The United States African Development Foundation (USADF) has pumped in over K200 million kwacha towards the curbing of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in Neno district, targeting members of two cooperatives: Mwangidzi Cooperative Society Limited and Mfundadzi farmers’ Cooperative Society Limited.
Lingadzi Police in Lilongwe has expressed worry over the tendency of residents that do not report to the police when they have their property stolen by thieves, saying it makes the identification of stolen goods difficult once recovered.
Coolio, the rapper whose playful and sometimes gritty takes on West Coast rap and anthemic hits like “Gangsta’s Paradise” made him a hip-hop star in the 1990s, died on Wednesday in Los Angeles. He was 59.
Statistics from Malawi Police Service show that the country has registered a drop in defilement cases by slightly over 300 in the first half of this year compared to last year.
As Malawi joined the rest of the world in celebrating World Environmental Health Day on Monday, Sept 26, local environmental experts said the country needs to do more to achieve environmental health systems that could help in achieving the 2030 global Sustainable Development Goals.
The quasi-religious body Public Affairs Committee PAC has disclosed that its all-inclusive stakeholders conference aimed at discussing the prevailing economic woes in the country is likely to be held before the end of November this year.
Malawi Defence Force (MDF) and Malaysian war veterans have called for youths in the country to embrace Malawi's history and become disciplined citizens for continued legacy of those who fought for the country's freedom.
The Malawi Police Service (MPS) says it has registered an increase in mob justice cases from 42 in 2021 to 62 in the first eight months of 2022.
The Institute of People Management in Malawi (IPMM) has received a financial boost of K2 million from FDH bank towards the preparations for its annual conference in Mangochi slated from 11 to 12 November this year.
The Technical Entrepreneurial and Vocational Education and Training Authority TEVETA says there’s need for serious scrutiny of some certification by foreign examining bodies so that they meet the needs of the industry.