Three Sentenced to 7 Years IHL For Robbery In Lilongwe
The Mapuyu Second Grade Magistrate court in Lilongwe, has convicted and sentenced three men to 7 years imprisonment with hard labour for the offence of robbery.
MW Requests Additional 7.6 Million Cholera Vaccine Doses
Malawi has requested for additional 7.6 million cholera vaccine doses from the World Health Organization (WHO), as the ministry of health has run out of stock.
Ministry of Lands in Reputation Mending Drive
The Ministry of Lands says its reputation and integrity is at stake owing to high incidences of corruption and poor performance of some officers.
Homeland Ministry Wants Public Infrastructure Inspection
The Ministry of Homeland Security says it is important to reintroduce inspections of public establishments as a way of ensuring the durability of public infrastructure in the country.
Malawi Police in War Against Cybercrime
The Inspector General of Police Merlyn Yolamu says most people continue to trade carelessly online by writing and commenting on issues relating to personalities or state affairs without evidence which is against the law.
MHRC Not Happy With Parallel Commissions
The Malawi Human Rights Commission says it is failing to fulfil its mandate on investigating violations of human rights in the country because of underfunding.
MoH Runs Out of Cholera Vaccine
The Ministry of Health has disclosed that it has run out of the cholera vaccine and has called on Malawians to adhere to strict preventive measures.
Farmers Foresee Productive Tobacco Season
Tobacco farmers say they see a productive season this year because of quality leaf which they have in the fields.
Hyena Injures Nine People in Dedza
Nine people have been injured after a hyena attacked them in Dedza in the wee hours of today.
New Polio Case Confirmed in Ndirande, Blantyre
The Ministry of Health has confirmed a new polio case in Ndirande in Blantyre involving a 14-year-old boy.