Linda Tembo

Linda Tembo

National Planning Commission has advised the donor community to review their reporting style on Malawi’s development which discourages potential investors from coming to Malawi.

National Planning Commission has advised the donor community to review their reporting style on Malawi’s development which discourages potential investors from coming to Malawi.

Attorney General, Dr. Chikosa Silungwe, says he will be submitting authority to proceed for Homeland Security minister, Richard Chimwendo-Banda, to sign for the extradition of Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary.

As the world commemorates International Human Rights Day, local players in children affairs are of the view that more efforts need to be employed to ensure children are enjoying their rights. 

The Lilongwe Magistrate Court has granted former Minister of Lands Symon Vuwa Kaunda bail following his arrest on Tuesday on corruption allegations. 

Youth Net and Counselling YONECO has implored stakeholders in sexual and reproductive health to start engaging in order to arrive at an agreeable age of consent in the country, in as far as sexual reproductive rights are concerned.

The 2020 MISA Malawi awards held on 3rd October were a reminder to many journalists particularly those that won different prizes that their work is of great influence to society.

The High Court in Lilongwe has today sentenced former Minister of Homeland Security Uladi Mussa and former Immigration Official David Kwanjana to 5 years imprisonment with hard labor and another 12 months for neglect of official duties.

President Lazarus Chakwera says his administration will not condone lawlessness of any form warning perpetrators of violence to desist from such or face the law.

Unknown people set ablaze part of Kumbali Lodge in Lilongwe's Area 44 in the early hours of Sunday.

The arsonists are suspected to be encroachers, according to the Director of the property Guy Pickering.

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