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Court Grants Bail to Former TC CEO Sadala

The Senior Resident Magistrate Court in Lilongwe has granted bail to former Chief Executive Officer for the Tobacco Commission Kayisi Sadala.

Thieves Steal Vehicle & Computers From Bishop’s House

Thieves in the wee hours of today stole a vehicle and computers at the bishop’s house at the Zomba Cathedral of the Catholic Church.

Govt Optimistic About Resumption of IMF Credit Funding

The Minister of finance Sosten Gwengwe says government remains optimistic about the resumption of the International Monetary Fund’s credit funding to the country.

5.4 Million People Food Insecure

About 5.4 million people in Malawi are said to be facing severe and chronic food insecurity, the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification analysis on Chronic Food Insecurity in Malawi has established.

28 Schools Damaged By Stormy Rains in Mangochi

The education sector has been hit hard in Mangochi where at least 28 schools have been damaged by stormy rains rendering classrooms not habitable hence forcing that learning be conducted in the open.

Activists Speak Against Walk-In Interviews

Social and youth rights activists have spoken against the use of walk-in interviews to recruit people in various positions in the ministry of local government which started Tuesday.

MRA Closes Palm Rock & Corporate Malls, Business Owners Worried

Business owners that operate in Palm Rock Mall and Corporate Mall in Lilongwe have expressed frustration at the closure of the two buildings by the Malawi Revenue Authority MRA over nonpayment of income taxes.

OPPA Casts Doubt on Removal Of VAT on Cooking Oil

The Oilseeds Producers and Processors Association (OPPA) has cast doubt on whether the removal of Value Added Tax (VAT) on cooking oil in the country will directly influence the downward reduction of cooking oil in the country.

Safe Motherhood Advisor Proposes 2-Children-Per Family

Presidential advisor on safe motherhood Dorothy Ngoma has proposed that government should consider two children per family policy as a measure of controlling the booming population.

HIV/Aids Fight Face Challenges, Herbalists Claim To Have a Cure

The fight against tuberculosis and HIV/Aids in Malawi continues to face challenges, especially with some herbalists who continue to claim they have cures for the two diseases.

NEWS IN BRIEF

Court Grants Bail to Former TC CEO Sadala

The Senior Resident Magistrate Court in Lilongwe has granted bail…
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Thieves Steal Vehicle & Computers From Bishop’s House

Thieves in the wee hours of today stole a vehicle…
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Govt Optimistic About Resumption of IMF Credit Funding

The Minister of finance Sosten Gwengwe says government remains optimistic…
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5.4 Million People Food Insecure

About 5.4 million people in Malawi are said to be…
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28 Schools Damaged By Stormy Rains in Mangochi

The education sector has been hit hard in Mangochi where…
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