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Police in Dedza have expressed concern over reluctance by most women who are victims of gender-based violence to see their abusers face the law.

10 Arrested for Karonga Looting

Ten people were arrested in Karonga last night for alleged involvement in the looting of goods worth millions of kwacha from two Chipiku Stores.

Out-going Japanese ambassador to Malawi says there is need for Malawi to focus on developmental initiatives and not politics if it is to register more success stories.

Reserve Bank governor, Dr. Dalitso Kabambe, is upbeat that the role out of an agriculture investment company will, significantly, help boost the economy.

A High Court judge Tuesday reminded fellow judges and court magistrates of their mandate to periodically go to prisons, physically, to appreciate justice concerns of inmates.

Kamuzu International Airport police at the weekend threw a farewell party for two long-serving lady police officers who have been in the serving at the airport for 41 years.

Some cultural practices are said to be contributing to maternal and neonatal deaths in the country.

Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) says Malawi is far from fruition of human rights as political leaders in the country are intolerant and choice of leaders is influencing by political needs.

Heavy rains experienced in Blantyre yesterday afternoon have damaged part of a warehouse for Malawi Parliament at Maone in Limbe.

The Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority has made a serious safety concern admitting that almost all filling stations in the country are not complying with the 2017 recommended standards of safety.

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