Two well-known international organizations, Irish Aid and the European Union (EU) have bankrolled about K1 billion to implement social protection and climate change programs targeting over 60, 000 vulnerable families in an effort to reduce poverty in the country.
Malawi Housing Corporation (MHC) workers have ended their three-day strike after an assurance by Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban development Kezzie Msukwa that their grievances will be addressed.
The National Tuberculosis, TB and Leprosy Control Program has unveiled plans to extend TB mobile diagnostic units to airports and borders in order to scale up screening initiatives.
Chairperson of the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Dr Mathews Ngwale, has demanded a vigorous action from rural masses to create evidence of demand for legalization of abortion in Malawi amid resistance which the bill has been facing in parliament.
The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has expressed hope that it will manage to raise K450 million to support the Flames to prepare and fully participate in the AFCON cup slated for 2022 in Cameroon.
The Industrial Relations Court in Blantyre has indicated that it will resume hearing of cases from October 1 this year after the court had stopped hearing matters to concentrate on writing of judgements amid complaints that the backlog of cases there is denying people to get justice on time.
The Ministry of Transport and Public Works has expressed optimism that ministry of finance will strike a loan deal soon to construct 90 kilometres of 140 kilometres Tsangano-Neno-Mwanza Road project.
The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) says is yet to receive funding from government for the National Football Team’ camp in preparations against Ivory Coast in the World cup qualifiers slated for October 8 and 11 this year.
The NICO group says the blossoming of the film industry can assist the country achieve economic growth and create job opportunities to the youth.
A humanitarian organization, Malawi Red Cross Society (MRCS) says it has injected 2.1 billion kwacha to increase disaster resilience through early action targeting urban areas in the country.