Water Mission Malawi Saves Thousands From Thirst
[Malawi News Agency] Nkhotakota -Community members from Group Village Heads (GVHs) Longwe and Maluma in Liwaladzi, Nkhotakota had a big feast on Thursday after Mckinnon Family through Water Mission Malawi (WMM) handed over portable piped water system to the people.
Over 6500 Babies Born in KK in 5 Months, Only Over Half Registered
[Malawi News Agency] Nkhotakota -National Registration Bureau (NRB) is concerned that out of 6,439 babies born in Nkhotakota from March to August,2017, only 3,749 which represents 58 percent were registered.
Malawi Leader Mutharika Praises 'Last Man Standing' Mugabe
[News24Wire] Malawi President Peter Mutharika has reportedly showered President Robert Mugabe with praises, describing the nonagenarian as the "last man standing".
President Mutharika, UN Secretary General Meet
[Malawi News Agency] New York -Malawi's President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika Friday morning met the new United Nations Secretary General, AntÃ³nio Guterres, at UN Headquarters Building in New York.
Can Continent End HIV Infections By 2030?
[Nyasa Times] World leaders including six African presidents Thursday demonstrated how the Fast Track approach to ending AIDS is working and positively positive impacting on health systems in most countries.
President Mugabe - African Hero or Villain?
[The Herald] Malawian president Professor Peter Mutharika says President Mugabe's rich history makes him the only remaining hero of African nationalism.
Blood Sucker Claimer Cause Commotion At Hospital
[Nyasa Times] There was commotion at Chonde community hospital on Wednesday, when people scrambled to see a woman claiming that unknown people sucked her blood during the night of Tuesday.
Man Arrested Over Fake Kwacha Currency
[Nyasa Times] Malawi Police in Mulanje have arrested a 36-year-old man for allegedly being found with fake currency.
Former Boxer Nginjale Dies
[Nyasa Times] Malawian boxer Ben Chitenje who added excitement of the sport with his tough talking antics died at the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital today Thursday 21 September 2017 after a short illness.
Mutharika Hails Mugabe After Talks in New York
[Nyasa Times] Malawi's President Peter Mutharika held talk with Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Thursday at Lotte New York Palace in New York, United States and hailed the Zimbabwean leader's rich history thta makes him the only remaining hero of African nationalism.
World-Renowned Malawi Woman Chief Cracks Whip On Child Marriages
[CAJ News] Johannesburg -MALAWI has the unenviable reputation as the country with one of the highest rates of child marriages in the world. Some girls as young as nine have been forced mostly by families into these outlawed unions. In a country that has outlawed marriages below the age of 18, but where customs supersede the law, traditional chiefs are under fire for their involvement in overseeing such marriages. To be born in this Southern African country that ranks among the poorest in the world and has worrying HIV/AIDS statist
Govt to Engage With U.S.-Based Diaspora Community
[Nyasa Times] The Malawi Government through its Washington D.C. Embassy and New York Mission, will engage with the UN- and D.C.-based Malawi Diaspora, in two high level consultative meetings to be hosted by Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Professor Emmanuel Fabiano in New York this Sunday and next week.
Standard Bank Group Tips Entrepreneurs
[Nyasa Times] Standard Bank says it is well positioned to uplift small and medium enterprises reap the benefits from Malawi's current economic growth and positive outlook for Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
Judge Mwaungulu Reserves Kasambara Bail Ruling
[Nyasa Times] Malawi Supreme Court of Appeal Judge Dustan Mwaungulu has reserved his ruling to a later date in October on the bail bid for convicted former minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Ralph Kasambara and two others.
Youngster's Ordeal in a Forced Marriage
[CAJ News] Johannesburg -AT the tender age of 18, Memory Kapinama's life has come full circle having gone through both marriage and its annulment. She remembers vividly the day her childhood was disrupted while she was still aged 12. "I had come back from school midterm in 2012 when my parents told me I was getting married. They said, 'You are getting married.' I was speechless and I did not say anything in response." Not that whatever she was going to say would change the marriage her parents had organised for her to live with a
President Mutharika Woos U.S. Investors
[Nyasa Times] Malawi and Africa as whole remain potential destinations for investment because they still possess abundant resources for production, Malawi's President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika has said.
Mutharika Meets Mugabe in New York
[Malawi News Agency] New York -Malawi's President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika and Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe had audience Thursday at Lotte New York Palace in New York, USA.
Taekwondo Coaches Receive Certificates
[Nyasa Times] A total of 20 Malawian Taekwondo coaches who attended a 10-day Taekwondo coaching training course at Blantyre Youth Centre(BYC) have received coaching certificates which will allow them to train upcoming Taekwondo players in the country.
Malawian High Court to Review Case Involving Rwanda Genocide Fugitive
[New Times] The Malawian High Court on Wednesday ruled to review the extradition case involving a Rwandan Genocide fugitive, Vincent Murekezi, against the wish of the prosecution.
Revenue Authority Urges Church Bodies to Pay Tax
[Nyasa Times] Ecclesiastical bodies in the country have been urged to observe their responsibilities of registering their businesses and paying their taxes whenever they are operating businesses meant for income generating purposes.