Our Reporter on 18th Jul

By Lusekero Mhango Angry community members in Chitipa on Sunday set on fire a councilor’s vehicle after the politician...

Our Reporter on 17th Jul

By Brian Kanyenda. Amid fears of voter registration apathy as occurred in the first phase of registration exercise, the National...

UN Women and Traditional Dancers
Author on 17th Jul

By Chrissie Mainjeni-Mec Stringer The National Initiative for Civic Education, Nice Trust in Chiradzulu, has called on political...

An unidentified man and a woman died in the early hours of Monday when a room they had booked at a leisure centre in Mzuzu...

Our Reporter on 17th Jul

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-The disgruntled former Malawi Congress Party (MCP) district chairpersons drawn across the country on...

Our Reporter on 17th Jul

BLANTYRE—Barely two days after she interacted with University of Malawi’s Polytechnic Students right on their own campus,...

Author on 16th Jul

By Patricia Mtungila, MEC Stringer The Mzuzu City Council has expressed optimism that the disputes over the boundaries between...

Patricia kaliati
Author on 15th Jul

By Madalitso Kateta – MEC Stringer As opposition political parties and some Civil Society Organisations continue with...

Cyril Ogwu
MaraviPost on 14th Jul

Submitted by Stella Adeola (NIGERIA) Prophet Cyril Ogwu is a young charismatic and energetic evangelical minister who many...

Special Absalom on 13th Jul

By Chrissie Mainjeni- Mec Stringer CHIRADZULU-The main opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) says Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) should have piloted biometric voter registration before implementing it to avoid low turn out. MCP’s leadership said this amid concerns of low turn out during the first phase of voter registration in Kasungu, Dedza...