The Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM) says it will start connecting new customers by the end of this December through a US$ 150 million secured from the World Bank.
A 52-year-old man driver, Isaac Lumanga, has been ordered to pay a fine of K600, 000 or in default serve a 10-month jail term for being found in possession and trafficking forest produce in Thyolo without permit.
Some students at Makandi Community Day Secondary School (CDSS) in Thyolo are fainting due to what is believed to be the supernatural attacks.
A plea has gone out to communities around the newly commissioned Sankhulani solar-powered water scheme which is supplying potable water to over 31, 000 people in Thyolo and Nsanje to desist from vandalism and cultivating at the intake.
A climate science and earth expert at the Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) has suggested for more emphasis on education and research on indigenous knowledge regarding lightning accidents which continue claiming lives of people in the country.
The Malawi National Examination Board (MANEB) says it is in the final touches to release the 2022 Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) examination results.
A faction of Lhomwe chiefs who are against the selection of Senior chief Kaduya as their paramount chief has tasked Senior chief Nkhulambe and Traditional Authority Ngolongoliwa to convene an impromptu meeting with all the Lhomwe Traditional Authorities to choose the rightful chief for the position.
Religious leaders and development committees in Thyolo have been challenged to preach mindset change to their communities to be self-reliant if the country is to achieve the Malawi 2063 aspirations.
The Ministry of Local Government says it will make its position known this week on the demands by ward councilors in Thyolo to have two council directors and building supervisor transferred for allegedly derailing development progress.