Father Thomas Muhosha, who was recently convicted in connection with the murder of a person with albinism, Macdonald Masambuka, has died.
Govt Officials Pay Last Respects to Justice Singini
Scores of people from all walks of life that gathered at Area 47 Church of the Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) Livingstonia Synod in Lilongwe on Thursday bore testimony to what retired Justice Elton Singini was worth to the country.
Chinsapo Sweet Melodies In Tanzania For a Youth Conference
Lilongwe based women choir, Chinsapo Sweet Melodies, is in Tanzania where among others is scheduled to perform during at a Youth Conference in the Tanzanian Capital, Dodoma.
10 Thousand Youths to be Trained in Technology by Celestial City
Malawi government through the Ministry of Labour has received a proposal from Celestial City that will see more youths in the country be trained and eventually be employed.
Writing in Bloodline, Tamanda & Talandira Kamtukule Author “The Helpful Kalulu” Book
For a long time, book writing in the country has been dominated by senior people, men to be specific.
MERA Board Member, Pempho Likongwe Resign
Govt Urge Citizens to Protect Children From Abuse
Minister of Gender, Social Welfare, and Community Development Patricia Kaliati has expressed concern over continued trends by some people especially women in shielding perpetrators of abuse such as rape and defilement, which she says is infringing efforts by Government and stakeholders in trying to end the vice.
OXFAM End 78 Child Marriages in LL & BK
With cases of child marriages on the rise in the country, several non-governmental organizations have come together and worked towards ending the vice.
Chinese National Denied Court Bail Over Ivory Smuggling
A Chinese national Bin Liu will spend a little more time in a cooler at Maula Prison as a magistrate court in Lilongwe has denied his application for bail.
One More Charge on Zameer Karim by State
Business person, Zameer Karim and Ecobank Malawi head of domestic banking Victoria Chanza were back in court Friday.