Disgruntled Vendors Storm BCC
Some vendors across Blantyre on Thursday stormed offices of the Blantyre City Council (BCC) demanding payment which they say the Council owes them.
CSOs Vital for Checks and Balances - CoST
The Construction Sector Transparency (CoST) says there is a need to build capacity of civil society organizations (CSOs) for effective checks and balances on public procurement.
Nandolo Farmers Plead for Structured Market
Pigeon peas farmers have called for a well-structured market just like tobacco for them to reap from their toil.
Tb Registered Cases Drop by 12 Percent
The National Tuberculosis Control Programme says number of Tb recorded cases dropped by 12 percent in 2020 owing to COVID-19.
No Date Yet for MHRC – Kalibu Academy Injunction Hearing
Judiciary is yet to set date for hearing of an application by the Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) which is seeking vacation of an injunction obtained by Kalibu Academy.
MBS Hails Fertilizer Market Survey
The Malawi Bureau of Standards (MBS) says its fertilizer market survey has found minimal challenges in compliance with standards such as under-weight and over-weight.
Defense Objects New Evidence in Itaye Case
Defense has objected to new witnesses and evidence from state in a case where Godfrey Itaye and others are being accused of abuse of office.
Commission Cautious on Boundary Demarcations
The Electoral Commission has cautioned district demarcation committees not to take instructions from any office apart from the Commission on how to conduct the review of constituency and ward boundaries.
Breaking Condom Barriers
Chakwera Adamant on AIP
President Lazarus Chakwera says he will not abandon Affordable Input Programme (AIP) until alternatives are fully developed.