Mutasa Stokes the Flames
[The Herald]Blantyre -WARRIORS' assistant coach, Lloyd Mutasa, has upped the stakes in the friendly international against the Flames of Malawi pencilled in for Chichiri here tomorrow.
How to Save a Fish ... a Lake and a People
[IPS]Lilongwe -Lloyd Phiri, a fisherman from Senga Bay on Lake Malawi's shores in Malawi's central region, knows that the lake's water levels are dropping. He can see it in his catch, which has shrunk by more than 80 percent in recent years.
Charlotte Scott in Malawi for Kamuzu Banda Celebrations
[Zambia Reports]Second lady Charlotte Scott is in Malawi to join in celebrations of the life of fallen ruler Kamuzu Banda.
Warriors Not Worried of Malawi
[The Herald]THE Zimbabwe national football team are not worried by the decision by Malawi to call their strongest squad for the international friendly match to be played in Blantyre this Saturday. The Warriors are set to face the Flames at the Kamuzu Stadium on Africa Day as they prepare for the coming World Cup and CHAN tournament qualifiers and the Castle Cosafa Cup set to take place in the next three months.
Rights Activist Calls On Malawi to Recall Judge Chikopa
[Zambia Reports]Women rights activist Sarah Longwe has appealed to the President of Malawi Joyce Banda to withdraw Judge Lovemore Chikopa from overseeing the tribunal of the three suspended Zambian judges.
Namisa Guilty of Micro-Journalism Gala Night Revealed Misa's Indiscretion
[MISA]Malawi Media to which I personally belong is about to lose its sense of entitlement as it continues stabbing itself with pains of hypocrisy.
Detained in the Line of Duty
[MISA]When journalists went marching on May 3, World Press Freedom Day (WPFD), they were a poster short of last year's haul-one calling on government to "open advertising in all print media". Its absence was a testimony to the commendable step Malawi President Joyce Banda took by scraping off the ban his predecessor, the late Bingu wa Mutharika, imposed on some media institutions. Also abolished with the flags of Mutharika' draconian rule is value added tax (VAT) which government imposed on newsprints as well as
Handballers Secure Malawi Friendly
[Times of Zambia]THE Handball Association of Zambia (HAZ) has secured an international friendly against Malawi next month to help the national girls' team prepare adequately for the 2013 Under-18 Africa Junior Cup qualifiers slated for Congo Brazzaville in August.
Sadiki in Warriors Squad
[Zimbabwe Standard]FC Platinum winger Ali Sadiki has been rewarded for his scintillating form, after being included in the Warriors squad to play Malawi in an international friendly match in Blantyre on May 25.
British Envoy Says Malawi Needs Media to Flourish - Lauds Press Freedom
[MISA]British High Commissioner to Malawi, Michael Nevin has said the country needs its media to flourish, saying society should be in no doubt that without a vibrant media, there will not be a vibrant country.
'Systematic Problems' Lock Low Wages for Tea Workers - Report
[Oxfam]A new coalition of tea companies, non-governmental organizations and certification organizations said today that systemic problems are locking-in low wages for tea workers.
Cindy Clinches Recording Deal in Malawi
[The Herald]SONGSTRESS Cindy Munyavi has clinched a recording deal with a Malawian record label following the success of her song, "Ndidzorere Moyo Wangu" in Malawi. The "Queen of Urban Grooves", who is currently doing shows in and around the Malawian capital Lilongwe told The Herald Entertainment that she was head-hunted by Malawi-based Propee Records after her song reached top spot in the Malawian radio charts.
Joyce Banda Falls for Mugabe's Charm
[Zimbabwe Standard]She came, she saw and she was conquered. This probably describes Malawian President Joyce Banda's five day official visit to Zimbabwe.
Maize Shortage Hits Women
[IPS]Lilongwe -Each night Esnart Phiri, a widow with five children, sleeps outside the gates of the state-run maize trader or Admarc market, in Malawi's capital Lilongwe, as she waits for days on end to buy maize.
Warriors Line Up Lesotho, Malawi
[Zimbabwe Standard]ZIFA have lined up friendly matches against Malawi and Lesotho as Warriors coach Klaus Dieter Pagels prepares his men for the showdown against Egypt in a 2014 World Cup qualifier in June.
Sanctions Must Go - Banda
[The Herald]MALAWI will lobby for the removal of the illegal Western sanctions regime that is affecting ordinary people, the nation's President Dr Joyce Banda has said.
Malawi President Banda Urges Peaceful Elections in Zimbabwe
[AEP]Zimbabwe must hold peaceful elections this year to ensure regional stability, Malawian President Joyce Banda said while on a trip to Zimbabwe.
Malawi President Tours Gushungo Dairy Estates and Amai Mugabe Children's Home
[The Herald]Malawian President Joyce Banda this morning visited the Gushungo Diary Estate and the Amai Mugabe Children's Home in Mazowe to get an appreciation of the philanthropic projects the first family is doing.
Malawi Anglicans - "Politicians' Turncoat Habit Impedes Nation Building"
[ACNS]Diocese tells its political leaders: "Being a politician is a calling from God".
Malawi President Lauds Zim Land Reform
[The Herald]Visiting Malawian President Mrs Joyce Banda yesterday hailed Zimbabwe for its land reform programme and economic empowerment initiatives it is implementing saying they had uplifted the livelihoods of the majority.