News In Brief (533)
The High Court in Lilongwe has shifted to 5 October hearing of the judicial independence case in which applicants want former President Peter Mutharika and his then Chief Secretary to Government Lloyd Muhara to personally appear in court for the legal costs.
Malawi and Mozambican Police have resolved to work together in resolving security issues affecting the two countries such as cross-border crimes as well as human trafficking.
Principal Resident Magistrate Viva Nyimba has on Monday granted bail to the former Minister of Information Henry Mussa and Gideon Munthali, who was director at the Ministry of Information, a week after they were remanded to prison.
The Evangelical Association of Malawi EAM has challenged stakeholders dealing with the promotion of women and children in the country to be vigilant in their work in an effort to protect them from various forms of abuse as some children are forced to drop out of school due to child marriages and sexual exploitation.
The High Court in Lilongwe is yet to set a date for hearing of the judicial independence case where applicants want former president Peter Mutharika and the Chief Secretary to government during his tenure Lloyd Muhara to appear before the court over costs in the matter.
As schools reopen on September 7, Zodiak finds that over 600 schools are operating without water supply sources in the country, a development most stakeholders feel will negatively affect the fight against the spread of Corona virus.
United Nations Office on Drug and Crime (UNODC) has provided Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to five Shelters of survivors of trafficking in persons.
The World Bank has pointed out that healthy and educated children are the foundation of the country, citing early child development as a tool to achieve the feat.