Embangweni Mission Hospital in Mzimba, will now wear a new face following renovations which are underway to reduce some of the challenges faced by the facility owned by the CCAP Synod of Livingstonia health department.
Three form four girls have been expelled at Kanjuchi Community Day Secondary School in Mzimba over allegations that they may have been practicing witchcraft.
The National Initiative for Civic Education Trust is demanding of journalists nothing but ethical execution of their work away from reporting that has potential to incite violence ahead of pronouncement of the verdict in the presidential election case by the five-member panel of constitutional court judges.
In its quest to compliment government efforts aimed at reducing challenges that weigh down the education sector, World Vision Malawi has handed over a K60 million girls hostel at Chindindi Community Day Secondary school in Mzimba South.
Teachers who were not paid December 2019 salaries on account of failure to submit national identity cards as now required in Malawi, have stopped teaching in a demonstration of frustration at the development.
Inkosi ya Makosi Mmbelwa the fifth says the chiefs council has finally resolved the decade long wrangles over the Inkosi Mzikubola throne by designating Mr Khetwayo Jere as the rightful heir in a matter which was being fought in the courts.
Congestion has worsened at Rumphi district hospital where authorities now say the situation is beyond their control.
Managers of the Chikangawa forest concession area, Raiply Malawi, are concerned that in November alone, 1000 hectares of young trees have been destroyed in fires started by villagers surrounding the forest.
SOS Children's Village says close to 7 million ultra poor people are not being reached by government safety net programs hence failing to provide for children in their families.
Tovwirane Organization says there is need to continue supporting women aspiring for political positions if they are to increase their representation in the 2024 elections.