A 27 year-old-man in Nkhota-Kota has been sentenced to six and seven years imprisonment with hard labour for defiling two sisters in a row.
Ministry of Industry has tipped cooperatives and Saccos in the country to devise measures that would maintain and cushion their membership in the face of COVID 19 which they say will soon become an economic problem other than just a health issue.
Councilors in the country have been challenged to put politics aside and help in safeguarding land in their various councils to end a curtail that has seen prime land being sold to none Malawian nationals.
There were running battles between the police and residents baying pursuing a murder suspect in the area of Traditional Authority Maganga in Salima this morning.
Anglican Bishop Brighton Malasa who is a patron for Malawi Creation Care Network says unless citizens start refraining from using thin plastics the ban on the same will not be effective.
Use of mother groups to promote girls Education in Salima has been hailed for making significant strides as many girls are now staying in school.
Police in Salima have arrested three men for entering a protected area and endangering protected species.
Some of the people who got trapped by floods on Kakuyu, a farming island in Dwangwa, Nkhotakota district want government to speedily relocate them upland.
Director of Chiefs in the ministry of Local Government, Charles Makanga, says taking chieftaincy disagreements to courts doesn’t solve matters but rather delays progress thereby derailing development as solutions are with loyal families.