The Catholic University of Malawi on Thursday planted 2, 500 trees around the institution’s premises in a move aimed at restoring the country’s depleted environment.
There are prospects of reduced malaria attacks at Chiradzulu hospital following the spraying of terminator chemical by AHL Group which controls pests including mosquitoes, bed bugs and cockroaches.
An Environmentalist has decried continued failure by the country to protect the trees that are planted year in year out saying stakeholders are spending billions of kwacha in such initiatives without follow up on the trees to ensure maximum survival.
An 8 year old girl at Chimwankhunda in Blantyre is in dire need of assistance as she requires a kidney transplant.
The Malawi Council for the Handicapped (MACOHA) has bailed out 160 students with disabilities from challenges of school fees in various secondary schools across the country.
The High Court in Blantyre will on March 4, 2020 start hearing the case in which a Malawi Congress Party (MCP) parliamentary aspirant for Mangochi Monkey Bay, Gerald Kazembe, is contesting the victory of Minister of Transport and Public Works, Ralph Jooma, of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).
A number of school in the country have issued notices that they shall be releasing learners for mid-term holiday earlier than normal as a safety measure against the uncertainties around the aftermath of pronouncement of election case judgment.
Teachers across the country have vowed to continue with their sit-in until they get their December 2019 salaries.
Health authorities have confirmed that three more cases of suspected Cholera have been recorded in Blantyre city.
The Supreme Court of Appeal in Blantyre has adjourned to February 7 hearing of an application for a stay of execution of judgment on Mangochi West Parliamentary election case.