News In Brief (754)
Youth Decide Campaign Team Leader, Charles Kajoloweka has asked the Tonse administration to show commitment implementing promises in the National Youth Manifesto that was endorsed in 2019.
Civil society organizations say socio-economic woes Malawians are experiencing are depriving the country from being accorded the accolade of a “peaceful nation” despite the absence of conflicts and other crises.
The Commercial Division of the High Court in Lilongwe has adjourned to 3 October ruling on a case over the controversial sale of Gam Fuels Limited at Kanengo.
Ministry of Health has disclosed that the country may not adopt dapivirine viginal ring as an HIV/AIDS complementary prevention measure despite the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommending the method in 2021.
Police in Dedza have arrested two cashiers for allegedly stealing gate collections amounting to 218,000 Kwacha at Dedza stadium on Sunday.
A health research organisation says it is planning to partner with government to commence a study on how the climate change is negatively impacting on the health of Malawians.
The Ministry of National Unity and Civic Education says the Malawi National and Unity Peace Commission will be ready by December this year.