Stakeholders are banking their hope in the yet to be rolled out Mass Child Registration program that targets a total of 8.4 million children below the age of 16.
Worried with low COVID-19 vaccine uptake, health experts have tipped the Ministry of Health to devise new approaches to increase numbers of the vaccinated.
Economists and Human Rights experts are proposing development of National Inequality Reduction Action Plans for Southern Africa Development Countries (SADC) to do away with the growing inequality among citizens.
Partners in Health has launched a five-year strategic plan with a call to invest in community health work in order for the nation to build a resilient health system.
A total of 350 Ethiopian nationals are bound for repatriation, an exercise rolled out by the Immigration Department in partnership with the Ethiopian government.
The Consumers Association of Malawi (CAMA) has accused government of being defiant due to failure by various Ministries, Departments and Agencies to respond to public concerns.
A group of owners of Tipper Trucks has grown frustrated over what it calls monopolization by some mine owners who are now transporting products such as quarry from their mining sites.
The Women Manifesto Movement plans to engage women who have recently been appointed to top government positions to discuss with them how best they can serve the nation.
Minister of Transport and Public Works, Jacob Hara has revealed that only three councils have submitted budget estimates for rehabilitation works on roads and bridges that were washed away by the recent floods the country experienced.
An Audit by the ministry of local government on outstanding projects has revealed that a majority of projects have stalled as a result of failure by utility bodies to provide their service.