Daily Archives: August 9, 2016

Britain calls for transparency in Malawi’s huger crisis and response

Britain has called for better sharing of information on who is planning to do what and when  to the humanitarian response for Malawi  as it is is facing its worst food crisis in more than a decade. Lowcock: Calling for more transparency Malawi hunger crisis is, the result of a combination of factors, including drought, floodsendemic poverty and… Read More »

UNICAF University Malawi to help meet demand for tertiary education

The demand of studying at a post-secondary level in Malawi is heavily outnumbering the available space and UNICAF, a distance-learning scholarship programme for students in Africa, the University of Nicosia Online and the University of South Wales, has opened its to students in Malawi and neighbor countries. Savva Constatinou helps a student at UNICAF University Malawi The University,… Read More »

Blantyre Water Board, consumers tussle over K13mil water bills

Namiyango-Chigumula Water Users Association (WUA) has accused Blantyre Water Board (BWB) of contributing to the K13 million water bills the association owes the board. Mpope! Mpope! Water users in Blantyre query bills Chairperson for Namiyango-Chigumula WUA Dorothy House said although the association owns 74 kiosks, only five are supplying water in the community rocked by water challenges.Walkers-Ferry She… Read More »

Malawi Police rearrest corruption whistle blower

Malawi Police in Lilongwe have rearrested a whistle blower who has risked his life to unearth corruption activities at Bwaila Hospital, a key factor that has sunk public services at the healthy facility. Mayaya: Free the whistle blower Ramsy Mushani, spokesperson for Lilongwe police station confirmed the arrest on Monday of Donnex Banda, the executive director of Youth… Read More »

ACB claims not enough evidence in Muluzi case: Law for Malawi party funding debate rages on

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) director Lucas Kondowe has said the graft-busting body is seeking direction on  the trial involving former president Bakili Muluzi and has up to Friday to  inform the High Court the course of action. Muluzi: Case has dragged for 11 years Muluzi, who ruled the southern African country between 1994 and 2004, and his co-accused,… Read More »