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Youth Leaders, NYCOM at loggerheads over allowances

Districts youth representatives who were attending a three-day workshop in Lilongwe are at loggerheads with the National Youth Council of Malawi (NYCOM) over...

Airtel donates K15m for Safe Motherhood

Airtel has donated K15 million to government aimed at training 15 nurses in India under the Safe Motherhood programme. This comes after the mobile...

Schools closed as Chicken Pox outbreak hits Southern Malawi

Health authorities have closed schools in the southern Malawi district of Neno following the confirmation of an outbreak of chicken pox. So far...

Govt unveils economic recovery plan

Malawi government on Tuesday said the 18 month economic recovery plan it has unveiled will cushion Malawians from the effects of some economic...

Malawi, Nigeria signed treaties on trade, economy and human resource exchange

Malawi and Nigeria signed two joint treaties on Monday aimed at cementing bilateral relations between the two countries through trade and human resource...

Flames told to remain focused

Local coaches and football commentators are confident that the Flames can still qualify for next year’s AFCON finals despite trailing Ghana by two...

Construction at Malawi University of Science &Technology still on course

Construction works on the University of Science and Technology in Thyolo are in progress, contrary to reports that the new government has abandoned...

Divisions rock Chanco over Unima Council’s 25% offer

Divisions have emerged within the academic staff membership at the University of Malawi’s Chancellor College in Zomba over a 25 percent pay rise...

Munlo appears before inquiry of Bingu wa Mutharika’s death

Malawi’s Chief Justice (CJ) Lovemore Munlo on Thursday appeared before the commission of inquiry which President Joyce Banda set up to probe the...

Slavery rocks Airtel Malawi Call Center agent, Tech Mahindra LTD

Taking into the advantage of the now sky-rocketing number of jobless Malawians, Tech Mahindra LTD has gone using Malawians for free at the...

IMF to review Malawi’s economy earlier than scheduled

A high level delegation from the International Monitory Fund (IMF)is scheduled to visit Malawi early October to review the country’s budget performance, a...

Fuel shortage hits Lilongwe

Motorists are beginning to panic in Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe following the erratic fuel supplies in most pump stations the city. The shortage, which started...

Polytechnic lecturers refuse an 25% salary increment offer

Malawi Polytechnic College lecturers have refused to accept an offer of 25 percent salary increment which all other University of Malawi (Unima )...

Africa’s Newest Woman on Top: Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma

It’s indeed the century of the rise in leadership for African women! In January 2006, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf became the first woman to become African...

Taliban threaten to kill Prince Harry

The Taliban said Monday it was determined to kill Britain's Prince Harry, serving in Afghanistan four years after his previous deployment was cut...

Malawi in need of food aid increase, warns WFP

About 1.6 million Malawians will need food aid before this year’s harvest, an eightfold increase from last year, because of poor crops and...

Joyce Banda to attend AAI Awards Dinner Gala in New York

On September 26, President Mrs Joyce Banda will be honored at The 28th Annual AAI Awards Dinner Gala in NYC for championing women's...

Microsoft CSS working to provide Malawi with clean water

A team of 10 volunteers from Microsoft Customer Service and Support in Europe and North America have just set off for Malawi as...