Will President Take Lake Wrangle to The Hague?
[Nyasa Times] Immediate past-president of Malawi, Joyce Banda, who has been in a self imposed 'exile' since her election loss in 2014, has backed the decision by the government led by President Peter Mutharika to take the long running border dispute between Malawi and Tanzania concerning their lacustrine border to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) at The Hague in Netherlands.
Actress Flora Suya Gets Acting Role in U.S.
[Nyasa Times] Malawi's award winning actress and director, Flora Suya, will play three different roles in a Shakespearean play to be done in the United States of America (USA).
Nice Trust Preaches Good Governance to Chikwawa Communities
[Malawi News Agency] Chikwawa -The National Initiative for Civic Education (Nice) Trust, Chikwawa Office organized a three day interface meetings from 24-26 May, 2017 with communities of Group Village Heads Therere, Jana and Masache under Traditional Authorities (T/A) Ngabu, Masache and Makhuwira.
Bankers Stop Kamuzu Barracks to Reach Airtel Top 8 Final
[Nyasa Times] Silver Strikers FC set up an Airtel Top 8 final clash against Mighty Be Forward Wanderers after outwittingÂ Kamuzu Barracks 5-3 in penalty shoot-outs during the last quarterfinal match at Civo Stadium on Sunday, May 28, 2017.
On This Third Anniversary in Power, Let's Do More Mr. President
[Nyasa Times] President Arthur Peter Mutharika has good intentions for Malawi. That we can all agree and he is deliberate in decision making. Most of times he acts after being informed and checking facts. Malawians want sometimes politically quick decisions.
Transformer and High Voltage Line Lay Idle Four Years After Being Installed
[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -156 home owners in Area 38 of Lilongwe are still waiting for the Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM) to connect their houses to a transformer and High Voltage Line which were installed four years ago in the area.
First Lady Joins Netball's Malawi Queens at Training Session
[Nyasa Times] First Lady Gertrude Mutharika has become a talk of the town with her pictures trending on social media following her surprise visit to the Malawi National Netball Team, the Queens, in training at the Blantyre Youth Center on Friday.
Sex Workers Hail Formation of Association
[Malawi News Agency] Sex workers in Ntchisi on Thursday said the formation of their association has helped them to have a voice and to be recognized by the relevant authorities.
Govt to Probe Poor Road Constructions - President Mutharika
[Nyasa Times] Malawi's construction industry continues to grapple with institutionalised corruption and outright fraud as citizens are further pushed to the marginal gutters and continue to receive substandard work below any set standard due to corrupt and incompetent service providers.
Goat Theft Suspect Beaten to Death
[Nyasa Times] An angry mob at Guliguli village in Lilongwe has beaten to death a man suspected to have intended to steal goats at the house of Group Village Headman Guliguli in Lilongwe.
Protect People With Albinism - UN Women
[Malawi News Agency] Nsanje -United Nations (UN) Women has called on every Malawian to take part in protecting people with albinism in the wake of albino attacks and killings in the country.
Police Uproot 405 Plants of Indian hemp
[Malawi News Agency] Rumphi -Police in Rumphi have arrested 40 year old James Mfune from Traditional Authority Chikulamayembe in Rumphi for cultivating Indian hemp, which is illegal.
Judge Upholds Life Sentence for Murder Convict
[Nyasa Times] Thomson Fulaye Bokhobokho, who 17 years ago when he was 33 years old, confessed to have been responsible for six brutal murders and mutilations of women in Chiradzulu District after a High Court upheld his life sentence.
Army Worms Attack Irrigation Farming in Zomba
[Nyasa Times] Irrigation farmers in Zomba have expressed concern over the attack of Fall Army worms on their crops affecting approximately 143 hectares of land.
MP, Councillor Fight Over Constituency Development Fund
[Nyasa Times] A tag-of-war has ensued between Chilomoni Ward Councilor and Member of Parliament (MP) for Blantyre City West, Thom Gowelo over the use of the Constituency Development Fund (CDF).
Muslims Expect to Start Ramadhan Fasting
[Nyasa Times] Muslims are today expected to start fasting in the Holy month of Ramadhan , spokesperson for the Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM) Sheikh Dinala Chabulika has confirmed in an interview.
University of Science and Technology to Launch Flag and Anthem
[Nyasa Times] The Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) will soon launch its own flag and anthem as a branding process.
Ruling Party Members Defect to Opposition Over 'Insulting' Remarks
[Nyasa Times] Over 150 members of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in Karonga, led by deputy director for the youths in Karonga North West constituency Petros Mtonga, on Wednesday defected to Alliance for Democracy (AFORD) over what they call "insulting remarks" against them by Jeffrey wa Jeffrey - DPP's secretary general.
Angry Mob Kills Suspected Thief in Lilongwe
[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -An angry mob at Guliguli village in Lilongwe has beaten to death a man suspected to have intended to steal goats at the house of Group Village Headman Guliguli in Lilongwe.
Dan Lu Set to Launch 'Sweet Banana' Track
[Nyasa Times] As one way of breaking boundaries and conquering new grounds through Malawian music, Afrocentric-pop singer Dan Lu is set to launch his 'sweet banana' track in South Africa.