98 Public Institutions Designate ATI Officers

Government says at least 98 public institutions which include district councils, Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) have so far designated information officers which are providing information in accordance with Access to information (ATI) law.

MEC to Establish, Re-align Centres in February

The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) will embark on a nationwide exercise of establishing and realigning registration, polling and constituency tally centres from this February through March ahead of the 2025 polls.

Greed Fueling Chieftaincy Wrangles

The Ministry of Local Government, Unity and Culture says greed is eroding the fabric and worthiness of the chieftaincy in the country as 15 royal families are currently in leadership disputes.

8 Divorced Teen Mothers In Mulanje Get an Economic Boost

At least eight divorced teen mothers in Traditional Authority Nkanda in Mulanje district have been equipped with tailoring skills after undergoing an eight month training in fashion and designing.

Vendors Defy LL City Council Order to Vacate Illegal Market

Vendors plying their trade opposite Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) offices in Lilongwe insist they will not obey the order by the Lilongwe City Council for them to vacate the place.

Poor Sanitation Worries Guardians at Neno DHO

Guardians and expectant mothers at Neno district hospital have raised concerns over poor sanitation especially at the guardian shelter at the time the district has just registered nine more cholera cases in the last 24 hours.

Court Order Forces Government to Postpone DCs and CEOs Orientation

A Supreme Court of Appeal’s stay order has forced the government to postpone to a later date a three day orientation workshop for newly appointed and promoted district commissioners and chief executive officers.

LWB Extends Water Supply Network To Fight Cholera

Lilongwe Water Board says it has extended its water supply network to areas outside its jurisdiction where cholera is on the rise under its cholera response strategy.

Medics Remove a Stone from Woman's Cervix in Thyolo

In a bizarre occurrence, health workers at Thekerani health center in Thyolo have extracted a stone which was found in a cervix of a 67-year-old woman.

Old Mutual Donates K5 million Cholera Supplies to Malamulo Adventist, Chiringa Hospitals

Old Mutual Foundation has called upon hospitals under the Christian Health Association of Malawi (CHAM) to be prudent with the medical supplies donated by the corporate world towards the cholera fight.

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