Blantyre City Council Commits to Empower Youth
Blantyre City Council says it is partnering relevant stakeholders in implementing skills development and other initiatives targeting young people to control youth unemployment among other challenges young people face in the country.
Between November 2021 and January 2022 the Chingeni and Kalinyeke toll gates have collected a record 3.6 billion Kwacha, according to the Roads Fund Administration.
Illovo Unveils Plans to Introduce Small Sugar Packets
Illovo Sugar Company has unveiled plans to start making small packets of sugar to make it affordable to many customers following its recent price hike.
Two Men Kill Each Other Over Woman
Two men in Chintheche, Nkhata Bay District, in the northern part of Malawi, have killed each other in a fight for a woman.
Child Help Calls for Review for Folic Acid Fortification Policy
The Child Help Organization has asked the government to rectify the Folic Acid Fortification Policy to control prevalence of spinal bifida and hydrocephalus in the country.
Chakwera Warned to Take Reforms with Caution
Political and agriculture experts have hailed President Lazarus Chakwera for openly admitting that the Agricultural Inputs Programme (AIP) is failing to meet its intended purpose and making a commitment to make urgent reforms to make it efficient.
Police Launch Manhunt in Connection With Murder Of Game Ranger
Chikwawa police have launched a manhunt for unknown criminals suspected of being poachers in the murder of a game ranger.
ACB to Investigate Corruption at Nkhata-Bay District Council
The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) says it has observed several suspected corrupt practices at Nkhata-Bay district council which an Internal Integrity Committee which was formulated in 2018 at the council did not report for action.
Two Zambians & A Malawian Convicted For Trafficking Ten People
Yesterday, two Zambians and a Malawian were convicted for trafficking five adults and five children in two seperate incidences in Mchinji.
Chakwera Justifies Decision to Fire Minister
President Lazarus Chakwera yesterday told the nation he is not impressed with the performance of some of his cabinet ministers who are not only incompetent but also corrupt.