Monday, 27 February 2017
 

Capital News (1949)

There is hope for an Ebola free future as development of the vaccine rVSV-EBOV to fight the Ebola virus is almost done with only one trial remaining before rolling out the vaccine.

Malawi’s oldest Telecommunication service provider, MTL, says it is facing challenges to provide undisputable services to its co-site clients.

There is an whelming response on the number of pregnant women who are said to be delivering in certified health facilities in Malawi's central region district of Ntcheu.

The Malawi government has been demanded to act on recent proclamations that it wants to open a new chapter with the local media.

Malawi’s state controlled maize retailer, ADMARC, is planning to open extra points of sale as over 8 million people face hunger in the southern Africa nation.

The US government is resounding calls for Malawi to seriously invest in the energy sector as the country continues facing power cuts.

The opposition in Malawi is demanding the government to ensure that people that are found guilty of plundering public funds repay the money.

Economists in Malawi are emphasizing on the importance of protecting vulnerable groups amid harsh economic times.

The youth are being described as the secret to the success of any institution in the contemporary world.

Science Journalism is said to be improving in Africa with practitioners showing interest and passion in almost all states.

The Opposition in parliament vows to take the government to task over the newly implemented ADMARC maize prices.

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