Economic experts have expressed different opinions on government’s decision to buy 20 luxury vehicles for delegates attending the Southern African Development Community – SADC, 41st Summit, currently underway in Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe.
Two local governance organizations, Women’s Legal Resources Center, and Democracy Works Foundation have noted that University Youth Wings and political parties need to work together in an attempt of dealing with issues of exploiting young people in institutions of higher learning.
The Ministry of Tourism has advised Malawians to embrace local domestic tourism following a drop in foreign tourists due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
A baseline study conducted in some parts of Rumphi has revealed that male dominance on social issues continues to be a major hindrance in dealing with gender-based violence-related issues in the district.
A Mental health expert has suggested that Malawi should have more reformatory services in its prisons for effective reformation of inmates.
Latest statistics from Police headquarters in Lilongwe show that seventy six people have committed suicide in the country with men topping the list that was recorded between January and March this year.
Malawi is expected to receive the second batch of COVID-19 vaccine doses in May this year, government has confirmed.
Police in Rumphi is keeping in custody a woman while her husband is on the run, for aiding 19 illegal immigrants.
Traditional leaders in Nkhota-kota, Nkhatabay and Mzimba districts have warned that they will continue encroaching Dwambazi Livestock Farm until government shares them part of the idle land for farm use.Senior Group Village Head Katumbi Mbalale of Nkhota-kota says their subjects do not have land for farming yet government has several idle land.