News In Brief (599)
Last evening, Motorcycle Taxi operators in Dowa have vandalized Mwangala Police Unit a day after unknown thugs allegedly killed one of their own.
There is a major shake-up at the Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services that has seen the relocation of 76 officers.
The Blantyre City council has introduced electronic issuance of business licenses to ease the process of regulating businesses in the city.
The Ministry of Forestry and Natural Resources has warned manufacturers of thin plastics that government will start closing their businesses if found violating the thin plastics ban which was uplifted by the courts recently.
The Malawi Police Service is yet to conduct a fresh investigation into the 2019 Msundwe rape saga to establish the perpetrators, one month after the law-enforcing agency committed it will carry out another investigation.
President Lazarus Chakwera has called upon Malawians to join him in honoring Lance Corporal Chitenji Kamanga who has been killed in a rebel attack in the Democratic Republic of Congo yesterday.
Consumers Association of Malawi-CAMA has warned that if changes to policies and behavior are not made to minimize the use of plastics and production, the country may face a serious plastic pollution crisis in the near future.