The death toll from Saturday's landslide at a vast dump in Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa, has now risen to 113 people, local officials say.
Rescue workers are searching for survivors of a landslide that has killed 62 people at a vast dump in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa.
Funerals are taking place after a weekend of violent protests in Ethiopia's north-western city of Bahir Dar.
The opposition is piling pressure on the government to ensure speedy conclusion of a fraud case involving Malawi’s deputy diplomat to Ethiopia.
President Mutharika has ordered that all embassies be audited with immediate effect following revelations of massive fraud at the Malawi Embassy in Ethiopia.
World indoor 1500m champion Abeba Aregawi has been provisionally suspended after testing positive for a banned substance.
There are growing calls for people in Malawi to go for voluntary testing and counseling as the country joins the rest of the world in commemorating World AIDS Day on December 1.
Commissioners at the Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) have urged Capital Hill to impress upon the Government of South Africa to act with full resolve to put a decisive end to the anti-immigrant attacks in the rainbow nation.
President Mutharika on Friday asked the World Bank to consider resumption of the budgetary support to Malawi to fasten the social economic development of the country.
President Mutharika says there is need to review some of the country’s laws regarding women empowerment if Malawi is to have more women in decision making.