Uproar As Burundian Murders 8 Malawian Motorcycle Taxi Drivers In Lilongwe

Uproar As Burundian Murders 8 Malawian Motorcycle Taxi Drivers In Lilongwe

Furious Biwi residents have burnt a modern house belonging to a Burundian national on whose plot were retrieved eight bodies of Motorcycle Taxi drivers who were allegedly killed gruesomely. Central Region Police spokesperson, Joseph Kachikho, confirmed the development but failed to give more details saying the police are still investigating the matter.  “We are still […]

Bwaila Lions Club Plant Over 4,000 Trees

Bwaila Lions Club Plant Over 4,000 Trees

BY IREEN KAYIRA FEBRUARY 2, MANA: Bwaila Lions Club has said it has planted over 4,000 trees in three years to make sure that the vegetation is restored in places where it was destroyed. President of Bwaila Lions Club, Innocent Jumbe  said this during the tree planting exercise which was held at Kabuthu Primary School […]

Govt to Introduce Health Insurance For Chiefs

Govt to Introduce Health Insurance For Chiefs

BY TIKONDANE VEGA FEBRUARY 2, MANA: Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Dr Ben Phiri has said for the first in the history of the country, government would introduce a health insurance scheme for all Chiefs in the country in order to reduce expenses it pays to hospitals when a chief is sick or […]

Veep Chimulirenji Calls For Peace, Political Tolerance: ‘Malawi will Not End Tomorrow’

Veep Chimulirenji Calls For Peace, Political Tolerance: ‘Malawi will Not End Tomorrow’

BY SOLISTER MOGHA FEBRUARY 2, MANA: Vice President, Everton Chimulirenji has called on Malawians to remain peaceful and respect court ruling which is expected to be delivered by the constitutional court on Monday February 3, 2020 in Lilongwe. Speaking during the induction ceremony of Rev. Dr Billy Gama as moderator of Nkowa CCAP Church under […]

USA Appeals for Dialogue in Malawi’s Presidential Elections Case

USA Appeals for Dialogue in Malawi’s Presidential Elections Case

The United States of America (USA) has appealed for dialogue in Malawi as the country awaits presidential elections case verdict which will be delivered on Monday 3rd February 2020. USA Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Matthew Harrington, made the appeal on Friday during a Public Lecture at the Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources […]

Govt to Start Giving Out Condoms to Learners

Govt to Start Giving Out Condoms to Learners

As one way of preventing the spread of HIV and other Sexual Transmitted Infections (STIs), the government of Malawi will soon start offering free contraceptives methods to learners in public primary and secondary schools from across the country. The Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Francis Phiso disclosed the news recently in Dedza during an […]

ACB Caution Journalists Against Reporting Cases Under Investigations

ACB Caution Journalists Against Reporting Cases Under Investigations

BY PATRICK NDAWALA FEBRUARY 1, MANA: Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) Friday cautioned journalists against reporting cases that are under investigation, saying it compromises the Bureau’s investigations efforts. ACB’s Senior Public Relations Officer Egrita Ndala said this in Liwonde during a day-long Media training workshop which was attended by 20 journalists from Machinga, Balaka and Zomba […]

Mutharika to Continue Ruling Malawi After ConCourt Verdict- Legal Expert

Mutharika to Continue Ruling Malawi After ConCourt Verdict- Legal Expert

A reputable legal practitioner Justin Dzonzi says whatever happens with Constitutional Court ruling on Monday President Professor Arthur peter Mutharika will continue ruling the country. Speaking in an Interview with MBC, the Law expert who once chaired the Malawi Human Rights Commission says Monday’s court judgment will either revert to the presidential results of the […]

Government Making Strides In Child Protection

Government Making Strides In Child Protection

BY ANDREW MAGOMBO LILONGWE, FEBRUARY 1, MANA: Minister of Gender, Children, Disability and Social welfare, Mary Thom Navicha, MP, has hailed government’s efforts in the fight against child abuse and violence in the country. Speaking Thursday on the sidelines of the official opening of a two-day symposium aimed at reviewing progress on the implementation of […]