DPP Manifesto producing positive results

February 17, 2016 0

By: Happy Arnold Soko The current ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) through its Publicity Secretary Francis Kasayila have maintained that they ruling the country according to their 2014-2015 manifesto. Kasaila remarks follows a call from […]

Man kills stepdaughter over sugarcane

February 17, 2016 0

By Geoffrey Banda Jnr Police in Chiradzulu district are keeping in custody a 42 year-old-man suspected to have killed his 12 years old stepdaughter. Chiradzulu Police Public Relations Office, Victoria Chirwa confirmed about the arrest […]

Goodall brags being the best finance minister

February 17, 2016 0

By Thula Chisamba Malawi’s Finance and Economic Planning minister Goodall Gondwe has shined being the best finance minister the country never had. He was responding to critics who suggested his resignation from the post to […]

UK to grant £80m Malawi for hunger

February 16, 2016 0

By: Geoffrey Banda Jnr UK government is expected to aid Malawi with £80 million to bail out people in the country from current maize shortage. According to statement released by British High Commission in Lilongwe, the […]

Livingstonia Synod moves to invade Blantyre Synod

February 16, 2016 0

By Thula Chisamba The controversial Church of Central Africa (CCAP) Synod of Livingstonia is intending to invade Blantyre Synod with plans on the drawing board to penetrate in the territory of the latter. Malawi-star can […]

Govt urged to consider gender on access to food

February 16, 2016 0

By: Geoffrey Banda Jnr Gender advocates in Malawi have asked government to consider women and children rights in food access as many people mostly women are reportedly spending day and night at Agriculture Development Marketing […]

Hunger; four DPP members injured

February 15, 2016 0

By: Happy Arnold Soko There was drama in Lilongwe Mgona on Friday when hungry Malawians descended and left four Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) members critically injured during a tree planting ceremony held by Gertrude Mutharika. […]

Bicycle taxi operators threaten Police

February 14, 2016 0

By: Thula Chisamba Bicycle taxi operators plying their trade in Mzuzu city, Northern Malawi, have threatened to go to war with the Malawi Police Service after they were chased in the central business district (CBD). […]

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