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Vendors Defy LL City Council Order to Vacate Illegal Market

Vendors plying their trade opposite Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) offices in Lilongwe insist they will not obey the order by the Lilongwe City Council for them to vacate the place.

LWB Extends Water Supply Network To Fight Cholera

Lilongwe Water Board says it has extended its water supply network to areas outside its jurisdiction where cholera is on the rise under its cholera response strategy.

Oxfam Calls For Adequate Resource Allocation to Nutrition Sector

Oxfam Malawi has challenged government to invest more resources in the nutrition sector in the country in order to address the problem of malnutrition.

Parliamentary Legal Affairs Committee Chairperson Peter Dimba Resigns

Chairperson for the Legal Affairs Committee of Parliament Peter Dimba has resigned from his position with immediate effect.

Chakwera Told to do More on Gender Balance

Women rights activists have commended President Lazarus Chakwera for a satisfactory gender representation in the new cabinet but say he should work toward a 50:50 representation in the future.

Chakwera Elects New Cabinet

Mid-night last night as the nation slipped into February, President Lazarus Chakwera released a 27-member new cabinet in an apparent wish to meet his pledge for a new team in January.

Boy Spends 4 Months in Police Cell Despite Court Bail

A boy aged 17 has been in police custody at Lilongwe Police Station for close to four months now against provisions of the Child Care, Protection and Justice Act of 2010, Zodiak Online can reveal.

MDF Bills Non-Payment Affects CRWB Operations

Central Region Water Board (CRWB) has bemoaned the tendency of some government entities that do not pay water bills which have now accumulated to K4.6 billion by the close of 2022, a development which affects operations.

Cholera Deaths Worry Health Experts

Health Experts have raised a red flag on the country's cholera death cases after they hit a record near 1000, signifying the worst outbreak to hit the country in two decades.

Three Sentenced to 7 Years IHL For Robbery In Lilongwe

The Mapuyu Second Grade Magistrate court in Lilongwe, has convicted and sentenced three men to 7 years imprisonment with hard labour for the offence of robbery.

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