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Police in Ntchisi have arrested 2 men for cultivating cannabis Sativa (Indian hemp) without licence.

Castel Malawi has donated 8,000 litres of sanitiser and 23,000 disposable masks to 20 selected health centres across the country aimed to reinforce basic preventative measures against the disease.

At least seven people fainted and were put on oxygen at Nkhotakota District Hospital after Police fired teargas to disperse traders at the Boma market as a way of enforcing Covid-19 preventive measures.

As Malawi Congress Party (MCP) is set to hold a primary election in Lilongwe Msinja South constituency this Saturday, 27 February, here is what you need to know about the constituency and candidates contesting in the primaries.

First Grade Magistrate’s Court in Mwanza has convicted and sentenced two men to 52 months and 36 months imprisonment with hard labor for human trafficking.

With four days to go before the closure of this year's Affordable Input Program AIP - about 300,000 farmers across the country are yet to purchase the inputs.

Amid Covid-19 pandemic, where washing hands with soap is necessary, Kids and Future Foundation, with funding from Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), has donated

Minister of Health, Khumbize Chiponda has commended Lilongwe Water Board (LWB) for its commitment to supporting government in the fight against Covid-19 pandemic in the country.

The arrival of over one thousand Malawian returnees from South Africa has been delayed in Zimbabwe.

Police in Ntchisi district have arrested 30, people for Contravening Covid-19 rules.

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