News In Brief (754)
The Football Association of Malawi says people will pay to watch the Beach Soccer Africa Cup of Nations qualifier between Malawi and Tanzania.
A factory that will be processing Vertiver into essential oils, under a 425 thousand United States Dollar Project (a proximately 430 million Kwacha), funded by United Nations Development Program – UNDP has been opened, in Mtambalika Village, in the area of Senior Chief Mwadzama in Nkhotakota District.
The High court in Blantyre yesterday sentenced five people to life imprisonment for brutally killing a person with albinism, Macdonald Masambuka in Machinga in 2018.
Department of National Parks and Wildlife in Malawi says all is set for the translocation of over 400 animal species from Liwonde to Kasungu National Park that will include 250 elephants beginning next week.
Police in Mzimba have arrested one of their own, Sub Inspector Dumisani Mtenje, and some five other civilians for allegedly stealing a motorbike belonging to a businessman at the boma.
The Malawi Human Rights Resource Center (MHRRC) has cited fear to provide evidence among witnesses as a challenge that is fueling withdrawal of sexual and gender-based violence cases in the country's courts.