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Anti-election protests gather national momentum

Anti-election protests gather national momentum

Robert Mbetewa - 13 - Jun - 2019

Supporters for main opposition, MCP and their bed-fellows PP and Freedom Party have vowed to remain on the streets until the ‘elections-case’ ends into their favor.

Persons with albinism plead for mind-set change

Persons with albinism plead for mind-set change

Glory Msowowa - 13 - Jun - 2019

Persons with albino condition have pleaded for mind-set change; saying, attacks on them, can only end “if Malawians change their altitude and begin to treat them as equals”.

Persons with albinism plead for mind-set change

Persons with albinism plead for mind-set change

Glory Msowowa - 13 - Jun - 2019

Persons with albino condition have pleaded for mind-set change; saying, attacks on them, can only end “if Malawians change their altitude and begin to treat them as equals”.

APM wants elections-case out of court

APM wants elections-case out of court

Brenda Kaonga - 13 - Jun - 2019

President Peter Mutharika has written the constitutional court asking it to throw out an elections-dispute-case, which has been filled by other presidential hopefuls.

Report dips MW economy to job creation

Report dips MW economy to job creation

Chimango Chipeta - 12 - Jun - 2019

A socio-economic observer has faulted fiscal policies the country is using; arguing, Malawi’s economy is refusing to grow.

Education key to hygiene – Expert

Education key to hygiene – Expert

Aubrey Kalumpha - 12 - Jun - 2019

A renowned educationist, Limbani Nsapato has suggested; there is need to scale-up awareness on the importance of education, if Malawi is to improve on hygiene and sanitation.

‘License your businesses or risk closure’

‘License your businesses or risk closure’

Bernadetta Mia - 12 - Jun - 2019

Business operators in the commercial capital, Blantyre have been given until June 30th to renew their premise-licenses or risk closure of businesses.

Former speaker - Chimunthu predicts ’mild parliament’

Former speaker - Chimunthu predicts ’mild parliament’

mij online reporter - 11 - Jun - 2019

Former speaker of Parliament – Henry Chimunthu-Banda has predicted; “there will be deliberation-challenges” in parliament, given that “most MPs are new”.

Mutharika calls for patience on cabinet

Mutharika calls for patience on cabinet

mij online reporter - 10 - Jun - 2019

President Peter Mutharika has called on patience saying he needs time to come up with a quality cabinet ... he has also hinted on maintaining a lean cabinet in his new administration.

Ten days to Ansah

Ten days to Ansah

Georgia Mbaghugho-Chirombo - 10 - Jun - 2019

Civil rights advocates under the banner Human rights consultative committee have settled for nation-wide demonstrations from June 20th to force MEC chairperson – Jane Ansah out of office.

Mutharika dares Chakwera, Chilima

Mutharika dares Chakwera, Chilima

mij online reporter - 09 - Jun - 2019

President Peter Mutharika has hit back at his opponents saying he is the legitimate winner of the elections held on May 21st.

Campaign disturbs flag week

Campaign disturbs flag week

Ulemu Ntonga - 09 - Jun - 2019

Humanitarian agency – Red Cross is yet to evaluate whether or not it has over-or-under collected funds in the recent flag-week campaign.

Chilima rebukes regionalism, protest matches

Chilima rebukes regionalism, protest matches

mij online reporter - 08 - Jun - 2019

UTM president Saulos Chilima has called for renewed sense of national unity as the country seems divided along regional lines.

Chakwera ignores presidency of APM

Chakwera ignores presidency of APM

mij online reporter - 08 - Jun - 2019

Malawi Congress Party president – Lazarus Chakwera has ignored the presidency of Peter Mutharika and also vowed; he will continue to use all legal and peaceful avenues until justice is administered in relation to the May 21 elections.

Macra mutes phone-ins on radios

Macra mutes phone-ins on radios

Glory Msowowa - 07 - Jun - 2019

Communications regulator – Macra has suspended phone-in-programs on all local radio stations on grounds that such programming has become unethical and careless in the wake of post-election events.

UTM leader Chilima tags Jane Ansah ultimatum

UTM leader Chilima tags Jane Ansah ultimatum

Catherine Maulidi - 07 - Jun - 2019

UTM president – Saulos Chilima has asked Malawi Electoral Commission chairperson Jane Ansah to resign by Friday June 14th or risk being exposed.

President APM speaks on post-election demos

President APM speaks on post-election demos

Catherine Maulidi and Brenda Kaonga - 07 - Jun - 2019

Malawi leader – Peter Mutharika has said is expecting that losers of the May 21st will accept defeat and let the country move-on.

AU wades-in on elections’ violence

AU wades-in on elections’ violence

mij online reporter - 06 - Jun - 2019

A key bilateral stakeholder – African Union has moved-in, on the post-election dispute and called on electoral players to resolve their differences quickly before the situation gets out of hand.

Media challenged on elections coverage

Media challenged on elections coverage

Tamanda Matebule - 06 - Jun - 2019

An evaluation into the performance of Malawi media has pitted state broadcaster – MBC as the worst performer in elections coverage for the May 21st polls.

CSOs turn to MEC chair for elections’ justice

CSOs turn to MEC chair for elections’ justice

Brenda Kaonga - 06 - Jun - 2019

In the recent past; in Malawi, ultimatums have been synonymous to CSOs and the executive, however, in the aftermath of the May 21st elections, civil rights campaigners have picked added one more – MEC chair, Jane Ansah.

Red army on the streets

Red army on the streets

Bernadetta Mia - 04 - Jun - 2019

In a desperate push for ‘their’ justice, sympathizers of Malawi Congress Party had to brave the harsh weather on Tuesday for a protest match held in the administrative and commercial capitals Lilongwe and Blantyre respectively

Law expert offers remedy on ’political mongering’

Law expert offers remedy on ’political mongering’

Aubrey Kalumpha - 03 - Jun - 2019

A law professor has proposed the amendment of section 65 if the legislation is also to apply to independent Members of Parliament who cross the floor willy-nilly.

Law expert offers remedy on ’political mongering’

Law expert offers remedy on ’political mongering’

Aubrey Kalumpha - 03 - Jun - 2019

Professor Edge Kanyongolo proposes constitutional amendment to discipline independent MPs fond of changing their political allegiance

MCP, UTM team-up against APM

MCP, UTM team-up against APM

Catherine Maulidi - 03 - Jun - 2019

Malawi Congress Party and UTM have momentary buried their differences to fight their common political enemy – DPP.

MCP, UTM team-up against APM

MCP, UTM team-up against APM

Catherine Maulidi - 03 - Jun - 2019

Malawi Congress Party and UTM have momentarily buried their differences to fight their common political enemy – DPP.

Analysts for technocrat cabinet

Analysts for technocrat cabinet

Bernadetta Mia - 03 - Jun - 2019

With only days into office; a call has gone out to President Peter Mutharika for him to think beyond the political spectrum when considering his fresh cabinet.

MEC under fire over Tipp-Ex

MEC under fire over Tipp-Ex

Brenda Kaonga and Aubrey Kalumpha - 03 - Jun - 2019

An eminent audit firm has questioned the use of Tipp-Ex in the polls held on May 21 saying this could have been a plot to conceal something

NICE Wants MEC To Hold Some Results

NICE Wants MEC To Hold Some Results

Benadetta Chiwanda Mia - 24 - May - 2019

National Initiative for Civic Education-NICE Trust has suggested that the country’s electoral body; Malawi Electoral Commission- MEC should quarantine results from problematic areas and resolve the issues before releasing final results.

Oxfam Takes The Next Government To Task

Oxfam Takes The Next Government To Task

Japheth Thole - 20 - May - 2019

Malawi’s delevopment partner, Oxfam has called on the next government to work for citizens by addressing their challenges than focusing on non-Malawian issues.

Be Professionals-Journalists Urged

Be Professionals-Journalists Urged

Thomas Kachere and Chimango Chipeta - 20 - May - 2019

One of the country’s development partners United Nations Development Programme-UNDP has urged media practitioners in the country to refrain from bias reporting stressing such actions have the potential of fueling chaotic scenes during or after elections.

Team Adventure For Improved Standards

Team Adventure For Improved Standards

Esmy Mwahimba - 16 - May - 2019

A Blantyre based Non-governmental organization; Team Adventure says motivation is one of the strongest tools that can help Malawi to improve education standards in primary schools.

NICE Observers Ready For  Mobile Application Elections Reporting

NICE Observers Ready For Mobile Application Elections Reporting

Chifundo Zingunde - 16 - May - 2019

All is set for National Initiative for Civic Education-NICE Trust to place its 462 elections monitors that will for the first time use a smart phone application to report results and state of affairs right from their respective polling stations.

MEC Says No Transfers For Released Prisoners

MEC Says No Transfers For Released Prisoners

Ulemu Ntonga - 16 - May - 2019

The Malawi Electoral Commission-MEC says all the prisoners who registered to vote in prison, but have been released will only be allowed to vote in prison where they registered.

MHC Tenants Want Government To Do More

MHC Tenants Want Government To Do More

Brenda Kawonga - 14 - May - 2019

Tenants of the Malawi Housing Corporation-MHC have asked government to sell them the houses which they are renting.

Disagreement Over Security Gadgets On

Disagreement Over Security Gadgets On

Brenda Kawonga - 14 - May - 2019

Government has said the security gadgets which President Arthur Peter Mutharika-APM donated to the Association of Persons with Albinism-APAM was a personal gift.

MESN Against Political Endorsements

MESN Against Political Endorsements

Malumbo Ngwira - 13 - May - 2019

Malawi Electoral Support Network-MESN has condemned growing habit of political endorsements saying they have potential to fuel voter apathy during the upcoming 21 May tripartite elections.

Home Alone-Clergy Worried With Candidates That Shun Prayers

Home Alone-Clergy Worried With Candidates That Shun Prayers

Cathy Maulidi - 10 - May - 2019

The moderator of the presidential breakfast Apostle Madalitso Mbewe has expressed worry over the conduct of some presidential candidates who have failed to show up at the prayers without even giving an apology.

Malawi Red Cross Society In Flag Week Commemoration

Malawi Red Cross Society In Flag Week Commemoration

Aubrey Kalumpha - 10 - May - 2019

From 8th May to 14th May 2019, Malawi Red Cross Society-MRCS is commemorating the existence of Red Cross and Red Crescent and its humanitarian activities across the world under the theme “Love.”

EAM Call For Peaceful Election Prayers

EAM Call For Peaceful Election Prayers

Lifu Litete - 10 - May - 2019

The Evangelical Association of Malawi-EAM, an umbrella body for all evangelical churches in the country has appealed to all Christians in the country to dedicate the 21 days to a peaceful tripartite election on May 21.

Muluzi Says Malawi Needs Listening Leadership

Muluzi Says Malawi Needs Listening Leadership

Chikondi Gondwe - 10 - May - 2019

United Democratic Front presidential candidate Atupele Muluzi says failure by leaders to listen and respond to the voices of Malawians, has been one of the biggest challenges the country has had, that also led to poor accountability.

MANEB Told To Do Enough Homework

MANEB Told To Do Enough Homework

Aubrey Kalumpha - 10 - May - 2019

Hope for the Blind has advised the national examination body-Malawi National Examinations Board-MANEB to thoroughly prepare for any examinations the country holds.

Angry Judge Forbids Suspect Mentioning Names

Angry Judge Forbids Suspect Mentioning Names

Brenda Kawonga and Crispin Mbukwa - 09 - May - 2019

One of the country’s legal experts has said the media can seek judicial review on an order by the high court sitting in Zomba which has restricted the media from mentioning the names of high profile people who have been implicated by a suspect in an albino abduction case.

APAM Security Alarms Not The Only Solution

APAM Security Alarms Not The Only Solution

Esmy Mwahimba - 09 - May - 2019

Association of persons with Albinism in Malawi-APAM has said security alarms are not the only solution in ending albino abductions and killings in the country.

Chilima Challenges Youth To Fight For Their Rights

Chilima Challenges Youth To Fight For Their Rights

Lifu Litete - 09 - May - 2019

UTM Party Leader Saulos Chilima says it is time that young people should stand and start demanding for their rights.

Mount Meru Workers Down Tools

Mount Meru Workers Down Tools

Malumbo Ngwira - 08 - May - 2019

Workers at Mount Meru Limited have turned down their tools in a quest to force management to revise unfavorable working conditions at the place.

DODMA In 14 Billion Kwacha Deficit

DODMA In 14 Billion Kwacha Deficit

Glory Msowoya - 08 - May - 2019

The Department of Disaster Management Affairs of Malawi-DODMA has said the deficit for the flood response plan budget is at around 14 Billion Kwacha (19.6 Million US Dollars.)

CCJP warns Malawians of party affiliations

CCJP warns Malawians of party affiliations

Robert Mbetewa - 07 - May - 2019

The Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace-CCJP has urged Malawians to stand and defend their economic right when electing leaders on May 21.

Dr Mary Shaba says Malawi needs a God fearing leader

Dr Mary Shaba says Malawi needs a God fearing leader

Cathy Maulidi - 07 - May - 2019

Long serving civil servant Dr Mary Shaba has asked Malawians to vote wisely if they want to deal away with massive corruption and poverty currently affecting the nation.

MANEB ready for PSLC Exams

MANEB ready for PSLC Exams

Aubrey Kalumpha - 07 - May - 2019

Malawi National Examinations Board-MANEB says all is set for primary school leaving certificate examinations-PSLCE to begin tomorrow.

Counter Accusations Within Malawi’s CSOs

Counter Accusations Within Malawi’s CSOs

Lifu Litete - 06 - May - 2019

Verbal war has erupted between Malawi’s civil society players.

Mutharika Shuns PAC National Prayers

Mutharika Shuns PAC National Prayers

Malumbo Ngwira - 04 - May - 2019

Democratic Progressive Party-DPP’s President Professor Peter Mutharika shunned this year’s national prayers and signing of peace declaration organised by Public Affairs Committee - PAC.

MESN wants authorities to be aggressive on vote rigging

MESN wants authorities to be aggressive on vote rigging

Esnath Samson - 03 - May - 2019

Electoral stakeholders in the country have called on presidential candidates making claims on vote rigging to present evidence to Malawi Electoral Commission-MEC and police for investigations.

MISA take authorities to office on World Press Freedom Day

MISA take authorities to office on World Press Freedom Day

Aubrey Kalumpha - 03 - May - 2019

Government has stressed on the need for journalists to present facts when reporting on electoral issues as the world commemorates World Press-Freedom Day-WPFD.

MEC to decide on pardoned prisoners

MEC to decide on pardoned prisoners

Glory Msowoya - 03 - May - 2019

The Malawi Electoral Commission-MEC says it will meet soon on the way forward for prisoners that have been pardoned ahead of 21st May elections.

Policy analyst calls for monitoring of infrastructure projects

Policy analyst calls for monitoring of infrastructure projects

Aubrey Kalumpha - 02 - May - 2019

A policy analyst in the country Tiyane Nyirenda says Malawians and civil society organizations should show ownership of the infrastructure developments government is doing by overseeing their implementation.

Bishop Nsusa calls for unity on flood victims

Bishop Nsusa calls for unity on flood victims

Aubrey Kalumpha - 01 - May - 2019

Chancellor of Catholic University of Malawi-CU Bishop Nsusa has called on Malawians to work together to help people affected by natural disasters in the country.

Political Analyst Says Police Bias

Political Analyst Says Police Bias

Aubrey Kalumpha - 01 - May - 2019

Political parties have been cautioned on the need to deliberate breach of multiparty democracy policies.

MhEST for safety of street kids

MhEST for safety of street kids

Benard Dowa - 30 - Apr - 2019

Mlambe Health and Social Trust (MHeST) have started processes of removing street kids in Zomba City, by giving them basic needs.

Loans’ board optimistic of recovering more

Loans’ board optimistic of recovering more

Chifundo Zingunde - 29 - Apr - 2019

Malawi’s Higher Education Students’ Loans and Grants Board (HESLGB) it is optimistic it will recover 90 percent in two years of loans and grants that public universities alumni owe government since 1985.

Human Rights Defenders Tear Pastoral Letter

Human Rights Defenders Tear Pastoral Letter

Thomas Kachere - 29 - Apr - 2019

Human rights defenders have torn apart the recent released pastoral letter by CCAP Nkhoma synod describing it as partisan and wrong timed.

Government says 2018/19 FISP a Success

Government says 2018/19 FISP a Success

Benadetta Chiwanda Mia - 29 - Apr - 2019

Government has described the 2018/19 Farm Input Subsidy Program as a success.

WWS Africa to offer life changing opportunities

WWS Africa to offer life changing opportunities

Naomi Mpika - 29 - Apr - 2019

Africa’s leading scholarship linking organisation, World Wide Scholarships -WWS Africa, is ready to be in Malawi in the first week of May to search for top talent in arts, sports and other fields.

HRDC want government to sustain funding

HRDC want government to sustain funding

Aubrey Kalumpha - 29 - Apr - 2019

Human Rights Defenders Coalition-HRDC say they would like government to continue funding the National Action Plan as it has pumped in K250 million Kwacha to help people with albinism.

Pastoral Letter Boils

Pastoral Letter Boils

Japheth Thole - 29 - Apr - 2019

The Clergy of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian-CCAP Nkhoma Synod has called on Malawians to vote for a leader that has a good reputation, full of the Holy Spirit and wisdom, saying these qualities have potential to take this country to another level.

Long Wait To Be Home For 26 Karonga Witchcraft Victims

Long Wait To Be Home For 26 Karonga Witchcraft Victims

Chifundo Zingunde - 28 - Apr - 2019

26 people who are seeking refuge at Karonga Old Town Council rest house will have to wait longer for them to live a comfort life in their own village again as discussion to relocate them are still underway.

Government cheers Rumphi hailstorm victims

Government cheers Rumphi hailstorm victims

Chikondi Gondwe - 27 - Apr - 2019

Government, through Malawi Defense Force and Malawi Police Service are still probing for three missing people due to hailstorm that happened on April 19, 2019 in Rumphi district.

Female trainee teachers want to be understood

Female trainee teachers want to be understood

Esmy Mwahimba - 26 - Apr - 2019

Female trainee teachers under IPTE 14 have expressed concern over a decision by their management to bar female trainee teachers who are breast feeding and some who are due to deliver from going for internship.

Malawi Institute of Journalism ready for degree programme

Malawi Institute of Journalism ready for degree programme

Benadetta Chiwanda Mia - 26 - Apr - 2019

Malawi’s leading media training institution, Malawi Institute of Journalism-MIJ on Friday awarded 447 students with Certificates and Diplomas in journalism with emphasis on professionalism and media independence.

EU says May 21 polls an opportunity for Malawi

EU says May 21 polls an opportunity for Malawi

Thomas Kachere - 25 - Apr - 2019

The EU Election Observer Mission says the May 21 polls are an opportunity to conduct polls which enjoy the confidence of the people, building on what has been done previously and learning also from past challenges.

MIJ ready to graduate 447 students tomorrow

MIJ ready to graduate 447 students tomorrow

Sharon Chikaonda - 25 - Apr - 2019

The Malawi Institute of Journalism-MIJ says all is set for its 23rd graduation ceremony scheduled to take place tomorrow 26th April 2019 at COMESA Hall in Blantyre.

there are no trees to cut-Forestry department worried

there are no trees to cut-Forestry department worried

Pemphero Phiri - 25 - Apr - 2019

So he says “there are no more forests to cut from due to careless cutting down of trees”, according to the Deputy Assistant Director of Department of Forestry Henry Utira.

PAC advances preparation for national prayers

PAC advances preparation for national prayers

Benard Dowa - 25 - Apr - 2019

Public Affairs of Committee-PAC says it has managed to approach seven Presidential Candidates and Secretaries General of contesting political parties for national prayers on 4 May at Bingu International Convention Centre-BICC in Lilongwe.

Fight over fishing ground claims life

Fight over fishing ground claims life

Thomas Kachere - 25 - Apr - 2019

Mangochi police have arrested a 30-year old Imran Adam on suspicion that he killed a 33-year-old fisherman Mwayi Wyson in a fight that erupted over a fishing ground at Limimbi river in the district.

Police engage communities on personal security alarms

Police engage communities on personal security alarms

Glory Msowoya - 25 - Apr - 2019

Dedza Police Officer in Charge Emmie Soko has asked Community Policing Officers in the district to start sensitizing communities on how personal security alarms operate.

Case adjournments worries Church and Society

Case adjournments worries Church and Society

Chimango Chipeta - 25 - Apr - 2019

The Church and Society of Livingstonia Synod has pleaded with the judiciary to inform in advance interested parties on the adjournment of different court cases.

Immigration calls borders to order

Immigration calls borders to order

Violet Judo Bango - 25 - Apr - 2019

The Immigration Department has said it will be screening all foreigners who will be entering Malawi to ensure that the May poll is credible.

CEAR partners media

CEAR partners media

Alice Msangambe - 25 - Apr - 2019

Railway industry experts say the media plays a vital role in bringing to light issues on how the industry operates.

Young people stand for economic growth

Young people stand for economic growth

Sharon Chikaonda and Esmy Mwahimba - 25 - Apr - 2019

Young people believe youth can help boost Malawi’s economy in wide scope from local products they are producing.

Promoted teachers yet to receive letters

Promoted teachers yet to receive letters

Brenda Kawonga - 25 - Apr - 2019

Over Twenty Thousand teachers who were promoted by government early this month are yet to start receiving their promotion letters.

High expectation over tobacco market

High expectation over tobacco market

Lifu Litete - 24 - Apr - 2019

Excitement has gripped tobacco growers at Kanengo Auction Floors as this year’s tobacco selling market is set to open this Thursday.

Mzuni Management shoots down students’ proposal

Mzuni Management shoots down students’ proposal

Robert Mbetewa - 24 - Apr - 2019

Mzuzu University-Mzuni has shot down a request by students, to confer them their certificates before July graduation ceremony.

Government and Rights Defenders differ on shot girl

Government and Rights Defenders differ on shot girl

Chifundo Zingunde - 24 - Apr - 2019

Dust refuses to settle between government and the country’s human rights defenders over ultimatums by the latter to force the former to intervene in a case of a 9-year-old girl who was shot by Malawi Police Service.

Police Officers told to involve God in their duties

Police Officers told to involve God in their duties

Thomas Kachere - 24 - Apr - 2019

Police officers have been encouraged put God first when discharging their duties for a successful peaceful May 21 general elections.

Unemployed nurses set 27th April for finals

Unemployed nurses set 27th April for finals

Esnath Samson - 23 - Apr - 2019

A grouping calling itself Concerned Unemployed Nurses and Midwives has threatened to take it to the streets if government does not employ all unemployed nurses by April 27.

Amai Mwakonzanji celebrates resurrection with love

Amai Mwakonzanji celebrates resurrection with love

Glory Msowoya - 23 - Apr - 2019

A grouping called Amai Mwakonzanji has urged women in the country to work together in a quest to transform people’s lives.

Ambassadors Christ Ministries call clergy to giving

Ambassadors Christ Ministries call clergy to giving

Thomas Kachere - 23 - Apr - 2019

Ambassadors Christ Ministries says taking care of the needy is one way of showing God’s love to his people.

God first, always-Bishop Kwatiwani believes

God first, always-Bishop Kwatiwani believes

Benadetta Chiwanda Mia - 23 - Apr - 2019

Malawians have been advised to put God first in their dealings in order to attain a greater life and salvation.

Cyclone Kenneth worries authorities

Cyclone Kenneth worries authorities

Aubrey Kalumpha - 23 - Apr - 2019

Information gaps among aspiring councilors worries N.I.C.E.

Information gaps among aspiring councilors worries N.I.C.E.

Chimango Chipeta - 20 - Apr - 2019

The National Initiative for Civic Education-NICE Trust has conceded of information gap on the running of council affairs among aspiring ward councilors.

Ministry of Agriculture hopeful of a boost in banana production

Ministry of Agriculture hopeful of a boost in banana production

Chimango Chipeta - 19 - Apr - 2019

The Ministry of Agriculture has expressed optimism that it will meet its target of having multiplied hundred thousand banana suckers by December this year.

Police recover property worthy millions

Police recover property worthy millions

Thomas Kachere - 19 - Apr - 2019

Police in Bvumbwe have arrested a 55-year-old man and recovered property worth millions of kwachas.

NGO rings bell on politicizing development

NGO rings bell on politicizing development

Esmy Mwahimba - 18 - Apr - 2019

A health organization, Heart to Heart says politicians are sometimes standing in as barriers to development when they come to claim every development organisations are implementing in communities.

Environmental expert blames judiciary over plastic ban

Environmental expert blames judiciary over plastic ban

Aubrey Kalumpha - 18 - Apr - 2019

An environmental expert has blamed the judicial system of the country saying it is slowing down the implementation of the ban on production and use of thin plastics.

EU Election Observation Mission in for 21 May elections

EU Election Observation Mission in for 21 May elections

Thomas Kachere - 18 - Apr - 2019

The European Union-EU Election Observation Mission for the tripartite elections in Malawi has today Thursday deployed 28 long term observers throughout the country.

Youth clubs compare government programme to Thangata system

Youth clubs compare government programme to Thangata system

Robert Mbetewa - 17 - Apr - 2019

Government has been given a 14 days ultimatum to review and pay wages to youth engaged in forest restoration program.

EGENCO hopes on mixed power generation

EGENCO hopes on mixed power generation

Cathy Maulidi - 17 - Apr - 2019

Electricity Generation Company-EGENCO says mixed power generation such as solar and wind is one of the lasting solutions to dealing with power outages in Malawi.

Bishop Fowowe courts youth on development

Bishop Fowowe courts youth on development

Japheth Thole - 15 - Apr - 2019

The clergy has asked youths in Malawi to be patriotic but not to allow themselves to be a pawn of violence in the forthcoming elections.

APM challenges youths

APM challenges youths

Lifu Litete - 12 - Apr - 2019

President Peter Mutharika has challenged young people in the country to be innovative.

Voters should guard certificates-NICE

Voters should guard certificates-NICE

Luka Beston Damiano - 12 - Apr - 2019

A fresh appeal has gone out to the electorate to guard their voter’s certificates against some political leaders who are tampering with information on them.

Secondary school teachers want employment

Secondary school teachers want employment

Naomi Mpika - 12 - Apr - 2019

Secondary school teachers who were trained in 2014 have petitioned government over their unemployment.

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