Saturday, 29 April 2017

Malawi’s Vice President, who is also Minister responsible for disasters, Saulos Klaus Chilima has warned public officers to desist from channeling relief items into their own pockets or they will face the law.

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.

Pepsi on Wednesday pulled an ad after it was widely mocked and criticised for appearing to trivialise protests for social justice causes.

Chelsea maintained a seven-point advantage over Tottenham at the top of the Premier League with a hard-fought victory over Manchester City.

Civil society organisations on Wednesday said they have pleaded with companies not to penalise employees who decide to join one of the marches calling for the removal of President Jacob Zuma on Friday.

Malawian gospel hip hop artist Suffix has been nominated for two African Gospel Music and Media Awards (AGMMA).

“You many now kiss the bride.” An online wedding directory, which seeks to help couples, wedding planners and patrons make that “I do” moment stress free has gone live in Malawi.

Soccer fans in the country are welcoming the decision by TNM to continue sponsoring the top flight super league.

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