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Dedza Promoting Village Savings Banking

Village savings groups have become phenomenal in Malawi to the extend they are handling significant volumes of cash in circulation. They are now being encouraged to adopt the culture of banking which is significantly low in Malawi.

Students Riot at Bilira CDSS, Destroy Property

Students at Bilira Community Day Secondary School in Ntcheu went on a rampage yesterday, destroying school property because of allegation that a student teacher has an affair with a student.

Chileka Communities Worried After Forcing Maize Sale

Communities surrounding Chileka Admarc Depot in Lilongwe say they are hoping that maize sales continue, after authorities were forced to start selling the maize at the depot.

MEC Ordered DBO to Flout Procedures

Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) Chief Elections Officer Sammy Alfandika Monday morning told the Constitutional Court hearing the historic Presidential Election Case that the Commission gave instructions to elections auditors DBO to approve tally sheets that were not signed for by party monitors during the 21 May Tripartite Elections.

Info. Minister Hails ZBS for Professionalism

Information Minister Mark Bottomani has commended Zodiak Media House for being professional in how it is discharging its duties.

APAM Wants Report on Albino Killings

The Association of Persons with Albinism in Malawi (APAM) says it wants the commission of inquiry instituted by President Peter Mutharika on albino killings to release a report on people behind the killings.

Senior Chief Kwataine Appeal for NU Hospital Expansion

Senior Chief Kwataine of Ntcheu has appealed for support from well wishers to expand a martenity wing at Ntcheu district hospital to address issues of congestion at the facility.

Court Sends Four to the Gallows for Albino Killing

A High Court judge has ordered four people hanged in Malawi and four others a life time in jail for the killing of a 21-year-old woman with albinism in April 2016.

Unemployed Health Workers Give Govt. Ultimatum

Unemployed doctors, nurses and clinicians have given government a two day- ultimatum to respond to their grievances failing which they threaten holding vigils in the country’s three cities.

WHO Spills #TheTeaOnHIV

As the 31st World AIDS Day approaches on 1 December, the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office in Africa launched today a social media campaign, #TheTeaOnHIV, that aims to better inform at least one million adolescents and young people about preventing HIV infection as well as living positively with the virus.

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