Parliament has on Wednesday 14th October passed the 2020/21 national budget with Minister of Finance Felix Mlusu assuring Malawians that now implementation of some development initiatives as promised by the Tonse Government will start.
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.
The Malawi Electoral Commission has said its plans to conduct by-elections in some constituencies depend on determination by the Ministry of Health on the spread of Covid-19.
The United Democratic Front president Atupele Muluzi has vehemently denied ever using a vice-presidential convoy as allegedly purported by the Human Rights Defenders Coalition.
The Central Region Water Board has disclosed that it loses 20 percent of its water revenue through fraud and corruption.
Experts say the new administration has a huge task to satisfy the expectations of Malawians on social-economic services and appointments in statutory corporations.
An educational institution Edukans Foundation has pleaded with government to prioritize education by allocating at least 20% in the national budget so that education programs are effectively implemented.
Political experts have predicted controversy in parliament now that government has changed hands.
The Tobacco Commission has said the reinstating of Alliance One Company on the tobacco market in the United States has re-invigorated the commission to continue with efforts for the country’s tobacco to be allowed on the US market.