Minister Patricia Kaliati

Collective responsibility between chiefs and their subjects is key in curtailing malpractices happening in society such...

MP Julianna Lunguzi

Malawi Congress Party (MCP) law maker for Dedza East Juliana Lunguzi has said it was high time the Malawi Rural Electrification...

MITO

DALLAS, Texas (MaraviPost): Malawians in Texas Organisation (MITO) a group that believes that charity begins at home is...

Donald Trump

Trump’s threats on immigration are likely to apply to foreigners with criminal convictions. DUI is not a criminal...

MUST

Water challenges being experienced at the Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) and surrounding areas in Thyolo...

Virginia Palmer

The delicate relationship between the US embassy in Malawi and the Government was again put to the test when a US Deputy...

Patricia Kaliati

Information and Civic Education Minister Patricia Kaliati has applauded Malawi’s premier mobile network services provider...

By: Lloyd M’bwana  The Malawi government through the Department of Disaster Management Affairs (Dodma) in the office of the Vice President has secured a US$30 million insurance policy from African Risk Capacity Program (ARCP) in a bid to cushion any impact El Niño will have towards farmers’ low yield end of 2015/2016 growing season.   The insurance...

By Toby McIntosh Malawi’s President Peter Mutharika is insisting that access to information (ATI) legislation should not cover existing government information, saying the bill should only apply prospectively. His stance continues to delay passage of a long-promised ATI bill and runs counter to international norms. “Many followers of the Bill see...

CAIRO, Egypt – An EgyptAir mechanic is suspected of planting the bomb on a Russian passenger plane which exploded over the Sinai Peninsula in October, killing all 224 people on board, according to sources connected with the case. The Egypt government has publicly denied that there is any evidence the MetroJet flight – which crashed shortly...