Alinafe Mlamba

Alinafe Mlamba

Despite efforts to curb malnutrition, a staggering 573,000 children under the age of five in Malawi face the looming threat of malnutrition.

4 Arrested over Limbe Fracas

Police in Limbe – Blantyre have arrested four people in connection to the tense fracas that erupted in the business hub on Tuesday between authorities and informal traders.

Hell Breaks Loose in Limbe

Limbe descended into chaos today Tuesday as clashes erupted between vendors, minibus touts, and law enforcement officials from the Blantyre City Council.

The highly anticipated 2023 Entertainers of the Year Awards is making a grand return on December 30 after an 18-year break. The event, dedicated to celebrating creativity, artistry, and innovation in the entertainment sector, is set to recognize outstanding individuals across various fields.

The limited regulatory response to financial technology in Malawi is impeding the diversification of the fintech sector, a crucial industry with the potential to enhance financial accessibility in rural areas and during natural disasters.

Street vending is a myriad of implications lamped in one basket. It is an attempt at economic survival for most less privileged. Street vending is also a problem when it comes to sanitation and hygiene. Cleaning cities is difficult. It is also a loss of revenue in daily market fees for district or city councils.

 The Legal Aid Bureau says delays in amending the legal aid act is choking its operations as it is overwhelmed with handling matters in smaller courts.

The absence of Malawi from the 16th edition of the World Intellectual Property Organization, (WIPO) Global Innovation Index 2023 report has caused an uproar from some sectors in the country.

The five day Chiperoni and strong Mwera winds which hit Malawi on Monday had a bearing on health service delivery in some parts of the southern region as drone operators were reluctant to timely release their birds due to harsh weather conditions.

As one way of bailing out survivors of Cyclone Freddy in Chikwawa, Nsanje and Zomba districts, the Catholic Relief Services (CRS) has allocated 450 temporary shelters to 450 households who were displaced due to the natural disaster which claimed lives and destroyed property in the southern region.

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