The Malawi tobacco industry has received a boost with the coming in of a new company from Serbia to start buying the leaf this selling season.
Malawi’s Vice president Dr. Saulosi Chilima has acknowledged the need to formulate a clear national health roadmap to improve delivery of care services in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic.
SPECIAL REPORT: The Dilemma In Childbearing; Bwaila Hospital Interns Left To Handle Complicated Cases
In this special assignment, Grace Khombe is at Bwaila hospital in the capital city Lilongwe (Malawi) exposing weaknesses in the health system as inexperienced health professionals are reportedly entrusted to handle complicated cases especially in the maternity ward resulting in pregnant women dying in labour ward, some having to develop physical disabilities as a result of negligent maternal care.
Land disputes between the proprietor of Kumbali lodge and neighboring communities have resulted into the loss of property worth millions of kwacha, belonging to the lodge.
The Supreme Court of Appeal has upheld the high court judgment which had nullified the parliamentary election for Mangochi West Constituency results of May 2019.
Lilongwe City council has locked down a compound in Area 9 where three people who tested positive on Coronavirus reside for close monitoring.
The Centre for Social research of Chancellor College says it is high time political leaders started upholding views of Malawians on how to run the country in this majoritarian dispensation.
There is friction and rising suspicions at the Department of Road Traffic and Safety Services where a crop of 62 non-established officers working in the IT section has been on contract for three years and are being prepared for a forth year.