Two Arrested Over Fake Bank Notes
Police in Mzuzu have arrested two people over possession and usage of forged Malawi Kwacha notes and Tanzania Motorcycle blue books.
CSAT Discusses Delays to Fill Key Govt Positions
Center for Social Accountability and Transparency says that delays to approve key personnel in various public offices is a contributing factor to continued lack of transparency and accountability in most government sectors.
Media Council Worried With MACRA's Stance on License Revocations
Media Council of Malawi says MACRA’s move to revoke licenses of some media houses has the potential of promoting fake news and lead to loss of jobs.
Crime Declines While Road Accidents Increase In Mzuzu
Mzuzu Police spokesperson Inspector Paul Tembo, has told Zodiak Thursday that criminal activities in the city have decreased by at least 2 percent while road accidents have increased by 16%.
Ownership Of Projects By Community Members To Help Make Impact
Director of Operations for World Vision Charles Chimombo says ownership of the said projects by people in communities, is one way of ensuring that development projects have a long-lasting impact in communities.
Lowe Wants Tobacco Farmers to Earn More
The Minister of Agriculture, Lobin Lowe, says his goal this season is to ensure that farmers benefit fully from their tobacco sales, unlike in the past when they would incur losses as most of their profits were channeled to repayment of loans.
Minister Wants Thriving Energy Sector
The ministry of energy has complained about being one of the neglected ministries in the country, despite the role it plays in national development, a status quo minister Ibrahim Matola says has to end.
STUM Wants Children Trained Against Corruption At Tender Age
The Sunday School Teachers United Movement in Malawi - STUM says the continued rise in corrupt practices and moral decay among the country's citizens can be nipped in the bud if kids are trained to virtues such as honest and integrity at a tender age.
ICAM Suspends & Fines Members
Institute of Chartered Accountants in Malawi Council has suspended and fined its members for being found guilty of defrauding funds belonging to their employers.
MZUNI Students Demand Accountability on MK15 Million Funds for Needy Students
Eight months after Mzuzu University raised 15million Kwacha from a big walk to support needy students, the funds are yet to be disbursed and a number of needy students from the institution are likely to miss examinations due to outstanding fees balances.