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By  Martha Kwataine and Lucy Msenga Read more news here  Ntcheu,  Following a myriad of road accidents that have killed more than 50 people in Ntcheu since January this year, Pastors under Ntcheu Pastors Fraternal conducted prayers along the M1 Road seeking God’s intervention. The decision for the...
Minister Kaliati warns perpetrators of GBV Document
By  Tione Andsen Read more news Lilongwe, Malawians have been warned to be very cautious in observing Covid-19 preventive measures to avoid falling into second wave of the pandemic. Dean of Public Health and Family Medicine and Co-Chairperson of the Presidential Taskforce on Covid-19, Dr John Phuka made...
By   Blessings Kaunda Read more news here Mzuzu, Mzuzu City Council (MCC) Covid-19 security and enforcement cluster has threatened to take action against schools that fail to comply with Covid-19 prevention measures as set by Ministries of Health and Education after noticing complacency in some of the institutions.
By  Shadreck Chaula Read more news here Rumphi, Uncertified electrical installers in Rumphi have asked Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA) to revise permit issuance frequency arguing that applicants wait for long to get a permit. One of the uncertified electrical installer, Lesta Munthali, told Malawi News Agency (MANA)...
By Lusayo Singogo Read more news here  Lilongwe, The State Vice President, Saulos Chilima Wednesday joined hundreds of Malawians who gathered to pay their last respects to late Noria Sendeza who was murdered in Indiana, in the United States of America (USA) last month. Noria was the daughter...
By  Martin Chiwanda Read more news here  Nsanje, Police in Nsanje are keeping in custody two men for allegedly breaking into a warehouse and stealing assorted items. Nsanje Police Public Relations Officer, Sub Inspector Agnes Zalakoma confirmed the development identifying the two suspects as Oris Neva, 31 and...
By  Asimenye Sibale Read more news here  Chitipa, There was commotion during the weekend when vendors who operate their businesses at Chitipa New Market forced merchandisers from Chitipa Old Market to leave the market. The traders complained that they were out of their business as most buyers patronise...
By  Lusayo Singogo Read more news here Lilongwe, Ministry of Agriculture has warned suppliers approved for the Affordable Inputs Program (AIP) against the sale of fake maize seed and fertilizer to farmers, saying they are low yielding and lead to food insecurity. The portfolio’s minister, Lobin Lowe, sounded...
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