The Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services has forecasted high chance of good rainfall in many parts of the country this year’s season.
Study by the Malawi Liverpool Wellcome Programme has found that a single dose of typhoid conjugate vaccine (TCV), the only typhoid vaccine licensed for children as young as 6 months, is safe and 84 percent effective.
Five people have won various prizes in the Wenela Fill Up and Win Promotion second draw held on Thursday at Wenela Puma Filling Station in Blantyre.
It’s about two hours to sunset on Tuesday at Hiwa village, Group Village Headman Chidakwani, Traditional Authority Chekucheku in Neno district.
Pastor Emma of the Raised for a Purpose will this Friday hold a live-in concert at the Golden Peacock in Blantyre.
The Family Planning Association of Malawi has trained 39 Community Based Distribution Agents (CBDAs) to take Sexual Reproductive Health services door to door in Chiradzulu district.
The marketing landscape in the country has hit an extra mile as National Bank of Malawi takes it digital.
The nurse assault case which was intended to end today failed to proceed in the Senior Resident Magistrate’s Court in Blantyre because state prosecutor was transferred to Lilongwe.
International relations experts have implored on the new SADC Chairperson, President Lazarus Chakwera, to be objective and impartial in handling the Malawi – Tanzania Lake Malawi boundary wrangle.
Parliament has summoned Ministry of Natural Resources and other government departments to explain how funds were spent in the Shire River Basin Management Project (SRBMP).