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The Royal Institute of International Affairs has awarded five Malawi judges who tried the Presidential election case for upholding independence of the judiciary in their historic ruling of February this year.

Good Health Organisation has intensified its efforts to wipe out early pregnancies and marriages by among other things, drilling various community structures, including the youth, on sexual and reproductive rights and child protection in Kasungu District.

Government has committed to ensuring that National Statistical Office (NSO) receives adequate funding in order to continue producing evidence-based data to be used for policy development and planning.

Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has urged chiefs not to engage in politics as the campaign is underway in Lilongwe North West Constituency.

Lilongwe, October 24, Mana: Southern African Development Community (SADC) has called on the United States of America (USA) to immediately rescind the economic sanctions placed on Zimbabwe since 2001.

The United Nations in Malawi congratulates the World Food Programme (WFP) for winning the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize and commends the existing partnerships with national authorities, the private sector, and communities to effectively respond to food insecurity in the country since 1965.

Saturday stormy rains in Mzimba have blown-off roof-tops for numerous houses in the area of Inkosi ya Makosi Mmbelwa including the Edingeni Community Day Secondary School.

Zodiak has been informed that a lot more other property has been destroyed in the area.

Chimwemwe Chisi, a teacher at  Edingeni CDSS, said among the damaged property are 21 computers, books in the library and other teaching and learning materials which were soaked in water.

Meanwhile, Faith Longwe, a  Relief and Rehabilitation Officer for the disaster office at the Mmbelwa district council, says the office will assess extent of the damage Monday or Tuesday to recommend action.

The Minister of Youth and Sports Ulemu Msungama has warned the contractor for the Neno Integrated Youth Centre, under the Job for Youth project against poor workmanship and corruption.

The minister said on Saturday his desire is to see actual designs on the ground so youth of Neno acquire entrepreneurial and technical skills as part of one million jobs creation agenda.

The Managing Director for Magalasi Construction Company, Room Gombwa, assured the minister of quality works and to include local communities in the workforce.

Journalists Association Against Aids has launched an initiative to lobby for the procurement of TB diagnosis equipment in district hospitals across the country.

JournalAids program manager, Dingani Mithi, said investigations showed that most district hospitals cannot diagnose TB at an early stage due to inadequate equipment.

Diagnosis of TB at an early stage is crucial to effective treatment.

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