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Two Dubai companies that wanted to explore gas and petroleum on Lake Malawi have asked government to cancel their licenses.

The Ministry of Health says the scabies outbreak which started in Dedza some weeks ago has spread to five other districts of the Central region.

State House has defended the recent presidential trips across the country which some quarters have expressed worry that they could be super-spreaders of Covid 19 and costly.

Three security guards for Sayama Tea Factory, a subsidiary of Lujeri Tea Estate Company have been arrested in Mulanje in connection to the murder of a 46-year-old man, Dinala Chiponde.

The National Economic Empowerment Fund NEEF officials say about 57 thousand Malawians have had access to loans in excess of 16 billion kwacha from the time the institution rebranded in September last year to date against a demand requiring not less than 50 billion a year.

The death toll on the Salima Lilongwe road accident that occurred yesterday has risen to seven from five.

The Malawi Law Society has cautioned against amending the Legal Aid Act to allow legal assistants to offer legal representation in minor cases for people at magistrate's courts.

Police in Mzuzu have last night shot dead a suspected robber who wanted to steal from a shop at Luwinga industrial area in the city.

85 students have withdrawn from the University of Malawi and Malawi University of Business and Applied Sciences, MUBAS after failing to pay tuition fees.

Hot on the heels of reports of theft of Standard Eight examinations-related material in Rumphi, education experts are urging authorities to investigate what exactly happened.

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