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Secondary School Teachers Dump TUM

In a twist of events, teachers from the country’s public Secondary Schools have founded their own Trade Union called Secondary School Teachers Union (SSTU), breaking away from the teachers’ mother body Teachers Union of Malawi (TUM).

Ntcheu Ward Councilor Calls for Consecrated Efforts Against GBV

A Ward Councilor for Dzunje Ward in Ntcheu, Stella Mpaso says unless duty bearers are in the forefront raising awareness on effects of gender-based violence (GBV), eliminating the vice will remain a challenge.

Physical Planners Plead for Political Will in Urban Governance

The Malawi Institute of Physical Planners has warned unless there is strong political will and curtail political influence on land use in urban areas, the country's urban development will remain challenged.

Moral Decay Fueling Corruption - ACB

The country's graft-busting body, the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) says unless issues of moral decay among the society are addressed, the fight against corruption in the country will remain a problem.

Malawi Sitting on Gold, Livestock Farming

Indicators from several studies show that livestock farming like other sectors has the potential of saving the country’s economy from collapsing as tobacco, the main forex earner is losing economic grip globally.

A Malawian Becomes First African Mayor in The United Kingdom

Malawian Suleman Khonat has made history in the United Kingdom by becoming the first African to be mayor in that country.

Dedza Traditional Leaders Ask Gvt To Re-Introduce Public Works

Traditional Leaders in Dedza have asked government to invest more in social protection programs and to re-introduce public works programme that was suspended.

Release Farm Gate Price, Experts tell Govt

The farmers Union of Malawi FUM and an economic expert have implored government to swiftly release farm gate prices for the 2020/21 season to protect farmers from exploitation in the hands of vendors who have already flocked the communities.

No Board of Trustees to Operationalize Disability Fund

Government has conceded to taking longer to establish the board of trustees to oversee disability funds as provided for in the 2012 Disability Act owing to the review of the Act currently in progress.

COVID19 Has Affected Safe Motherhood, Advisor Worried

The outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic has put economies including that of Malawi on a tight corner.

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