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6 Defilement Suspects Roaming Freely Around Euthini in Mzimba

Officers at Euthini police unit in Mzimba have come under fire from the community for thwarting the fight against gender-based violence as they are failing to arrest defilement suspects while releasing others on dubious police bails.

Contractor of Jenda-Edingeni Road in Mzimba May Suspend Works Over K1.2 billion Payment

China Railway No 05 Engineering group has given government 21 days for it to pay the company an outstanding sum of K1.2 billion or they will suspend works on the 15.8 kilometer stretch of the Jenda - Edingeni road, from Chindoka to Embangweni.

Truck Driver Arrested in Mzimba for Obstructing Presidential Convoy

 Police in Mzuzu have arrested a truck driver for allegedly obstructing President Lazarus Chakwera's convoy in Mzimba, yesterday Sunday.

Government urged to employ IPTE 13 and 14 teachers

Principal Director for Alma Private teachers college has implored government to recruit all teachers under IPTE-13 and 14 to fill prevailing gaps in the primary education sector.

First Lady Monica Chakwera courts Malawians In Diaspora On Social Work

The first lady, Monica Chakwera says Malawi should have laws for Social Workers that can protect and promote the rights of professionals who work with their clients like street-connected children and victims of gender-based violence.

Mixed Reactions On 20 SADC Vehicles

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.

Political Parties Censored On Exploiting University Students

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.

FCB Responds To Financially Hit Bandawe School For The Blind In Nkhatabay

Management of the Bandawe School for the deaf in Nkhatabay has told Zodiak Online that the financial crisis has hit the institution such that they are struggling to buy foodstuffs for students.

11 Million People To Access Covid-19 Vaccine In Malawi by 2022, Government

Government targets to at least give 11 million people access to the Covid-19 vaccine by 2022.

FAO Supports Farmers With Smart Phones In Mzimba South

For some time now Margaret  Kanyinji of Kazomba extension planning area in Mzimba South has been struggling to find alternative methods of agriculture in the wake of climate change. 

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