Minister of Gender, Social Welfare and Community Development, Patricia Kaliati, has called upon women willing to contest in the 2025 Tripartite Elections to start registering their names to appropriate bodies for better preparations.
A non-profit organization, Little Dresses For Africa (LDFA), has been the first to bail out Lameck Tonga, a boy who lost his legs in Mchinji in 2016, in a train accident and had no wheelchair and other necessities since the incident.
Residents around Mkanda trading centre and the surrounding areas in Mchinji district have spent over three months without electricity, following a faulty ESCOM transformer.
The Agricultural Development and Marketing Cooperation (ADMARC), has now opened its markets across the country with restricted adherence to Covid-19 guidelines.
Malawi and Zambia have set aside a special committee to help resolve boundary disputes between the two countries in some notable areas.
Over 753 crime cases have been registered in Mchinji from January to September 2020 compared to 560 cases registered in 2019 during the same period, representing a 34.4 percent increase.
Barely a day after Dr. Jane Ansah was blocked to exit the country through Mchinji border, the former MEC chairperson has finally been approved to leave the country by the Judiciary.
Hours after Justice Dr. Jane Ansah was sent back from the border post in Mchinji for lack of executive permission to exit the country into Zambia, immigration officials have, this morning, finally let the former chairperson of the Malawi Electoral Commission go on her trip to UK.
The department of immigration has blocked immediate-past chairperson of the Malawi Electoral Commission, Dr. Jane Ansah from exiting the country.