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Department of Immigration Resumes Processing & Printing passports

The Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services says it has resumed the processing and printing of passports, over a week after it suspended the service due to a technical fault.

Suspected Thugs Attack Police Officer In Blantyre

Suspected thugs in Blantyre have attacked a police officer and allegedly snatched his riffle and eight rounds of ammunition among other items.

Nigerian Pop Star Kizz Daniel To Perform in Malawi

Epic Lifestyle has announced they have invited Nigerian Pop star Kizz Daniel to perform in Malawi this summer.

Inflation Rises By 4%, Buyers to Face Rise of Basic Supplies

Malawians are expected to face continued rising in the cost of goods and services on the market, this according to the latest inflation figures by the National Statistical Office (NSO), which indicates a rise from 19.1% in May to 23.5 percent in June.

Mzuni Students Demand Accountability of Funds For Needy Students

Eight months after the Mzuzu University raised K15million from a big walk to support some needy students, the funds are yet to be disbursed and some are likely to miss examinations due to outstanding fees balances.

MDF Improves Arsenal With Two Aircrafts

The Malawi Defence Force, (MDF) yesterday received two MA600 aircrafts from China National Aero-Technology Import and Export Corporation (CATIC) which it procured in 2019.

15 Year Old Girl Hangs Herself in Nkhotakota

A 15 years old girl has died in Nkhotakota after hanging herself on a tree for unknown reasons.

Court Fines Driver K1.5 Million for Killing 3 in Chikwawa

Chikwawa First grade magistrate on Thursday fined Owen Makombe ,42, K1.5millon for reckless driving that resulted in the death of three people.

NEEF Exploring Legal Means of Recovering Loans From Defaulters

National Economic Empowerment Fund chief executive officer, Humphrey Mdyetseni, says the fund is exploring legal means of recovering loans from defaulters.

AG Chakaka Working on Concerns of Defunct Shire Bus Lines Ex-Staff

Former staff of the defunct Shire Bus Lines will have to hang on for a while before accessing proceeds of assets which were taken over by National Bus Company as the office of the Attorney General says is working on staff concerns regarding the liquidation process.


Last Witness Testifies in Matemba’s Case

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has finished parading witnesses in the…

Owaganizira Kupha Awamanga

Apolisi amanga abambo atatu - a Gift Banda a zaka…

Court Adjourns Chisale’s Case

Principal Resident Magistrate Rodrick Michongwe has adjourned to a later…

NBS Yawonjezera Makobili a Chikho

Bank ya NBS lero yalengeza kuti yakweza ndalama zomwe imapereka…

Passport Fees Reduced; E-system Restored

The Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services says it has…
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