Our Reporter on 27th Jan

Tweet LILONGWE (Maravipost)–Malawi’s Minister of Health, Jean Kalirani has disclosed that the government of Malawi has received assurance from the Global Fund for a grant of US$574 million to fight against HIV and Aids, Malaria and Tuberculosis. Speaking on arrival from Geneva, Switzerland where she led a delegation from Malawi to discuss possible...

Our Reporter on 27th Jan

Tweet A new ferry has been launched on Lake Malawi, to replace the Ilala built in 1951. The Fast Crew Supplier (FCS) 3307 Chilembwe was commissioned by Malawi Shipping Company and built by Damen of The Netherlands, in Monkey Bay shipyard in central Africa.  It is 32 metres long and 7 metres wide, with two fixed-pitch propellers and two Caterpillar...

Our Reporter on 27th Jan

Tweet Former Malawi Police service (MPS) Inspector General (IG) Peter Mukhito who is now the State House chief of staff is likely to hear from a judge for allegedly redeploying 20 of its household staff from State Residences despite court order restraining the move. Peter Mukhito was fired by Joyce Banda as IG for his closeness to then President Bingu...

Our Reporter on 27th Jan

Tweet LILONGWE (Maravipost)–The President of the Republic of Malawi H.E. Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika is scheduled to leave the country for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia wednesday to attend the African Union Summit. According to press statement authored by Chikondi Juma of State House says ‘’the State President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika will on...

Our Reporter on 27th Jan

Tweet Sonke Gender Justice (Sonke) joins fellow human rights activists around the globe to condemn in the strongest possible terms the violence against non-South African individuals living and working within our borders and calls on our government to take urgent action to both protect all people in South Africa, and to prosecute strongly those perpetrating...

Tweet Barely few days after the Japanese government released an emergency aid of K74 million to the government of Malawi meant to help alleviate the suffering of the flood victims, Malawi Ambassador to Japan Major General Reuben Ngwenya is still proving that he actively engages different stakeholders to assist Malawi as the Mayor of the City of Minato,...

Our Reporter on 26th Jan

Tweet International charity Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF) is pleased to announce that its health intervention project Action Meningitis has triaged over 200,000 children since it began in October 2012.   MRF funded research indicated that outcomes from meningitis in Malawi are especially bad, more than half the babies and children who get...

Our Reporter on 26th Jan

Tweet Whilst Malawi’s tourist infrastructure and lodges remain unaffected by the recent rains and floods in Malawi, many Malawians are suffering, with lives lost and many thousands made homeless; and our thoughts are with those who have been directly affected.  ...

Our Reporter on 26th Jan

Tweet In August 2014, the World Health Organization (WHO) formally declared Ebola an International Public Health Emergency – the largest, most severe and most complex outbreak in four-decade history of the disease. Since then, it has been a race against time to save lives in sub-Saharan Africa especially in six West African countries worst hit by...

Our Reporter on 26th Jan

Tweet The University of California, Los Angeles School of Law (UCLA Law) and Sonke Gender Justice (Sonke) seek applicants for the 2015-2016 cycle of the UCLA Law – Sonke Health & Human Rights Fellowship. The fellowship programme provides specialised training to top graduates from South African law schools for careers as impact-oriented public...