Motorists in Malawi’s commercial hub have described driving around the city’s CBD as a complete nightmare.
Eight months after a long wait marred with numerous delays and nuisance road users will now have access to ply on Blantyre’s Livingstone and Churchill roads in Limbe town.
The red star campaign is expected to roll off next March, this according to officials of the City Council (BCC).
Some streets in the city of Blantyre are expected to be filled with traffic due to the city council’s decision to close a larger part of the commercial hub's backbone road.
Police in Blantyre have launched massive manhunt to find criminals connected to the murder of a 74 year old businessman in the city.
President Mutharika says it is sad to note that after 50 years of independence, Malawi still has dilapidated and undesirable buildings.
Pressure continues to mount on the management of Blantyre Water Board (BWB) to start pumping water to the City residents after nearly two weeks of dry taps.
Social commentators are calling for stiffer punishment to Police officers involved in criminal activities.