Political and governance commentators are accusing the Malawi Police Service of applying selective justice in the way it has handled cases of petrol bomb attacks on opposition figures and human rights defenders.
The British High Commissioner to Malawi Ms. Holly Tett has decried the recent allegations of rape and defilement leveled against police officers at Msundwe in Lilongwe.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has suggested that capitalizing on skills by immigrants would help government save a lot of money spent on refugees.
Inkosi ya Makhosi Gomani V has called on stakeholders in education sector to start focusing much on infrastructure development to encourage more girls remain in school.
National Bank of Malawi Plc has challenged the Economic Association of Malawi (ECAMA) and other economists to come up with economic solutions to deal with the population growth in the country.
The Blantyre Synod of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) has endorsed newly formed Association of CCAP Journalists, saying it is an initiative that could have been in place long time back.
The National Aids Commission (NAC) has warned that students in the Higher Learning Institutions in Blantyre city risk contracting HIV/AIDS as most of them opt for prostitution to meet their school needs.
Football Association of Malawi (FAM) presidential hopeful, Alufeyo Deacon Chipanga Banda, has hinted on lobbying government to waive certain taxes or reduce taxes to woo more football sponsorships from the corporate world.
In a bid to bring legal services closer to people, the Malawi Legal Aid Bureau says is almost ready to open five additional offices in some districts across the country.