The High Court in Blantyre has sentenced five people to life imprisonment for brutally killing a person with albinism, Macdonald Masambuka in Machinga in 2018.
The Blantyre Water Board (BWB) has signed a contract with an Indian company, TATA Consulting Engineers to conduct a feasibility study and a detailed design for the development of a 30 megawatts solar power plant at walkers’ ferry Nkula site.
The First Capital Bank has launched a six-month retail banking campaign aimed at encouraging Malawians to embrace a saving culture by utilizing digital banking platforms.
The Director of Public Prosecution, Dr Steve Kayuni, says has started a process of criminal proceedings against some eight lawyers that reportedly embezzled millions of clients’ money.
The High Court Judge Dorothy Nyakaunda Kamanga has set June 27 this year to sentence 12 people that were convicted for brutally killing a person with albinism, Macdonlad Masambuka in Machinga in 2018.
The Netball Association of Malawi (NAM) has signed a one-year Memorandum of Understanding with an Information and Technology company, Bintel Analysis Limited (BAL) to create a web platform.
Families of some soldiers who died in a road accident involving a presidential convoy and one surviving soldier have written the Attorney General a notice of intention to sue the government for failing to compensate them, almost a year after the two officers died, and several others injured in Blantyre.
A prominent chief in Shire Valley says harmful cultural practices continue to haunt young girls and women despite vigorous efforts being made by various stakeholders to eradicate the vice.
The National Oil Company of Malawi Limited (NOCMA) says it has secured over US$57, 000 to buy 60 million litres of fuel this month to ensure that the country has uninterrupted supply of the commodity.
Authorities at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) have asked the private sector to increase support in complementing government’s efforts in supplying medicines to public health facilities.