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Chakwera Touts UEA-Malawi Energy Investment Plan

President Lazarus Chakwera says the royal family of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has expressed interest to invest in Malawi's energy sector which he hopes will help to address energy challenges in the country.

Nkhotakota District to Establish Fisheries Association

Plans are underway to establish Nkhotakota Fisheries Association which shall assist in activities such as conserving unique fish species and controlling overfishing on Lake Malawi and other water bodies.

Police Urges Public to Report Theft

Lingadzi Police in Lilongwe has expressed worry over the tendency of residents that do not report to the police when they have their property stolen by thieves, saying it makes the identification of stolen goods difficult once recovered.

ODPOD Fails to Verify Declared Assets

The Office of Director of Public Officers Declaration (ODPOD) has admitted that it is failing to properly follow up and confirm the existence of assets, liabilities, and business interests declared by listed public officers owing to limited resources.

WEMAS Gives Back To Clients

The Wella Medical Aid Society-WEMAS has said having medical covers without any regard to personal health care initiatives is nothing, as the cover alone is not enough.

RBM Yet To Identify Gold Processing Company

The Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) has confirmed that it is yet to identify a Company to help in purifying alluvial gold the Central Bank is buying from artisanal and small scale miners in the country, over five months after announcing plans to engage the company for the exercise.

LL Referendum Demos Called Off

Organisers of Wednesday's planned demonstrations have announced cancellation of the protests citing logistical challenges.

Child Registration, Vital In Child Abuse Fight

Stakeholders are banking their hope in the yet to be rolled out Mass Child Registration program that targets a total of 8.4 million children below the age of 16.

Financial Challenges Choking MHRC Efforts to Investigate Cases

The Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) is failing to offload a backlog of 300 cases that are outside Lilongwe due to financial constraints.

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