96 permanent state house workers have applied for an injunction at the Industrial Relations Court to stop their employer from transferring them to other government institutions.
The Communication Workers Union of Malawi (COWUMA) has expressed fear of job losses at Malawi Telecommunication Limited (MTL).
Employers in the country say delay by government to call for a Tripartite Labor Advisory Council (TLAC) meeting is deterring them from discussing minimum wage for employees.
The Independent Complaints Commission (ICC) which started operating last year to investigate police misconduct says it has received over 100 complaints so far.
Commercial tobacco growers have presented to government issues which they feel if addressed, will promote the industry and, most importantly, the country’s economy.
The Chewa Heritage Foundation (CHEFO) says it has dissolved a committee which was organizing the Mkumano wa Achewa fundraiser in preparation for Kulamba cultural event.
Government and one of its partners, Malawi Red Cross Society (MRCS) say it is possible to reach 70 percent COVID-19 vaccination target by June next year.
Musician Guntolah, real name Abdurashid Maloko, has embarked on a project aimed at raising awareness on HIV/AIDS and Sexual Reproductive Health among young people.
A fourth-year student at the University of Malawi, Mark Christopher Pakanati, has taken an initiative of producing video tutorials on secondary school lessons and upload them online.
A boy with albinism who is also a child parliamentarian for Mwanza Central, Chisomo Goliati, says there have a number of interventions on matters that concern them courtesy of child parliament.