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  • Report Bemoans State of Midwifery

    A report by Save the Children due for launch in Lilongwe May 5, 2011 calls on the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to flex its economic policies for poor countries so that they can expand their health workforce. ...
  • Medreach 11 Tees off in Lilongwe

    A joint Malawi-US , medical military personnel exercise is under-way in the Malawi capital, Lilongwe with medics from the two sides offering humanitarian assistance in public health facilities. ...
  • Mutharika for “New Education Law”

    A new piece of legislation is in the offing as government strives to reduce problems to do with the teacher-pupil ratio in all educational systems in the country. ...
  • Baby Thief Given 2yrs Jail Time

      The Magistrate Court in Ntcheu has ordered a woman who stole a new born baby to go to jail for two years. ...
  • Dad in for Incest with 14-yr-Old Daughter

    A 56-year-old man has been arrested in Mchinji for alleged incest. The man was arrested by border police personnel Tuesday May 3, according to eye-witnesses. It has been reported to police that the father-whose name we conceal to protect the identity of...
  • Back in Lane: Abandoned Road Works to Resume

    Two years after construction of the Zomba-Jali-Chitakale road, works are expected to resume this year after the Kuwait Fund has committed K1.4 billion Kwacha to the course. ...
  • Malawi Losing Out to Under-fishing

    Government says the country is losing out a lot of money on fish because only a small portion of fish is being harvested from lakes and rivers across the country. ...
  • Medreach 11 Tees-off in Lilongwe

    A joint Malawi-US , medical military personnel exercise is under-way in the Malawi capital, Lilongwe with medics from the two sides offering humanitarian assistance in public health facilities. ...
  • The Nation May 4, 2011

      In the Nation Newspaper today Kondwani munthali writes the ruling Democratic progressive Party is planning street demonstrations in support of government’s recent expulsion of British High Commissioner Fergus Cochrane-Dyet. Two high ranking DPP Nat...
  • Airtel Claims 4 million People in Competition

    Over 4 million people are said to have entered Airtel Malawi competition where ten Toyota Hilux and a top of the range Toyota Prado vehicle are the main prizes. ...
  • The Daily Times May 4, 2011

    In the Daily Times newspaper today Dickson Kashoti writes deported Malawi’s Acting Charge d’ Affaires to the United Kingdom (UK) Flossie Gomile-Chodyaonga cut a lonesome figure at Kamuzu International Airport (Kia) yesterday as neither government off...
  • Barcelona earn place in Wembley final

    Barcelona booked their place in the Champions League final after drawing their semi-final second leg with arch-rivals Real Madrid at the Camp Nou. ...
  • The 10 Tools of Online Oppressors

    The world’s worst online oppressors are using an array of tactics, some reflecting astonishing levels of sophistication, others reminiscent of old-school techniques. From China’s high-level malware attacks to Syria’s brute-force imprisonments, this ...
  • Misa Decries Section 46 Nod

    The Media Institute of Southern Africa - Malawi Chapter says it is greatly concerned with Section 46 of the Penal Code which empowers a cabinet minister to ban newspapers. ...
  • Mejn Pricks Govt. to Improve Service Delivery

    The Malawi Economic Justice Network has challenged government to improve on service delivery if the recent hike in fees and tariffs for essential services is to be justified. ...
  • Workers Seal Nkhotakota Hospital Offices

    Disgruntled laborers and other workers on Tuesday May 3 sealed a number of offices at Nkhotakota District Hospital, virtually bringing hospital operations to a halt. ...
  • MW U-23 in Victorius All Africa Games Loss

    Malawi's U-23 have been kicked out of the All Africa games qualifiers despite winning a game at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe on Saturday against South Africa’s Amaglug-glug. ...
  • Bactrim Shortage Hits ART Beneficiaries

    Dozens of people on ART treatment in Nkhatabay have cried foul over scarcity of bactrim and plumpy nuts at health facilities in the district. ...
  • Mw. Demand for Cement Shooting

    Demand for cement in Malawi is likely to shoot by eleven per cent because of increased construction projects. ...
  • Prison Warders Arrested in Firearms Theft

    Two prison warders in Chitipa district have been arrested on suspicion that they aided the theft of two pistols and over 40 rounds of ammunition by civilians. ...

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