Winston Mwale

Winston Mwale


Authorities at Maseya area in Chikwawa have asked government and development partners to establish viable interventions targeting cane cutters who they suspect of are fueling HIV, a virus that causes AIDS.

The Parliamentary Education Committee has reignited the debate on the abolished Junior Certificate of Education examination by recommending that the Ministry of Education do through consultations to reinstate the exams.

Lawyers for UTM’s president Dr. Saulos Chilima in the case of the presidential election today start cross-examining witness for Malawi Electoral Commission Muhabi Chisi.

The United Nations Women Country Representative Clara Anyangwe says increased engagement of men and boys in ending gender-based violence could help reduce cases of new HIV/AIDS infection in the country.

Human rights experts from around the world are calling on governments to intervene where the religious convictions of minority groups in their countries are being trampled on.

WHO Spills #TheTeaOnHIV

As the 31st World AIDS Day approaches on 1 December, the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office in Africa launched today a social media campaign, #TheTeaOnHIV, that aims to better inform at least one million adolescents and young people about preventing HIV infection as well as living positively with the virus.

Malawi Electoral Commission Chief Elections Officer, Sam Alfandika, confessed in the constitutional court that minutes of meetings held by the commission about the disputed elections have not been brought to court because he did not see the need.

One person has died in an accident in Dedza this morning after a vehicle he was driving hit a truck near Bembeke market.

10-Year-Old Boy in Agony

The 10-year-old boy who had his genitals maimed by an unknown assailant in Rumphi over a week ago remains hospitalized at the districts hospital as police are yet to get leads to arrest the culprit.

Over 3000 nurses, Doctors, and Clinicians will today hold demonstrations across the country to force the government to recruit them.

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