The Catholic Commission for Justice of Peace (CCJP) of the Mzuzu Diocese has called for an immediate review of the Witchcraft law so that it deals with atrocities perpetrated on people suspected of practicing witchcraft, most of them the elderly.
At least 60, 000 customary land parcels have been registered in the country through various land and agricultural based investments in relation to the newly enacted Land (amendment) Act of 2022.
The Ministry of Education says implementation of the remote-rural school-attached hardship allowance scheme will wait until next year, after satisfying the World Bank's Performance Based Condition (PBC) of reducing the pupil: qualified teacher ratio to less than 90 in lower classes.
Some primary school learners in Chiradzulu were on Monday and Tuesday involved in clashes with law enforcers during protests.
The Bord of Trustees of the quasi-religious organization Public Affairs Committee (PAC) has extended mandate for its executive board members with six months, to June 2023 when elections for new office bearers will be held.
Different stakeholders have condemned the action by the police to arrest Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director General Martha Chizuma, saying it raises eyebrows considering the timing the arrest has been made.
The Global Hope Mobilization (GLOHOMO) has challenged district councils to include human trafficking activities in the district development plans (DDP) and Social Economic Profile (SEP) to easily secure funding to counter the vice.
A philanthropist has urged parents in Thyolo not to compromise on disciplining and encouraging their children on education if they are to attain the brighter future.
The Evangelical Association of Malawi (EAM) has asked Malawians to continue praying seriously for the nation and leaders as they did during the court-sanctioned elections.
71-year-old Stelia Saka from Chavu village Traditional Authority Chiwere in Dowa, for the past three years has been harvesting just enough for her five-member family.