19 November 2019
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Lilongwe, November 18, 2019: The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) says it is ready to hold            by-elections in Lilongwe South constituency after the commission announced that it had postponed them due to political violence. MEC Chairperson, Jane Ansah Thursday said the commission called for the Lilongwe Multiparty Liaison Committee (MPLC) among…
Dowa November 16, Mana:  UNICEF in collaboration with National Social Mobilization Committee (NSMC) has appealed to faith actors in Malawi to work together in ensuring positive behavior change among communities towards children. In an initiative called “Faith and Positive Change for Children (FPCC) Global Initiative”, UNICEF is engaging religious leaders,…
Salima, November 18, 2019: Fifteen girls from Traditional Authority (T/A) Khombedza and Mwanza!in Salima have been rescued from child marriages after implementation of community by-laws through Centre for Youth Empowerment and Civic Education (CYECE) under its Project Support for the Action for the Most Marginalized Children in Education. Khombedza and…
Lilongwe, November 18, 2019: Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) has launched investigations into alleged labour malpractices against local employees by foreign companies with the aim of documenting the violations and also fostering greater compliance with respect to human rights among others. Addressing the media in Lilongwe on Friday, MHRC Commissioner,…
Lilongwe, November 18, 2019: The Lilongwe Water Board (LWB) has bemoaned the increase of non-revenue water losses which is coming due to theft of water supplying equipment, illegal water connections and other related issues. In an interview with the Malawi News Agency (Mana), LWB Chief Executive Officer, Engineer Alfonso Chikuni…
Thyolo, November 18, 2019: Malawi Communication Regulatory Authority (Macra) has increased the number of its frequency monitoring stations from five to 19, a move that has enabled the regulator to expand its monitoring foot prints as far as Chizumulu and Likoma Island. In the past, the regulator has been working…
Ntcheu, November 18, 2019: Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) has urged opinion leaders to enhance the participation of women in issues of the church and society. CCJP Executive Director, Lawrence Puliti made the remarks on Tuesday during a three- day training for 32 opinion leaders who included traditional…
Lilongwe, November 18, 2019: Lawyer for incumbent president, Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika in the ongoing presidential elections case, Frank Mbeta has concluded cross-examining Daudi Suleman, final witness for Malawi Congress Party’s Lazarus Chakwera. Mbeta, who is representing Mutharika as the first respondent in a case in which the Malawi Congress…
Lilongwe, November 18, 2019; Qualifications of Lazarus Chakwera’s final witness, Daudi Suleman were plunged into question at the Constitutional Court yesterday Tuesday as Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) lawyers finished cross-examination. MEC lawyers, Attorney General Kalekeni Kaphale and Tamanda Chokhotho on Tuesday completed their cross-examination of Daudi Suleman with questions on…
Lilongwe, November 18, 2019: Two convicts who escaped from Zomba Maximum Prison last week have been rearrested in Lilongwe,Police have confirmed the development. Confirming the development Wednesday, Central Region Police Spokesperson Kingsly Dandaula said the two convicts are Dube Mwale, 34, of Mkangeni Village in Traditional Authority Mlonyeni in Mchinji…
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Meet MUST’s first female genius

Meet MUST’s first female genius

Lilongwe, November 18, 2019: Her love for science subjects begun when she was in Form 2 at Mwanza Secondary School where most of other girls shunned the sciences. “I wanted to be different,” says Eneless Rasheedah Nsamila who has lived her dream to be among a few female scientists in the country. ...