Sunday, 30 April 2017
 

Local News (1016)

Malawi's President Joyce Banda admitted on Friday she took a "political risk" in launching a major fight against corruption ahead of elections in May.

President Joyce Banda is pushing for the establishment of a special corruption court for the speedy trial of such cases.

Chikhwawa District Hospital administrators are pleading with members of the general public and other stakeholders to support the hospital with food items and linens.

At least 99 percent of the people living in villages have registered for the national registration exercise which is underway across the country, the National Registration Bureau has revealed.

Passport applicants will have to continue waiting for a longer period before being offered their travelling documents due to lack of book covers.

Leader of the Synagogue Church of All Nations in Nigeria, T.B. Joshua has trashed rumours spreading around that Malawi’s President Joyce Banda, has received a prophecy from him that she will only be president for another two years after the 2014 elections.

Members of the public are expressing mixed views on the move by President Joyce Banda to attend prayers at Prophet TB Joshua’s church in Lagos, Nigeria.

Over 300 children yesterday received Sacrament of confirmation at the Holy Family Catholic Parish in Lilongwe as part of the annual Celebrations.

The government has attributed continued salary delays for civil servants to the faulty financial management system, known as IFMIS.

The government has apologized to communities in Chiradzulu for commissioning a feasibility study on the construction of a water dam without consultations.

Over half of the country's population will start enjoying digital broadcasting services by next week.

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