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Peter Mutharika not understanding procedure for death inquiries, insists only doctors...

Despite some of family members appearing before a commission of inquiry into the death of former President Bingu wa Mutharika, the bereaved family...

Malawi launches climate change communication strategy

The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change management on Thursday launched climate change communication strategy. Speaking during the launch, Minister of Environment and Climate...

Fuel shortage hits hard in Mzuzu

Shortage of diesel and petrol has hit Mzuzu and the Northern Region for the past few days, affecting transportation for businesses and consumers...

KCN support staff on strike over salaries

Support staff at Kamuzu College of Nursing (KCN) yesterday went on strike to press their employers to hike their salaries. Taking a pattern of...

Kasambara defends his double positions

Attorney General Ralph Kasambara, who is also Minister of Justice has dismissed arguments, that he is infringing principles of conflict of interest further...

Blantyre City Council workers strike, demand 150% pay rise

As industrial actions by employees of various public institutions in demand for a pay rise continue in Malawi, Blantyre city council workers have...

JB govt told to resolve public workers’ strikes

Malawi trade unionists have told President Joyce Banda’s administration to take responsibility for the spate of industrial strikes that have hit the country,...

Chiefs to receive special subsidy coupons

Traditional leaders across Malawi will this year be provided with coupons for the subsidy fertilizer, as a strategy to prevent the chiefs from...

Poly students riot over 5 week lecturers’ strike

Students of the University of Malawi’s Polytechnic rioted on Monday after being frustrated by a five week strike by their lecturers. The college’s...

Punching holes in Malawi’s food basket

As the Lilongwe Water Board (LWB) contemplates finding a river from which to construct another dam to supply water to Lilongwe City residents,...

Malawi’s Press Agriculture donates lakeland for green revolution

The much touted initiative to use Malawi’s abundant water resources for irrigation farming in the face of climate change which has impacted on...

Private sector gears to spur Malawi’s ICT industry

With a less vibrant private sector, the government is the single largest and most attractive consumer of technology in Malawi, a situation which...

Children still in initiation camps as schools open

As first term for the 2012/2013 school year opened on Monday, reports are rife that several children in some parts of Malawi...

President Banda meets opposition party leaders over MW/TZ border row

President Joyce Banda held a high level meeting with opposition political parties' leaders at Sanjika Palace in Blantyre on Monday over the Malawi...

MANEB providing a disservice to the nation by withholding results

Pupils who sat for the Junior Certificate of Education (JCE) and the Primary School Leaving Certificate of Education (PSLCE) examinations earlier this year...

Illala to resume operations mid-December

Government says Illala will be back sailing on Lake Malawi in mid-December this year. According to government, repairs on MV Illala are in progress...

Peter Mutharika hopes DPP will win in 2014 polls

The interim president of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Peter Mutharika is optimistic that DPP will bounce back to power come 2014 claiming...

UDF plans to go into alliance with PP

The former ruling United Democratic Front (UDF) is planning to go into a political alliance with the ruling People’s Party (PP) following its...