BANJA LA A BULEYA LURE LIKUFUNA CHIPEPESO CHA MK 250 MILIYONI...

Banja la a Buleya Lure omwe adaphedwa ali m'manja mwa apolisi pa nkhani yokhuza kusowa kwa m'nyamata wa chi alubino wa...

Chiradzulu to host International Albinism Awareness Day on 13th June

This year’s International Albinism Awareness Day (IAAD) commemoration will be held on June 13 in Chiradzulu District under the theme “Still Standing...

Human Right Defenders Highlight New Demands Njaunju murder

The Human Rights Defenders Coalition Malawi has highlighted fresh demands to the government in response to the statement issued by...

Equatorial Guinea to abolish death penalty

The last time Equatorial Guinea applied the death sentence was in 2014 but President Obiang Nguema has given a strong hint that...

APAM to introduce resource book

The Association of Persons with Albinism in Malawi-APAM says it intends to introduce a resource book to equip teachers with...

NGO Coalition calls on APM to speed up Children’s Bill

By Pemphero Musowa Non-Government Organisation Coalition (NGO CCR) has called on President Peter Mutharika to speed up...

Rumphi registers 16 percent drop in defilement cases

Rumphi district has registered a 16 percent decrease in defilement cases in the first quarter of 2019.  From...

MEC warns candidates against political handouts

Moffat Banda The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has issued a stern warning to political parties and candidates...

Ombudsman orders street kids off the streets

By Benjamin Maona Two Non-governmental organisations in the country, Eye of the Child and Centre for Human Rights Education, Advice and Assistance (CHREAA) have backed...

PETTY CASES FUELING CONGESTION IN POLICE CELLS AND PRISONS

BY CHINSINSI CHEKETA AND SAMUEL DUNCAN The country’s Magistrates have warned that, unless petty cases are diverged, the issue of decongesting police cells and prisons...

Court adjourns Masambuka case

The High Court in Zomba on Tuesday adjourned to a later date, a case involving 12 people who are accused of murdering a young...

119 Child Soldiers Released In South Sudan

Nearly 120 children were released from an armed group in South Sudan on Monday, bringing the total number of children released to 3 100. The...

Five People With Albinism Attacked this year

Minister of information and communications technology has expressed sadness on the continued attacks of people with albinism in the country. Henry Mussa has said this...

‘Gandhi statue construction should stop for good’- Human Rights activist

One of Malawi’s Human Rights Activists, Wonderful Mkhutche, has said the halt in the construction of Mahatma Gandhi Statue is not enough, and wants...

Liberia finance ministry bans wigs and coloured hair

The ministry has disclosed a decision to enforce a 2014 policy that bars employees from wearing coloured hair extensions or dying their hair, the...

Will eSwatini manage to retain the name change? – Thulani Maseko

Human rights activist Thulani Maseko is challenging King Mswati III’s decision to change the Southern African nation’s name to the Kingdom of eSwatini, calling...

Sierra Leone expels 38 Chinese for ‘child labour’ in mining

Sierra Leone is to deport 38 Chinese for alleged involvement in illicit gold mining and child labour, officials said on Wednesday. "The Chinese are accused...

YONECO Orients Chikwawa Chiefs on Gender Related Laws

Chiefs from the area of Traditional Authority (T/A) Kasisi in Chikwawa district have applauded YONECO for the orienting session on Gender-Related laws which the...