Friday, 24 March 2017
 

Doctors in Kenya have agreed to end a 100-day strike that has paralysed the country's public health system.

Kenya has handed over four men suspected of trying to smuggle large quantities of heroin to the US, police said Tuesday, reports AFP news agency. 

A Kenyan couple unable to afford the expense of a wedding have earned plaudits on social media for pursuing "a budget option $1 ceremony" which they attended wearing casual clothes.

The police in Malawi organised meetings and solidarity march in Karonga and Chitipa districts as one of the strategies to ensure that people with albinism are protected and live peacefully.

 

Persons with albinism claim that a majority of them are dying of skin cancer following failure by the government of Malawi to provide them with sunscreen lotion.

The government of Malawi maintains that the decision by Fast jet to suspend its operations in the southern African nation was beyond Capital Hill’s control.

President Mutharika says his administration is implementing new public management reforms in a bid to weed out corruption by ensuring accountability and preventing financial malfeasance.

Final clinical trials of a malaria vaccine the first to reach this stage suggest it could help protect millions of children against malaria.

Kenya’s head of state Uhuru Kenyatta has stressed that he looks forward to working with the Malawi government considering that Malawi remains close to his heart.

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.

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