Veteran broadcaster Anania Kasiya Banda has died. Kasiya Banda, who worked for several years at the Malawi Broadcasting Corporation, died at around 2 a.m. today.
About 2 billion Kwacha has been added as an extra cost in the rehabilitation of the Nsanje – Marka road in Nsanje, moving the budget to 11 billion kwacha from 9 Kwacha.
ICT expert Daudi Elvin Suleman has been appointed as Director-General of the Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA).
Police say crime in the Central Eastern Police Region reduced by 11 percent in the third quarter of the year.
Unicef Malawi has tipped the Malawi government to put in place mechanisms that will ensure the country quickly recovers from the social-economic effects of Covid-19.
International economic experts have tipped governments in southern Africa, including Malawi, to diversify their economies in response to the African Free Trade Area.
The man convicted of an attempt to bribe judges in the case of the presidential elections, Thomson Mpinganjira, has been sentenced to 18 years in prison in the high court in Blantyre.
The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) says it is liaising with the courts in the country in an attempt to expedite corruption-related crimes.
Two girls aged 16 and 15 from the area of Traditional Authority Kalumo in Ntchisi have been rescued from what villagers believe was an abduction after they went missing for three days and were also allegedly defiled by two young men who took them custody.
The Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) has called on legislators to revise four laws which the human rights body believes are hindering access to information.