Police in Blantyre have launched investigation into Thursday’s incident where unknown people torched a vehicle that was used to carry the Public Address system during the Anti-Jane Ansah street protest.
The anti-Jane Ansah protesters in Blantyre on Thursday held a peaceful march in their continued attempt to force Dr. Jane Ansah to step down as chairperson of Malawi Electoral Commission.
Students at Nazarene Mission Secondary School in Blantyre on Tuesday planted trees within their school premises to mitigate harsh effects of climate change.
Vice President, Everton Herbert Chimulirenji, on Wednesday led Malawians in remembering Reverend John Chilembwe in an event that took place at the Providence Industrial Mission in Chiradzulu.
The Malawi Law Society (MLS) has joined a bandwagon of quarters reacting to the news that some people attempted to bribe judges who are handling the high profile elections case.
UTM Vice President, Dr. Michael Usi, has called on the party followers to be cautious with their speeches and actions ahead of the elections case judgment.
The European Union Elections Observers Mission (EU-EOM) has bowed down to warnings from Malawi opposition parties and other stakeholders to refrain from presenting its report on the May 21 elections.
The Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services has suspended application of new passports from Wednesday to pave way for migration of machine readable passports to the e-passport.
Chairperson of a joint parliamentary committee that is probing into alleged dubious sale of public land says they are waiting for funds to proceed with the inquiry.
News that the European Union delegation that observed the 2019 Malawi tripartite polls are coming back to present a final report to stakeholders, has been met with mixed reactions with the majority of those we have spoken to detesting the idea and dubbing it 'ill timed'.