The Malawi Police Service says two case files have been opened against people suspected to have injured an ambulance driver and two health workers for Thyolo district hospital and damaged an ambulance during burial of Group Village Head Kapichi on Monday, 16th August, 2021.
At least 58 chiefs in the area of Senior Chief Chikumbu in Mulanje on Saturday received Johnson & Johnson vaccine during an impromptu COVID-19 sensitization meeting convened by the Senior Chief.
The Ex-miners Association of Malawi says it is fed up with unconvincing explanations from Government on why it is failing to influence payment of their social security benefits.
The media has been challenged to lead in popularizing Access to Information (ATI) law to rural masses as a developmental legislation.
Government through the Ministry of Gender, Community Development and Social Welfare says it will soon make official announcement on upward adjustment of the number of beneficiaries of Social Cash Transfer Programme (SCTP).
Long distances to police structures and inadequate police officers in rural areas continue to stifle efforts to effectively respond to survivors of gender-based violence.
A Mulanje based non-governmental organization, Othakarhaka Foundation, has donated pushbikes worth K2 million to 15 vulnerable secondary school students in Mulanje to ease their mobility challenges to schools.
Musician Lawi whose real name is Francis Phiri has partnered with Mulanje Mountain Conservation Trust (MMCT) to voice concerns over the depletion of the environment in Mulanje Mountain.
Special needs education student teachers at Montfort Special Needs Education College in Chiradzulu have on Friday boycotted their examinations over disagreements with college authorities who are demanding the learners to return computer tablets to the school upon finishing their examinations.
One of the renowned drama groups in Malawi, Kwathu Drama Group, says it will soon release a play dramatizing Billy Kaunda’s book, Hills and Valleys.