod of Livingstonia’s Development Department (SOLDEV) has challenged farmers in the country to embrace conservation agriculture to maximize crop production on a small piece of land in light of harsh climatic shocks.
Father Joachim Msekanawose Morocco Mwale of the Karonga Diocese has become the first Catholic Priest to succumb to COVID-19 pandemic as he passed on today at Kamuzu Central Hospital.
Malawi continues to see an upsurge in the cases of Coronavirus with the latest figure of confirmed cases now at 1498 as of Friday, 3rd July.
Archbishop Thomas Luke Msusa of the Roman Catholic Church has urged people in the country to remain calm as they anxiously await announcement of the 23rd June 2020 Fresh Presidential Election results.
TEVET Authority has bailed out Ngara Community Technical College in Karonga with 15,000 face masks for preventing the spread of the novel Coronavirus, amid fears the students are at high risk of contracting diseases such as Cholera.