Resource Constraints Choke QECH Stroke Unit; A Year On
Imagine you are at the comfort of your home on what you anticipated to be a peaceful night, and you receive a phone call only to be informed that your loved one has fainted.
Safe Sex Back after Unsafe Waters
Following the aftermath of cyclone Freddy which made landfall on March 13, affecting 15 districts in the southern region, 23-year-old Caroline Chikho from Blantyre's Ndirande township was not spared, adding her to the list of thousands of people, whose sexual reproductive rights were infringed due to the natural disaster.
Govt Yet to Decide on Repatriating Malawians in Sudan Amid War
TechnoBrain to Supply 240,000 Passport Booklets
Zodiak has it on authority that TechnoBrain is scheduled to supply 240,000 passport booklets to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services this Friday.
EcoBank Pumps K30 Million Towards MEA2023
Ecobank has pumped in K30 million, towards this year’s Malawi Exporters Awards scheduled for April 5-6 in Lilongwe.
St Andrews Teachers Take Industrial Action Against Headteacher
Lessons at St Andrews International Primary School in Blantyre have been interrupted following an industrial strike by 27 of the learning institutions' teachers.
CRS Malawi Women Call For Equity
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Malawi women have been urged to embrace unity, if they are to achieve the goal of promoting gender equality and meeting the professional, health and development needs of women and girls.
Mount Meru K3.5m worth cooking oil to Freddy Survivors
Mount Meru has donated 1 ton of cooking oil worth K3.5 million to the Department of Disaster and Management Affairs.
Tz Bails Out Malawi with Military and Humanitarian Aid
The Republic of Tanzania has deployed 94 soldiers, 59 of whom are combat engineers who will restore and rehabilitate infrastructure destroyed by Cyclone Freddy in the southern region.
Female Bankers Challenged on Leadership Roles
Bankers Association of Malawi Executive Director of Corporate Affairs of the Reserve Bank of Malawi Mercy Kumbatira said it is worrisome to note that women still hold the minority of leadership roles as compared to men.