Thursday, 30 March 2017
 

Government officials are pushing blame to each other and refusing to take responsibility in a multi-million Kwacha scandal that has been revealed at the Ministry of Health.

Malawians travelling to Mozambique are being advised to exercise caution and practice safe hygiene following the outbreak of Cholera in that country.

There are startling revelations that Ministry of Health officials who were implicated in the plunder of over MK 900 Million earmarked for an HIV and AIDS Project are taking out early retirement.

Health rights campaigners are calling on government to increase budgetary support for essential drugs.

Health authorities in Mzimba have raised an alarm over poor sanitation in the district’s hospital guardian shelter.

Children diagnosed with Tuberculosis in Malawi will continue to be treated with drugs that are meant for adults.

Traditional leaders in Malawi believe that the country can contain rapid population growth if policies are instituted to control the trend.

Authorities in Malawi say they are worried with the increased cases of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and teenage pregnancies among the youth in southern Africa nation.

Stakeholders in Malawi’s fight against HIV/AIDS sector has called for a clear look into the Education Policy saying it is a frustrating organisations working with the youth.

Authorities have doubt over the possibility of Malawi introducing sugar tax on fizzy products and highly concentrated fat consumables.

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