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Tussle for Leader of Opposition: Fresh Legal Battle Looms for DPP

The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) is poised for another legal hurdle in its quest to replace leader of opposition Kondwani Nankhumwa with George Chaponda following the expulsion of Nankhumwa from the party.

MEPIC Learners Campaign for Senior Citizens’ Rights

Amid reports that 25 elderly people were killed last year and many others tortured, largely on witchcraft allegations, primary school learners at MEPIC primary school in Balaka have embarked on a campaign against the vice.

Mother Care Groups Applauded for Enhancing Immunization

Health authorities in Blantyre say enhancement of volunteer community initiatives in propagating health service delivery can assist Malawi to widen the immunization coverage among under five children.

Banana Farmers Yet to Uproot Old Suckers

Some Banana farmers in Phalombe and Mulanje are yet to uproot old suckers for the crop six years after the government introduced production of clean banana suckers in the wake of Banana Bunch Top Virus (BBTV).

Man Throws Himself into Shire River

An unidentified man suspected to be mentally ill is missing in Neno district after throwing himself into the Shire river.

UNICEF Pledges More Support Towards WASH in Nsanje

The United Nations International Emergency Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has underscored the need for various partners to join hands in eliminating cholera in Nsanje district.

Pupil Handed Suspended Sentence for Possessing Teargas

Thyolo Senior Resident Magistrate Asunta Maxwell has on Thursday handed-over a 12-months suspended sentence to a Standard Seven learner at Nachipere Primary School for being found in possession of teargas.

Form 2 Drop Out, Ernest, Generates Electricity for His Community

Something extraordinary is happening at Chinguwo village, Traditional Authority Chiwele in Dowa district.

Oxfam, Hygiene Village Project geared to curb Cholera

Two organizations, Oxfam and Hygiene Village Project have indicated that great progress has been made to increase water systems and sanitation infrastructure in border districts in order to prevent the spread of cholera.

119 Malawian Youths Off to Israel

Twenty-one young men out of 140 have failed to travel to Israel due to Visa and other logistical challenges.

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