Tweet BLANTYRE-(MaraviPost)–Khato Civil Engineers has given a word of hope to the jobless youths in the country, saying 4000 jobs will be created once the $500 million Lake Malawi water project commences. The project which involves pumping water from Lake Malawi in Salima is being managed by Lilongwe Water Board but contracted to Khato whose...

TB Joshua
MaraviPost on 29th Jan

Tweet A severely disabled young lady from Germany has found the cure for her medically incurable disease in the unlikeliest...

Tweet Lilongwe-(MaraviPost) – International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) President Kanayo  Nwanze has scheduled to visit two developing nations; Malawi and Mozambique with an aim of appreciating effects of climate change including El Niño and La Niña. The IFAD President Nwanze will visit Malawi and Mozambique from January 30 to...

Tweet Civil Society Organizations that deals with issues of child rights in Karonga have disclosed their plan of holding...

Kayerekera mine

Tweet LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-The country’s much awaited Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) report is expected...

MaraviPost on 11th Jan

Tweet Residents of Airport Development Limited (ADL) woke up to a somber mood on Tuesday morning as they found out that...

Malawi Police
MaraviPost on 11th Jan

Tweet Police in Machinga have arrested a 25 year teacher Umali James Kambona for allegedly defiling and impregnating a...

Tweet MCHINJI-(MaraviPost)-A 34 year-old man, one of the many maize flour smugglers in Mchinji, is said to have died on...

Bad News
MaraviPost on 22nd Dec

Tweet Police in Malawi’s eastern district of Mangochi have confirmed the death of three children of same family who...

Lloyd M’bwana on 18th Dec

Tweet LILONGWE-(MaraviPost) –The Malawi government through department of forestry has strongly disclosed that it will...