JB addresses 2016 Women’s Power Lunch in Lagos, Nigeria

JB addresses 2016 Women’s Power Lunch in Lagos, Nigeria Malawi’s former Head of State Her Excellency Dr. Joyce Banda on Thursday, July 28, 2016, presented a Keynote Address at the 2016 ‘Women’s Power Lunch’ in Lagos, Nigeria. The theme of Her Excellency Dr. Banda’s address was “Women in Solidarity: A New Paradigm for Inclusion”. She told the gathering… Read More »

Malawi ‘Tractorgate’ deal ignites death threats for Ombudswoman: ‘We will Njauju you’

Malawi’s Ombudswoman has received what she believes are death threats in connection with an investigation she has launched into alleged large-scale graft in the government’s Green Belt Initiative, established to shield millions of peasant farmers from drought. Ombudswoman Chizuma Mwangonde: Living dangerously as corrupt hyenas want to defeat justice in tractorgate At issue is how 177 tractors and… Read More »

Malawi Police arrest ‘ hyena dad’  for sex assualt on own 8-year-old daughter

Malawi Police in Salima have arrested 38-year-old Maston Khongoza of Chiphala Village Traditional Authority (T/A) Kalonga in the district for allegedly defiling his eight-year-old biological daughter. Salima police public relations officer Gift Chitowe said  Khongoza defiled the girl while her mother was away receiving treatment at the district hospital. “The issue came to light after the mother was… Read More »

Malawi sports scribes drilled in Pool reporting

Sports journalists belonging to the Sports Writers Association of Malawi (SWAM) were on Thursday, July 28, drilled on pool reporting in a one day long workshop held at Crown Hotel in Lilongwe. Chigamula: Promoting Pool Malawi News Agency Sports reporter Arkangel Tembo and friends enjoying a game of pool at Mpira Sports Bar The workshop was sponsored by… Read More »

Malawi Council of Churches backs safe abortion, drills faith leaders

Malawi Council of Churches (MCC) has expressed optimism that the faith community will endorse the reformed abortion laws and policies to ensure women and girls, mostly from poor families, are not dying of unsafe abortions complications. Dr Kuchingale: Unsafe abortion is second leading cause of maternal death in Malawi Faith leaders meeting in Mangochi According to statistics, Malawi… Read More »

UNIMA fee hike demonstrations update: Notification letters delivered to Police, DC

UNIMA fee hike demonstrations update: Notification letters delivered to Police, DC Human right activist Billy Mayaya has disclosed that notification letters of the planned demonstrations against fee hike at University of Malawi (UNIMA) have been delivered to Lilongwe Police and the District Commissioner’s office. Mayaya disclosed this in a short statement posted on his official Facebook page on… Read More »

Two carjackers shot dead by police: Stolen vehicle Toyota Fortuner recovered

Two carjackers shot dead by police: Stolen vehicle Toyota Fortuner recovered Police in Blantyre on Thursday shot dead two armed thugs suspected to have stolen a Toyota Fortuner. The Toyota Fortuner was stolen in Nyambadwe in the commercial capital Blantyre and it has since been recovered by the police in Machinjiri. Southern Region Police Spokesperson James Kadadzera has… Read More »

Nkhoma College of Nursing and Midwifery 2018 / 2019 Intake

Nkhoma College of Nursing and Midwifery 2018 / 2019 Intake TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES IN CHAM COLLEGES FOR 2018 INTAKE Christian Health Association of Malawi (CHAM) in collaboration with Malawi Government and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) with funding from the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) invites applications from interested candidates to enroll in the… Read More »