ESCOM loses K120m court case

The Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM) has been ordered by the High Court in Mzuzu to payout millions after the statutory corporation failed to challenge a court case involving the elec...

Salima to go green with Coopi, Cepa

Cooperazione Internazionale (Coopi) and Centre for Environmental Policy and Advocacy (Cepa) have collaborated, through Discover programmes, to turn Salima into a green district. On Friday last week, ...

First Lady consoles SDA Church

Malawi’s First Lady Gertrude Mutharika yesterday consoled the Seventh-Day Adventist Community in the country following the death of Ruckshana Kunkanga. Born in 1971, Kunkanga succumbed to a lon...

Lightning attacks 5 family members

Salima District Hospital last week received five family members who were admitted as victims of a lightning strike. The story was confirmed by Salima Police public relations officer Gift Chitowe who ...

Nice calls for vibrant citizen forums

National Initiative for Civic Education (Nice) Trust has called for vibrant citizen participation in rights and governance issues to promote accountability and transparency in the country. The trust&...

Two years for Marijuana trafficking

The Nkhunga Magistrate’s Court in Nkhotakota on Friday sentenced Charles Kachiminga (29) to two years imprisonment or in default pay a K60000 fine for being found with Cannabis Sativa popularly...

CSO’s vow to keep Mutharika government in check

National Advocacy Platform (NAP) has vowed it will continue putting the Peter Mutharika administration under spotlight although government is working to dividing civil society organisations (CSO̵...