Police Open Murder Case Over LL Death
The police in Lilongwe have opened a murder case and launched a manhunt for people suspected to have murdered a 37-year-old man who was found dead in a car near Gogo Jenala along the M1 in Lilongwe’s Area 15 yesterday.
People and Goods Packed Alike: Risky Journeys of Rurban Malawi
From Kaoche Village with Six Points: The Story of Joseph Katole
When he heard on Zodiak Radio that the Ministry of Education had announced the 2023 Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) examination results, Joseph Mathias Katole’s heart was pounding heavily. The thumping of the heart was out of anxiety.
Misunderstandings Over Employment, Promotions Erupt in Civil Service
There is growing resentment in the corridors of the civil service where top technocrats are questioning a sudden pattern of what they call “unprocedural employment, promotions and redeployments”.
Borrowers’ Nightmare: RBM Hikes Policy Rate to 24%
Amid economic tantrums that the country is going through, Malawians should yet again brace for tough times ahead as the Central Bank, Reserve Bank of Malawi has announced an upward adjustment of the policy rate.
Regular Extra Polio Vaccines Key to Ending the Disease-Expert
A health expert has tipped health authorities in the country to carry out regular supplementary polio immunization campaigns, at least every three or four years, to ensure the disease is completely eliminated.
Malawi Kwacha Depreciates
Results of a foreign exchange auction hosted by the Reserve Bank of Malawi on June 19 have pushed the maximum selling price of USD1 to MWK1, 063.86 from MWK1, 036 effective Wednesday June 21st 2023.
Over Half of Malawians Living in Poverty Bondage
At least 58.8 percent of Malawians are yet to break multidimensional poverty chains with the rural population dominating the list, a second national Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) report has revealed.
A senior education official in Mulanje has challenged children that were affected by the Tropical Cyclone Freddy and dropped out of school to go back to school as life has to go back to normal after the disaster.
The Churches Action in Relief and Development (CARD) on Wednesday launched a K253.5 million cash transfer exercise under the Cyclone Freddy Response and Recovery Project in Traditional Authority Juma in Mulanje district.
The Malawi Washington Foundation (MWF), a Non-Profit Organisation founded by Malawians living in Washington DC, United States of America has donated dignity kits worth K1 Million to 100 young girls in Blantyre as one way of empowering them as they return to school.
The Maseko Ngoni Mulanje Chapter on Thursday cheered survivors of the Tropical Cyclone Freddy that are seeking shelter at Nanchidwa camp in Mulanje district.
Mary Mpemba is a mother of six children. She hails from Chidothi village in the area of Traditional Authority Mulumbe in Zomba.
A charitable organization Operation Smile Malawi says it has reached 38 people who were affected by Tropical cyclone Freddy with food and iron sheets to help them recover from the shocks.
Chiradzulu district council has disclosed that it is facing some resistance to relocate some cyclone Freddy survivors from Mtauchira Village which was almost buried by the mudslides early this year.
Law enforcers in Chiradzulu have disclosed that the district has registered a sharp increase in crime rates between March and May 2023.
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