Latest statistics from Police headquarters in Lilongwe show that seventy six people have committed suicide in the country with men topping the list that was recorded between January and March this year.
Malawi is expected to receive the second batch of COVID-19 vaccine doses in May this year, government has confirmed.
Police in Rumphi is keeping in custody a woman while her husband is on the run, for aiding 19 illegal immigrants.
Traditional leaders in Nkhota-kota, Nkhatabay and Mzimba districts have warned that they will continue encroaching Dwambazi Livestock Farm until government shares them part of the idle land for farm use.Senior Group Village Head Katumbi Mbalale of Nkhota-kota says their subjects do not have land for farming yet government has several idle land.
Some teachers in various schools in Mzuzu are currently staging a stay away demanding risk allowances from Government.
UTM has condemned acts by its followers who paraded a coffin covered with Malawi Congress Party MCP cloth as they celebrated unofficial victory in the Karonga North West Constituency by - election on Wednesday.
The Ministry of Education has taken to task some private schools that are not abiding to the harmonized schools calendar that has resulted in early closure in their first term.
Malawi Health Equity Network has asked Government to stop implementing Zikomo Presidential awards for health workers urging that it may demotivate some professionals that might not be rewarded.
Security officers at Mzuzu Coffee have sealed the main entrance to the premises as a way of demanding payment of their salaries dating back from 2017.