As debate on revelations for the country’s increased debt levels continues, All African Conference of Churches (AACC) has asked Minister of Finance to account for the country’s accumulated debts; explaining how they were taken and used.
The government says it is working tirelessly to migrate Christian Health Association of Malawi (Cham) payroll of over 10,000 employees into its Human Resources Management Information System (HRMIS).
Some auxiliary teachers in the country have renewed their call for the government to come out clear on the future of a four-year K215 billion ($210 million) World Bank financed Malawi Education Reform Programme (MERP) since they are stranded in schools after the expiry of the Covid-19 related contracts.
The Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM) says it has lost about 400 transformers from January this year, owing to vandalism.
Scientists in the country believe exposing primary and secondary school girls to science environment is key in increasing the number of female scientists that can join forces to solve emerging problems such as Covid-19 and fuel shortage.
At least five incidents of indiscipline were recorded in the just ended 2022 academic year where secondary school students damaged infrastructure.
An agriculture expert, Ronald Chilumpha, has expressed concern over the delay by the government to finalise the farmer club’s registration to benefit from this year's Affordable Inputs Programme (AIP).
The Malawi Police Service is weighing in options to have Bvumbwe and Nansadi police formations to be under Thyolo police station as requested by the District Council in April this year.
A 34-year old primary school teacher who was answering a defilement case in Thyolo has been found hanging dead on a tree, police suspect suicide.
Education authorities in Thyolo have conceded that shortage of classroom blocks and desks is affecting education standards and performance in the district.