Tuesday, September 02, 2014
   
Text Size
Banner
Banner
image image image image
MCTU Says Ministers’ Proposal for Pay-hike ‘Outrageous’ The Malawi Congress of Trade Union-MCTU-has described as outrageous a proposal by cabinet ministers in Malawi for a 583 per cent pay increment.
Report Faults Government on Construction Contracts, Payment Arrears An assurance study report for Construction Sector Transparency Initiative (COST) has faulted government institutions for what it calls “limited international bidding” and delays in arrear payments.
MCP says “Won” May Polls The Malawi Congress Party –MCP- remains convinced that its presidential candidate Dr. Lazarus Chakwera won the May polls.
New Pressure Group for Malawi Federation A pressure group has emerged in Malawi’s northern region district of Mzimba aimed at advancing calls for a federal system of government in the country.

Machinga Community Demands Security

News image

MACHINGA: A community in Malawi’s Machinga district wants security enhanced.

Online Journalist | Sunday, 31 August 2014

Rumphi-Livingstonia Road to Get Facelift

News image

RUMPHI: The government of Malawi has committed to facelift the 79 kilometre stretch between Rumphi boma an...

Angela Mkandawire | Sunday, 31 August 2014

Chikwawa Chiefs, Politicians Push Govt for Irrigat

News image

CHIKWAWA: Chiefs and members of Parliament in Chikwawa and Nsanje have asked government to speed up the impl...

Online Journalist | Sunday, 31 August 2014

Karonga Police Arrest Man with Malaria Drugs

News image

KARONGA: As medical drug shortage continues to be felt in most public hospitals in Malawi, police in Karonga...

Isaac Chawinga | Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Malawi Govt. Upping Game on Childhood Development

News image

NTCHISI: The quest to improve quality childhood development has been an uphill battle in Malawi where govern...

Mayambiko Kambewa | Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Community Women Shun Contraceptives

News image

MACHINGA: Some women in Malawi’s Machinga district are increasingly shunning family planning methods getting...

Online Journalist | Tuesday, 26 August 2014

ZBS Latest News

Sithole Case: State to Verify Bank Notes Source

The Lilongwe magistrate court will reconvene when the state lawyer, in on-going cash gate case Mr.Kamudoni Nyasulu will name the bank where main suspect Oswald Lutepo withdrew over K 100million suspected to have been stolen from government coffers.

 

Community Demands CSR from OPTICHEM Phosphate Mine

A communities living at the bottom of Thundulu, a mountain in Malawi’s Phalombe district is protesting that it sees no benefit from a fertilizer manufacturing company- OPTICHEM which has, for five years now, been extracting phosphates in the area.

   
Move
-

Business

Top Headline
LWB Demands OK for 50% Tariff Hike

Residents in the Malawi capital, Lilongwe would have to dig deeper into their pockets to access basic water services if government nods to a 50 percent tariff rise proposal by their water board.

Read More...
Govt Owe Companies Over K 70 Bn

Treasury is expected to cough over K 70 billion this financial year alone servicing company payment-arrears accumulated during the previous financial year.

Read More...
K 24 Billion Required for Road Projects

At least K 16 billion is needed for the construction of  a 38 kilometer Chiringa - Muloza border road,  the Roads Authority has estimated.

Read More...
Move
-

Features

Top Headline
Africa Must Applaud Zimbabweans for their Relentless Courage

In an interesting turn of events the new chair of the South African Developing Communities (SADC) is Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe. The ninety year old President takes over the rotating chair from...

Read More...
AU Officials Discuss Fast Tracking Africa Mining Vision

ANGOLA:  In preparation for the first Bureau Meeting of the third African Union Conference of Ministers Responsible for Mineral Resources Development (CAMRMRD) to be held on 13 August 2014, Senior Officials...

Read More...
A Precarious United Front by African Leaders

The first week of August 2014 saw more than 40 African head of states flocking to the USA to engage with President Obama on trade issues.  The initiative had its pros and cons but of interest to me...

Read More...
Move
-

Sports

Top Headline
Gyan Protect the Goal Lead Celebrity to Watch Standard Bank Game

UNAIDS Country Director says the coming of Ghana National Football Team Captain Asamoah Gyan to Malawi this Thursday will invigorate Malawi’s fight against HIV and AIDS.

Read More...
Zambia U20 Edge Malawi in African Youth Championship Qualifier

The Zambia U20 men's football team took a giant step towards qualification to the 2015 Senegal African Youth Championship following a 2 - 1 victory over Malawi in the first leg of the third qualification...

Read More...
Big Bullets Clinch Carlsberg Cup

Big Bullets on Sunday humbled underdogs Zomba United 2 - 0 to clinch the Carlsberg Cup. This is Bullets' first cup game victory since 2012.

Read More...
Move
-

ENTERTAINMENT

Top Headline
Sunbird Stars in Philanthropy Ahead of Eviction Show

Top 16 contestants in the national music competition, Sunbird Search for a Star Thursday morning spared some time off their vocal training for a charitable mission to the Lilongwe Social Rehabilitation...

Read More...
Tuku’s Black Spirit Take Lilongwe by Storm

The setting was the Bingu International Conference Centre (BICC), the day was Friday and the artist; Zimbabwe Mbira star, Oliver Tuku Mtukudzi. Behind him were the sound masters; the Black spirits; a...

Read More...
Robin Williams Had Parkinson's Disease

Robin Williams was in the early stages of Parkinson's disease before his death, his widow has said.

Read More...

Top Headlines

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4

ZBS Social Network

      

International News

DW VIDEO FEED

ADVERTISE

Designed By: ZODIAK IT TEAM : All Rights Reserved 2012

Login Form