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2 Jan
Schools in Malawi's two largest cities are to remain closed until further notice due to a worsening cholera outbreak, the government said on Monday. Students were due back in class after the holidays on Tuesday. But the health ministry said the start of the school term for primary and secondary pupils in the capital Lilongwe…
10 Oct
In a fresh move to galvanise action to ensure equitable availability of water for all purposes and sanitation for all, African Ministers’ Council on Water (AMCOW) will today, kick-start
7 Oct
The ongoing International Cricket Council (ICC) U-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup Africa Division 2 Qualifier has entered its business end with teams battling for final tickets on the cricket pitches
29 Sep
IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva met with Malawi's President Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera on Thursday and committed to provide support to the country, as it faces economic challenges and "unsustainable" public debt.
29 Sep
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21 Sep
Nigeria Breweries’ Gulder and Maltina have jointly boosted the ongoing Africa Individual Chess Championships (male and female) in Lagos, which started last weekend. The competition, which will run to September 28
12 Sep
Over 10,000 Lagos State students between the ages of 12 and 14 in 40 schools have asthma symptoms, an international study, which involved lungs doctors in six African countries
27 Jun 2022
A Malawi court on Monday sentenced a Catholic priest to 30 years and several other people to life in prison over the gruesome 2018 murder of a man with albinism. Judge Dorothy NyaKaunda Kamanga said Thomas Muhosha had planned to traffic 22-year-old MacDonald Masambuka's tissue. "The offence was motivated by the disability of the deceased,…
27 May 2022
Malawi on Thursday announced a 25-percent devaluation of its currency in a bid to shore up dwindling foreign exchange reserves and curb inflation.
6 Mar 2022
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia yesterday announced the lift of suspension of direct flights from 17 countries including Nigeria...
21 Feb 2022
Nigeria and other African countries are under threat of resurgence of Wild Polio Virus (WPV).
3 Feb 2022
A non governmental organisation, Human Capital Africa (HCA), has issued a call-to-action for policymakers to respond to Africa’s learning crisis.

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