Mangochi Police Station has registered an overall 16 Percent crime decrease in the just ended year 2022.
The Catholic Church in Malawi says what the Church’s Bishops aspired for in their pastoral letter ‘Living our Faith’ 30 years ago has not yet been achieved.
The Mangochi Senior Resident Magistrate's Court on November 23, 2022 convicted and sentenced a 34-year-old man, Andrew Sawabu, to 2 years’ imprisonment with hard labour for wounding a police officer and K350 thousand kwacha fine for causing death by reckless driving.
The Mangochi Senior Resident Magistrate Court on Thursday October 27, 2022, convicted and sentenced Mpandileni Kassim, 43, a Malawian and his Mozambican accomplice, Usuman Sabiti, 19, to 7 and 3 years imprisonment with hard labour respectively for trafficking in persons.
Malawi Business Coalition on Health (MBCH), formerly Malawi Business Coalition on HIV and Aids, says it will lobby more employers to invest in preventive measures on non-communicable diseases which are now a new threat to business.
Police in Monkey Bay have arrested a man identified as Buba Kapanga, 31, on suspicion he has been defiling his 11-year-old step daughter.
The Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services (DCCMS) has raised concern over the increasing vandalism of the department’s equipment, saying it is putting the lives of many people at risk, without being aware of the weather forecast.
Education authorities in Mangochi and Zomba districts have admitted that failure to plant and take care of trees around schools is one of the major contributing factors that have left many schools vulnerable to disasters.
A First Grade Magistrate’s Court in Monkey-bay on Thursday convicted and sentenced Betchamin John, 24, for stealing a motorcycle.
As the country continues to register more cases of violence against children, National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) Public Trust, has started engaging learners in primary schools with legal literacy sessions.