The Tobacco Commission has called on government to come clear on how it used a sum of close to 5 billion kwacha from Forestry Levy that was accumulated over a period of 5 years.
The Malawi National Examinations Board- MANEB says will stick to its academic calendar regardless of when schools closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Speaker of Parliament Catherine Gotani Hara has asked the Malawi Electoral Commission to consider dividing Mzimba North East Constituency into two saying governments funding for the constituency, for example, the 30 million kwacha constituency development fund is inadequate for the area due to its vastness.
Minister of Homeland Security Richard Chimwendo Banda has revealed the government’s plans to pardon inmates, to contain further spread of Coronavirus in the country’s prisons.
Malawi Red Cross Society Advises Stakeholders to Enforce Strict COVID-19 Preventive Measures in Local Markets
Malawi Red Cross Society has implored both government and Non-Governmental Organizations to take an extra gear in the implementation of strict measures that will help prevent the spread of COVID 19 in the country’s overcrowded markets.
On 20 July 2011 Malawians organized protests against perceived poor economic management by the late President Bingu wa Mutharika.
Health expert George Jobe has warned of a crisis if the numbers of health workers testing positive for Coronavirus is not contained in the quickest time possible.
There is no sign the Mzuzu City Council staff strike is ending soon, as they are now demanding resignation of their Director of Health Lilian Chirwa, Chief Executive Officer Gomezgani Nyasulu, as well as the Director of Finance Salom Tsoka.