Brazilian Crossing Africa On Foot Now in Malawi Heading Egypt

Lion Jose Castro, a Brazilian Lion's Club member hopes to cross Africa walking on foot. He took off from Cape Town, South Africa and is now in Lilongwe, Malawi.

Tobacco Commission Urges Growers To Diversify Cropping


The Tobacco Commission-TC-is out encouraging tobacco growers not to rely on the leaf alone but diversify cropping in they are to yield profitable returns.

APM Against ConCourt Ruling: Instructs Lawyers To Appeal

President Peter Mutharika has instructed his lawyers to file an appeal, in the country’s highest court, against an order of the Constitutional Court nullifying his narrow victory in the May 21, 2019 election and the order for a fresh presidential election in 150 days.

FUM Annoyed Govt. Pushed Up Maize Buying Prices

The Farmers Union of Malawi-FUM-says the decision by government to push up prices for buying maize from K250 to K310 per kilogram shall only benefit traders who swept all the grain from growers when Admarc was not buying maize.

Experts Call For Intervention On Drug Abuse Among Children in Malawi

A psychologist and a child rights activist have sounded an SoS over reports of increasing drug abuse among children.

Lilongwe Teachers’ Training College Students Protest Unpaid Allowances

Teacher trainees at Lilongwe Teachers’ Training College run amuck Monday morning when police fired teargas to disperse an otherwise peaceful assembly.

Eyes Up Marvelous Lunar Lite African Skies

The night skies of Malawi and surrounding neighbors Mozambique, Tanzania and Zambia turned a rare marvel last evening when, for a historic moment, when the moon passed directly behind the earth and into its shadow.

Sana Food Court Closed Over Hygiene Issues

The popular Lilongwe eatery Sana Food Court was forced closed Monday on account of failure to meet minimum standards for a ready-to-eat food outlet.

Second Selection List; Expert Worried

An education expert has raised concern with an existent gender gap in the released list of second selection of Secondary School students who will report for Form 1 in various secondary schools across the country. 

Councilors Split Over Welfare Demands

Ward councilors in the country want government to review their conditions of service and hike their perks despite that their remuneration was reviewed earlier this year.

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