September 19

September 18

  • Malawi: Insecurity Haunts Lilongwe Residents


    People in the capital, Lilongwe have expressed worry over the increased sustained security lapses in most areas in the week just gone by as issues of vandalism and theft were so... Read more »

  • Malawi: Flames Move Eight Steps Up on Latest Fifa Rank


    The Malawi National Football Team, the Flames have moved eight places up to 98 in the World and 26 in Africa on the latest FIFA ranks released by the world Football governing body. Read more »

  • Zambia: Local Artistes Win Malawi Kudos

    Times of Zambia

    MALAWIAN musician and composer Kimba Mutanda has commended local artistes for their effort in perfecting smash hits that have seen Zambian music being appreciated in that country. Read more »

  • Malawi: Fate of Nsanje Port Rests in Feasibility Study Outcome

    Malawi News Agency

    Whether the multi Million dollar Nsanje inland port project becomes merely a place for tourist attraction or be used for its intended transportation purpose lays in the outcome of... Read more »

  • Malawi: Medical Interns at KCH Riot


    Interns working at the Kamuzu Central Hospital in Lilongwe were forced stage a vigils at the health facility today over un paid allowances and poor accommodation. Read more »

  • Malawi: Dedza Woman Arrested for Attempting to Sell Daughter for MK350 000


    Police in Dedza District are keeping in custody 36 year old Tabiya Zingwa, arrested for allegedly trying to sell her 15 year old daughter. Read more »

  • Malawi: UNIMA Clarifies On Fees Hike


    The University of Malawi Management has issued out a statement to clarify on the raise of financial contributions University of Malawi Students are expected to pay in the four... Read more »

  • Malawi: Youth Grouping Wants Liquor Sachets Ban to Work Out


    The Young Achievers for Development - a grouping of several youth organizations which on Tuesday petitioned Parliament to seriously consider enacting laws that bans production,... Read more »

  • Malawi: Unidentified Mangochi Man Found Dead on Lake Shores


    Police in Mangochi has confirmed of that a man an unknown man , who was reported missing two weeks ago in Mangochi, has been found dead on the shores of Lake Malawi. Read more »

September 17

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