John Paul Kayuni
Lilongwe City Summit Pushed to End April
The Lilongwe City Council (LCC) has said it will hold its first ever city summit at the end of April following the postponement of the event earlier this month due to Tropical Cyclone Freddy induced disasters.
Rebuilding Malawi Everyone’s Duty - Chakwera
President Lazarus Chakwera has called on all Malawians to join hands and walk together through the recovery path to rebuild the country following the devastating effects of Tropical Cyclone Freddy induced disasters.
No Extra Cholera Vaccine for Malawi - WHO
The World Health Organization (WHO) says Malawi should not anticipate to receive additional oral cholera vaccine doses it requested any time soon as the global health organization does not have enough stocks.
Three People killed in Lumbadzi Bridge Accident
Police have confirmed the death of three people in a road accident which occurred on Monday afternoon in Dowa.
Cyclone Freddy Will Not Hit Malawi-Met
The Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services has downplayed fears that Malawi is under threat of being hit with Tropical Cyclone Freddy, saying latest weather models indicate the country will not suffer direct effects.
Experts Back Holding of Full Council Meeting Amid Parliament Sitting
Experts have said there is nothing wrong with councilors holding full council meetings, when Parliament is in session, arguing the role of ward councilors and lawmakers in the development of the country are different.
UN Decries Malawi’s Failure to Stem Cholera Spread
United Nations (UN) Resident Coordinator in Malawi, Rebecca Addah-Dontoh, has expressed concern that Malawi continues to grapple with cholera, a disease which should be easily prevented and treated, nearly one year since the disease broke out.
Area 25 Health Centre Remain Closed, Workers Demand Security
Workers at area 25 Health Centre in Lilongwe have demanded adequate security at the health facility as a condition for them to return to work, following an attack by irate community members last week Monday.
Boy Spends 4 Months in Police Cell Despite Court Bail
A boy aged 17 has been in police custody at Lilongwe Police Station for close to four months now against provisions of the Child Care, Protection and Justice Act of 2010, Zodiak Online can reveal.
MDF Bills Non-Payment Affects CRWB Operations
Central Region Water Board (CRWB) has bemoaned the tendency of some government entities that do not pay water bills which have now accumulated to K4.6 billion by the close of 2022, a development which affects operations.