Nsanje DC dead, burial on Saturday

Nsanje District Commissioner Gift Rapozo has died. Nsanje District Chief Administration Officer (CAO), Redgson Mkolombwe has confirmed the death. “We can confirm the death of our DC Mr. Gift Abraham Rapozo. He was admitted at…


Thousands of Rohingya killed in a month

At least 6,700 Rohingya were killed in the month after violence broke out in Myanmar in August, Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) says. Based on surveys of refugees in Bangladesh, the number is much higher than…



CHREAA against discrimination of ex-prisoners

Centre for Human Rights Education, Advice and Assistance (CHREAA) has asked government to consider providing small loans to ex-prisoners in a bid to promote their lives. Chreaa Executive Director Victor Mhango told YFM online that…



Good Vision Glasses opens outlet in Balaka

People with sight challenges around Balaka district are breathing a sigh of relief following the opening of a new eye care outlet shop by Good Vision Glasses. According to Good Vision Glasses Country Director Ganizani…


Facing death at hospital’s doorstep

For every pregnant woman there is nothing that can be compared to the pain of losing a baby following untimely access to child-birth care due to unavailability of an ambulance. For Joyce Justin, 29, her…




Pregnant women at risk in Mangochi

People from Kukalanga village in the area of Traditional Authority Chimwala in Mangochi district have pleaded with government to consider opening the maternity wing at Kukalanga Clinic in order to solve the challenges being faced…


Zomba dairy farmers in market crisis

Lack of viable markets for dairy farming has been singled out to be the major challenge that smallholder farmers in Zomba district are facing. Zomba Agriculture Farm and Resource Center Manager, Steve Namunde told YFM…


MCP MPs in second day of boycott

Opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) Parliamentarians are in the second day of boycotting deliberations to force government to table the Electoral Reforms Bills. The Business Committee of Parliament was on Tuesday morning locked in a…