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MW Hosts SADC Gender & Women's Affairs Ministers Meeting

The country is from today hosting the SADC Gender and Women's Affairs Ministers Meeting to discuss gender mainstreaming issues in the region as well as Women in politics and decision making.

Malawi Airlines Posts a Four Billion Kwacha Profit

The country’s flag carrier, Malawi Airlines, has posted a four billion kwacha profit this year, the first time in seven years.

MW vs Ethiopia Match Rakes In MK72 Million

The 2023 Group D Africa Cup of Nations qualifier, between the Malawi National Football Team, The Flames, and Ethiopia, has raked in 72. 7 million Kwacha, a figure which FAM says is impressed with.

Tobacco Earnings Continue Falling

Malawi foreign exchange earnings from tobacco continue to tumble this season as it has only generated 66.9 Million USD an equivalent of about 67 Billion kwacha.

Egypt to Provide 30 Million Covid Jabs to African States

The president of Egypt has promised to provide 30 million doses of coronavirus vaccine to African countries, in coordination with the African Union.

Organizers of Winter Amapiano Gig Insists On Bringing Zodwa Wa Bantu

Orgnanizers of the Winter Amapiano gig this weekend in Blantyre have insisted the South African performer Zodwa Wa Bantu will attend the show, even as a spectator, despite government banning the artist.

DPP Leadership Apologizes For Failure to Raise Socio-Economic Profile

The Democratic Progressive Party DPP leadership has apologized to Malawians for failing to raise their socio-economic profile during the 10 years it was in power.

Govt Optimistic on ECF Resumption

Government says it is optimistic about resumption of a four-year Extended Credit Facility (ECF) programme with the International Monitory Fund (IMF) as the board for the international body meets next month to decide on Malawi’s fate.

Flames defender Mark Fodya ruled out of AFCON Qualifiers

Flames defender Mark Fodya has been ruled out of the two 2023 AFCON Qualifiers against Ethiopia and Guinea after sustaining a knee injury.

Hyenas Kill a Man in Kasungu

Fear has gripped villagers at Mphonongo village in the area of Chief Wimbe in Kasungu after suspected marauding hyenas killed a man in the wee hours of today.


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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