Malawi President directs security agents to stop protests

Malawi’s President Peter Mutharika has ordered Malawi Defence Forces(MDF) and Malawi Police Services to stop the planned airports and border districts shutdown set for next week which has been organized by some Civil Society organizations-CSO’s under the banner of Human Rights Defenders

Malawi Vice President back from SADC summit

Malawi’s Vice President Everton Herbert Chimulirenji has returned home from Tanzania where he attended the 39th Ordinary Summit of Sadc Heads of State and Government. Chimulirenji represented President Peter Peter Mutharika who did not manage to attend the summit amid escalating political

Malawi President to miss SADC summit amid political tension

President Peter Mutharika will not attend the Southern African Development Community-SADC Ordinary Summit of Heads of States and Government in Tanzania. The Malawi leader has instead sent Vice President Everton Chimulirenji to represent him at the summit which will be held in

Malawi set for 2022 FIFA World Cup

Malawi National Football Team Coach Meck Mwase has named a 33-member squad of local based players to startyygg camp on Sunday in preparation for the 2022 FIFA World qualifiers. Malawi will play Botswana back to back in the first week of September

Malawians share mixed reactions over ongoing post-election protests

Malawians are sharing mixed reactions on the ongoing post-election protests with some especially from the business community backing the police ban for the demonstrations. Organisers of the protests, Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) have challenged to continue organizing nation-wide demonstrations aimed at

Malawi national women football team eyes COSAFA Women championship

Despite missing some of his key players, Malawi women’s National Football team Coach, Abel Mkandawire is hopeful of reaching semifinals of the 2019 Council for Southern Africa Football Association-COSAFA Women’s Championship in South Africa. Malawi begins their campaign against Madagascar at Wolfon

Malawi post elections’ protests risk crippling economy

Malawi’s central bank has warned of a serous economic down turn following the on going post- election demonstrations in the southern African nation in the wake of the disputed Presidential election results. Some Malawians have been protesting against the declaration of President