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  • Policy Change on HIV + Civil Servants

    HIV+ Malawi civil servants who were entitled to a K5,000 cash provision for declaring their status to their employer will now be provided with nutrition supplements instead. ...
  • JB Stripped of VIP Security Fleet

    Police in Malawi have taken away two vehicles including a Hammer assigned to Vice President Joyce Banda. ...
  • Breaking News: Govt. Stripes JB of VIP Security Fleet

    Police in Malawi have taken away two vehicles including a Hammer assigned to Vice President Joyce Banda. It is feared this has something to do with her contrary political faith to that of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party. ...
  • Cought in Crossfire

    In our special report this week, Nicole Badry exposes the plight of civilians living with horrific scars of police-inflicted-injuries after the unsuspecting citizens were caught in official gunfire. ...
  • MESN Doubts Govt. Sincerity

    The Malawi Electoral Support Network, the official NGO body in elections oversight in Malawi says it doubts the Malawi government sincerity on tripartite polls in 2014. ...
  • Mw. ART Program Over-dependent on Donors

    Civil society organizations working on HIV and AIDS have expressed concern over what they have called Malawi’s over dependence on donors in the provision of ART treatment. ...
  • Synod Bashes LGE Cancellation

    Nkhoma Synod Relief and Development Program says government is yet to justify its decision to call off the 2014 local government elections. ...
  • Synod Bashes LGE Cancellation

    Nkhoma Synod Relief and Development Program says government is yet to justify its decision to call off the 2014 local government elections. ...
  • Food prices 'will double by 2030', Oxfam warns

    The prices of staple foods will more than double in 20 years unless world leaders take action to reform the global food system, Oxfam has warned. ...
  • World Bank Withholds Aid

    The local media today reports that the World Bank is unable to make available to Malawi K6 billion budgetary support funds for the 2010/2011 fiscal year because Malawi has failed to conclude a review of its programme with the International Monetary Fu...
  • World Bank Withholds Aid

    The local media today reports that the World Bank is unable to make available to Malawi K6 billion budgetary support funds for the 2010/2011 fiscal year because Malwi has failed to conclude a review of its programme with the International Monetary Fund. ...
  • Sepp Blatter denies Fifa is in crisis

    Sepp Blatter has insisted that Fifa is not in crisis, despite the "great damage" done to its image by ongoing corruption allegations. ...
  • A Pregnant Woman Killed in an Accident

    An expectant mother and another woman were killed Sunday night after two vehicles carrying members of the ruling DPP collided at Ngala Trading Centre in Karonga district. ...
  • Bingu Contradicts Ntaba

    Presidential spokesperson Dr. Hetherwick Ntaba says councilors are important in the development of the country just when president Bingu wa Mutharika postponed local government elections yet again and went to a public function to declare that traditional ...
  • Weary Guardiola nears end of Barca cycle

    As Pep Guardiola faced the press on Saturday night at Wembley Stadium, he did not look like a man on top of the world. He looked spent, both physically and emotionally, and at one stage begged one of his interviewers for mercy. ...
  • Qatar's Bin Hammam accused of buying 2022 World Cup

    Suspended Fifa vice-president Jack Warner has made public an e-mail that claims Mohamed Bin Hammam "bought" the 2022 World Cup finals for Qatar. ...
  • Bingu Threatens NGO Closures

    In Karonga on Sunday May 29, president Bingu wa Mutharika was at it again, threatening to close down non-governmental organizations that will not account for aid received on behalf of Karonga earthquake victims in 2009. ...
  • The Daily Times May 30, 2011

    In the Daily Times today Theresa Chapulapula writes that the German government says discussions are underway with the Malawi government on fundamental principles underlying the two countries cooperation within the common approach to Budget Support (Cabs)....
  • Trade Fair: Three Nations Fail Turning Up

    Forex problems stopped three of the nine countries which desired to take part in the 23rd Malawi International Trade Fair from participating. ...
  • Analyst Calls for Sober Debate

    There is need that legislators in Malawi soberly contribute to debate in the National Assembly especially now when they prepare to give a national budget a scan through. ...

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