• US$18 million bill chokes Castel Malawi as Carlsberg Green faces long suspension

    Castel Malawi has disclosed that it has unsettled outstanding bills totaling to over US$18 million which over K18 billion due to unavailability of forex and the situation, if it continues, will see the production of its flagship brand, the Carlsberg Green being suspended for the unforeseeable future. Already, the company has stopped production of its […]

  • Paramout Kyungu, Senior Chief Kawinga support Chakwera’s directive on single national cultural festival

    Paramount Chief Kyungu of Karonga and Chitipa and Senior Chief Kawinga of Machinga have welcomed the directive by President Dr. Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera that all cultural festivals of various tribes be annually celebrated on a single day at the National Day of Unity and Dialogue effective 2023. Kyungu and Kawinga say this will help in promoting cohesion and […]

  • Minister Mtambo for economic revolution

    Minister of National Unity, Timothy Pagonachi Mtambo has said the country needs economic and industrial revolution in its quest of achieving middle income status. He said this at Mzuzu University on Friday night during a public lecture by Kruger Nyambalo Phiri — titled ‘road to Malawi’s economic recovery: is the current state a problem of […]

  • KUHeS applauded for its research and innovation studies

    Researches are very important to every country because they provide or bring out solutions that can cure diseases, said Professor Louise Kenny at the end of two-day Research Dissemination Conference, which was organised by Kamuzu University of Health Sciences (KUHeS). In her keynote address, Prof. Kenny — who is Executive Pro Vice-Chancellor of the Faculty […]

  • CCAP’s Rev. Maulidi amplifies the outcry and scorn and against corruption that is eroding Malawi

    Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP), Rev. Baxton Maulidi — who is the All African Conference of Churches Economic Justice & Accountability Ambassador — has reached out to youths on the need for students in public and private universities to inculcate a culture of desisting corruption and bribery. Speaking on Saturday at the opening of […]

  • CDEDI tells govt to suspend relocation of refugees to Dzaleka refugee camp

    The Centre for Democracy and Economic Development Initiatives (CDEDI) is pleading with government to suspend its decision of relocating refugees and asylum seekers to Dzaleka refugee camp in Dowa. CDEDI is describing the move as state sponsored xenophobia. CDEDI Executive Director Sylvester Namiwa in a press statement warnd Homeland Security Minister Jean Sendeza and the […]

  • High Court throws out DCs application to stop transfers, redeployment

    The High Court in Blantyre has given the government to transfer and redeploy some district commissioners after their application to stop the transfers and redeployment was thrown out. The DCs were challenging their transfers and redeployment trough the Malawi Local Government Association (MALGA). They sought an injunction pending judicial review on the matter. Delivering her […]

  • Bushiri receives second honorary doctorate

    Myles Leadership University from India has conferred on Prophet Shepherd Bushiri an honorary doctorate degree of Transformation leadership. During the conferment ceremony held in Lilongwe on Sunday, the Vice Chancellor of the University Professor K. Ravi Archarya said the university made the gesture to honour and appreciate Prophet Bushiri’s outstanding contribution in the areas of […]

  • Alleged “scammers” give K7 trillion investment package to Malawi

    Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera is alleged to have been “scammed” on Monday in signing a US$ 6.8 billion-dollar worth of grant with Belgium-based Bridgin Foundation. Government officials acting like “jackals” have failed to carry out simple due diligence processes in recent months conniving with politicians to scam Malawians in all sorts of contracts from fertilizer, […]

  • What is the Best Movie Genre To Watch With Your Friends?

    Have you ever wondered what would be a good movie genre to watch with friends? You are already done calling your friends, and you have finished preparing your sizzling popcorn. However, after spending two hours searching for a movie on Netflix to make your movie night memorable, you end up feeling overwhelmed about the best […]

  • Hutus living in Malawi accuse Tutsis of killings

    Tribal Hutus from Rwanda but living in Malawi are expressing concern over the rising spate of killings of the tribe members in the country. A Group of concerned refuges from Hutu background living at Dzaleka refugee camp and surrounding areas say 20 of the Hutus have been killed in Malawi, mostly in Lilongwe. They are […]

  • Federalism proponents blame Malawi’s underdevelopment on unitary system

    Proponents of the federal or devolved system of government have blamed Malawi’s sluggish development and systemic inefficiencies on the unitary system, which they argue promotes nepotism and corruption. They have since urged Malawians to consider adopting a federal or a devolved system of government and do away with the current unitary system. During a virtual discussion […]