On 9th December 2019, the Malawi Government launched the National Anti-Corruption Strategy-NACS II which has the most concrete and complementary goals that Malawians across the board care about.
In 1998, the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) opened its doors in Malawi to fight corruption which affects development in many spheres. The first case was registered on 12th May in the same year, and it involved abuse of office at the country’s public broadcaster, the Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC).
Pope Francis’s new envoy to Malawi and Zambia, Archbishop Gian Luca Perici, has delivered his letters of credence to President Lazarus Chakwera in Lilongwe.
Zodiak Broadcasting Station female workers have ventured into a fundraising drive that will raise funds for a charitable cause to take place on Mothers’ Day this year.
Minister of Health Khumbize Kandodo Chiponda has warned that if not checked, climate change may undermine all progress that has been made in global health.
Nation Publications Limited (NPL) says it looks forward to 30 more years of learning, teaching and delivery in service of the country as it celebrates 30 years in the news industry.
Thyolo Central legislator Ben Phiri has been elected chairperson for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for Southern and Eastern African Parliamentary caucus, which he says is a blessing to Malawi in the health sector.
Center for Democracy and Economic Development Initiative-Dodma has accused the Minister of Foreign Affairs Nancy Tembo for trying to conceal where 400 million kwacha meant to bring back women suffering in Oman is.
Japan Tobacco International insists that the only way to achieve food security and economic independence among farmers is if the tobacco law is reviewed so that companies can be allowed to give farmers fertilizer for non-tobacco crops.
Malawi and China have today Tuesday in Lilongwe signed a partial debt cancellation agreement, with a 5 US dollar debt scraped off from the Asia’s economic giant’s debt list.