Maranatha International Academy has awarded best performing Form 4 students as they await the Malawi School Certificate of Education examination.
When life seemed to become meaningless among the young people in Zomba, the Resilient Economic Development (RED) project brought in some sense to it.
World Connect Malawi has supported 418 Cyclone Freddy household survivors from seven districts to rebuild their lives.
Patricia Wyson was sad when she gave birth to her first-born daughter, Triza, who was born with a disability.
The Association of Power Utilities of Africa (APUA) annual meetings have been set to take place from 3 to 9 June, 2023 at the Bingu Bingu International Conference Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe.
The Scottish Government has provided £200, 000 through Save the Children (STC) to support Cyclone Freddy survivors in Zomba in three areas of food security, water and sanitation and nutrition.
The Private Schools Association of Malawi (PRISAM) has launched its chapter in Lilongwe with a call for schools to join and benefit from it.
It is unbelievable for many people how Cyclone Freddy induced mudslide moved huge rocks from Soche hill down to the residential areas of Chilobwe in Blantyre.
Over 1,000 young leaders from around the world are meeting in New York for this year’s Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Youth Forum where they are expected to discuss COVID-19 recovery and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) implementation.
Kelvin Chiwaya was born with a disability, just like her sister, Margaret. Both live at Joliji village Traditional Authority (TA) Chekucheku. He is 12.