Sunday, 30 April 2017
 

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The fate of the Access to Information (ATI) Bill now rests in the hands of President Peter Mutharika.

Representatives of Zodiak Broadcasting Station (ZBS) are expressing surprise over the decision by the Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) to slap them with a fine.

The public spotlight will today be on the Rwanda genocide suspect who will appear in court in Lilongwe, for his extradition case.

The German Ambassador to Malawi Jurgen Borsch is speaking in support of the recently passed land laws.

The death toll has risen in the road accident that occurred on Thursday in Malawi’s central region district of Ntcheu.

An assessment report on health budget transparency and accountability has faulted Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in Mzimba district for not being transparent.

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

People, led by the clergy have gathered in the country’s major cities of Mzuzu, Lilongwe and Blantyre in a protest march.

The issue of corruption will be under the spotlight when district council representatives from the South meet commissioners of the Public Service Reform Initiative.

Five members of a family in Lilongwe have died from food poisoning.

Foundation for Community Support Services (FOCUS) has taken a huge step forward on a quest to combat the spread of HIV, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI’s) and teenage pregnancies among the youth.

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