Sunday, 30 April 2017
 

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Commentators believe Malawians should not disregard the attacks on some members of the civil society, which in their view could be politically motivated.

The Auditor General will at the end of this month issue a report regarding the outcome of an audit carried out in Malawi Missions abroad.

A total of over 7 million children in Malawi are expected to get Measles-Rubella supplementary immunisation.

The infamous midnight six appears to be disintegrating, following the firing of Patricia Kaliati from cabinet.

The University of Malawi Council is today expected to make known its position on the strike being staged by employees at one of its constituent colleges.

Blantyre is set to host its first funfair dubbed Blantyre City Fair this month.

Representatives of the academic staff union of the Chancellor College, under the University of Malawi, are vowing to continue boycotting duties until salary disparity issues are addressed.

The country’s biggest water resource, Lake Malawi is facing a lot of pressure through projects, eyeing to benefit Malawians.

A police officer will spend next 8 years in prison after a Magistrate Court in Malawi's central region of Ntcheu found him guilty on charges of attempted robbery.

Malawi junior golf team players are confident of being a surprise package at this year’s All Africa Golf Championship taking place this week in Harare, Zimbabwe.

Malawi registered 962 fatal road accidents in 2016.

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