Youths in the country have demanded full representation in the technical functions of the government as the country implements the 2063 development agenda.
Mangochi Senior Resident Magistrate's Court on Thursday, August 26, 2021, convicted and sentenced an 18 year old boy to 13 years’ imprisonment with hard labor for robbery which is contrary to section 301 of the Penal Code.
Police in Mangochi have arrested eight men for blocking the Makawa-Njereza road with an intention of restricting plants and vehicles from Cement Products Limited who use the same road from moving in and out of the factory.
Centre for Disability and Elderly Affairs (CDEA) has eased mobility challenges to about 20 people with disabilities from Traditional Authority (T/A) Jalasi in Mangochi by giving them tricycles.
The Natural Resources Justice Network (NRJN) in Malawi says efforts by the current administration to reform the mining sector will not yield anticipated results unless a serious forensic audit is conducted to stamp out corruption in the sector which is deep-rooted.
The Senior Resident Magistrate’s Court in Mangochi on Monday August 09, 2021, sentenced 28-year-old, Willard Chimwaza, to a total of 63 years’ imprisonment with hard labour, 21 each for trafficking in persons and raping two women aged 18 and 22.
Gender, Community Development and Social Welfare Minister, Patricia Kaliati, has applauded a magistrate court in Mangochi for imprisoning a mother for permitting her husband to defile their 14-year-old daughter.
A 53 years old man, identified as Edson Chidzokombwe, is in police custody in Mangochi for suspected to have defiled his 12 -year – old biological daughter.
A Senior Resident Magistrate Court in Mangochi on Thursday, convicted and sentenced a 33-year-old mother to 5 years imprisonment with hard labour for permitting her husband to defile their 14-year-old daughter.
Mangochi Senior Resident Magistrate's court on Wednesday July 14, 2021, convicted and sentenced Joseph Razalo, 20, to 17- and 9-years’ imprisonment with hard labour for rape and burglary respectively.