An international media organization Women In News - World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers-WAN-IFRA, has described the year 2021 as the worst for the media industry due to COVID-19 pandemic.
A grouping of young people in TA Malili’s area in Lilongwe has called for equitable access to sexual reproductive health services if Malawi is to end rising cases of child marriages.
Illovo Sugar Malawi has tipped stakeholders in the fight against Covid-19 to always assess challenges communities are facing and provide feedback if the country is to win the fight.
Health personnel in Lilongwe have tipped Non-Governmental Organisations to always conduct beneficiaries' research before assisting rural health facilities in the country if the fight against Covid-19 is to yield desirable results.
As COVID19 cases are rising in what has been termed as the third wave, communities in T/A Chimutu and T/A Tsabango have vowed to continue following set prevention guidelines in a quest to avoid further spread of the virus.
United Nations Human Rights Council virtually brought together journalists, officials from human rights organisation and the Media Institute of Southern Africa MISA Malawi chapter to assess how government is implementing human rights recommendations.
Malawi records a sixth Covid-19 death as active cases shoot to 472, with 250 of these being managed as out-patients under self-isolation.