Tea Farmers to Open Organic Fertilizer Factory
[Nyasa Times] Tea farmers in Thyolo district are planning to open up an organic fertilizer making factory this year having successfully run test studies.
Employees Probed Over Money Laundering
[Nyasa Times] Fiscal police is investinging four employees of Bakhresa Grain Milling Malawi Limited on financial crimes which has seen a Kenyan national Adlsham Idah who was working as director bolting.
Pasuwa on Malawi's Radar For Vacant Coaching Job
[New Zimbabwe] THE Flames of Malawi are angling towards appoint Zimbabwean Kalisto Pasuwa as their national team coach ahead of the 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifiers which start in June.
Cracking the Major 1 Code - Prophet Shephered Bushiri
[Nyasa Times] FNB stadium, a squat just outside the sprawling and populous Soweto Township in Johannesburg, South Africa, is Africa's largest sports Cathedral.
Mutharika's Aide Phiri Welcomes Calls to Go Back to State House
[Nyasa Times] President Peter Mutharika's former aide, Ben Phiri has cautiously welcomed calls to go back to State House, saying he is not the appointing authority.
Police Arrest Chief Over Social Cash Transfer
[Nyasa Times] A chief in Phalombe is in police custody for fraudulently collecting K792000 meant for vulnerable people in his area hit by drought.
Police Nets 12 People for Illegally Selling Liquor
[Nyasa Times] Malawi Police in the Lower Shire district of Chikwawa have arrested 12 people for allegedly selling liquor without license and for touting.
Gemini Major Still Wauts for a First South African Music Award
[Nyasa Times] It seems Malawi's music export to South Africa, Gemini Major, will have to patiently hang on before he wins his first award in that country.
Hip-Hop Artist Lady Pace Raps Against Child Marriages, Albino Killings
[Nyasa Times] Call it music with purpose. The country's rising Hip-Hop female artist Lady Pace has joined forces with Chief Kachindamoto of Dedza district in rescuing young girls from early marriages.
HIV/Aids Prevalence Rate for Police Falls in Eastern Region
[Nyasa Times] Malawi Police officers in eastern region are patting themselves on the back after a successful anti-HIV and AIDS which has seen the drastic fall of the disease prevalence.
One Shot Dead in Manhunt for Suspected Thieves
[Nyasa Times] Malawi Police say they have intensified manhunt for suspected thieves who wanted to break into the residence of Budget Director Chancy Simwaka in the wee hours of Sunday.
Malawi Amends Constitution to Remove Child Marriage Loophole
[HRW] Malawi's parliament took a historic step towards ending child marriage last week, when it removed from its Constitution a provision allowing children between the ages of 15 and 18 to marry with parental consent.
Music Website Nyimbo Zathu Introduces TNM Internet Bundle for Downloads
[Nyasa Times] Malawian music website Nyimbozathumusic.com officials have announced the launch of a TNM internet bundle to download music on the website.
Lucius Banda Accuses UDF Leadership of Flirting With DPP Govt of 'Thieves'
[Nyasa Times] United Democratic Front (UDF) Balaka North legislature Lucius Banda has repeatedly accused the party president Atupele Muluzi of betraying his people by associating and seeking a collaboration with the rulling Democratic Progressive Part (DPP) a party he claims comprises of 'thieves'and 'looters' of tax funds.
Opposition Leader Says Will Lead Protests Against Govt Corruption
[Nyasa Times] Leader of Opposition in Parliament Lazarus Chakwera has warned that he will be forced to lead a mass protests against worsening corruption in government, accusing President Peter Mutharika of giving corrupt big wigs amnesty from corruption crackdown.
First Lady Engages Girls On Prevention of Teen Pregnancies
[Nyasa Times] First Lady Gertrude Mutharika on Saturday urged girls to focus on education and avoid teenage pregnancies.
MPs Nods to European Investment Bank Loan to Northern Region Water Board
[Nyasa Times] Malawi Parliament on Friday passed the bill to allow government to borrow MK16.4bn from the European Investment Bank to help the Northern Region Water Board (NRWB) improve its efficiency and to rehabilitate the Lunyangwa Dam.
Govt Insists Malawi Maize Scandal Is a Private Affair
[Zambia Reports] Chief Government Kampamba Mulenga has distanced the Zambian authorities from the mega million dollar deal maize scandal in Malawi that has seen the dismissal of the Malawian Minister of Agriculture George Chaponda. United Progressive Party president Saviour Chishimba has implicated serving senior government officials among the Agriculture Minister Dora Siliya as having been involved in the saga.
Namadingo Parries Criticism On New Song Dziko
[Nyasa Times] Gospel musician Patience Namadingo has denied a barrage of criticism on social media against his newly released song 'Dziko lili pa Moto' as being an attack on Prophet Shepherd Bushiri or insinuations on ruling DPP politicians.
Did Angolan Businessman Plot to Defraud Prophet Bushiri?
[Nyasa Times] An Angolan businessman in Polokwane, South Africa Pico Santana known as Antonio Martins, who filed a lawsuit demoing 15 million Rands from South African based Malawian well-known prophet Shepherd Bushiri for defamation over a "prophecy" in church, has been reported to be "a celebrated conman" who had plotted to defraud the billionaire preacher, according to reports in South Africa media.