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Malawi court orders schools to allow dreadlocks

The court, sitting in the eastern city of Zomba, was ruling on a petition brought by two Rastafarian children who were refused admission to public schools in 2016 and 2010.
By Bbc News May. 9, 2023

EU, UK, US presence at ZITF excites Mnangagwa

Over 20 countries participated at this year's trade fair, a growth from 13 last year.
By Mthandazo Nyoni and Patricia Sibanda Apr. 29, 2023

Zoey spreads Chinamwali lessons to men

Research has shown that the Chinamwali tradition has roots in Malawi and Zambia, while others attribute it to the Shangaan tribes in parts of Zimbabwe, South Africa and Mozambique.
By Winstone Antonio Apr. 29, 2023

Your Excellencies, make your visit to Zimbabwe count

According to the State media Chakwera’s visit will culminate in the holding of bilateral discussions with his counterpart President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
By Tatenda Mazarura-mhike Apr. 28, 2023

Pasuwa tipped to take over Flames of Malawi

According to media reports in that country, the Football Association of Malawi (Fam)’s technical committee has recommended Pasuwa for the job.
By Terry Madyauta and Theindependent1 Apr. 4, 2023

Aftercare Trust School pupils extend helping hand to Malawi’s cyclone victims

The cyclone’s landfall destroyed homes, roads and crippled the national power grid, with an estimated 367 929 people mostly children internally displaced.
By Winstone Antonio Apr. 1, 2023

Storm Freddy: Malawi to declare 537 missing persons dead

The head of the disaster management unit, Charles Kalemba, told reporters on Wednesday that chances of finding the missing persons alive were slim after 17 days of searching.
By Bbc News Mar. 30, 2023

Storm Freddy: More than 400 still missing in Malawi

Several countries including the UK, Tanzania and Zambia have sent teams to help in rescue operations.
By Bbc News Mar. 21, 2023

Malawians search for relatives buried under the mud as death toll jumps

While the storm had dissipated, rain continued to hamper rescue efforts as vehicles struggled on flooded roads.
By Reuters Mar. 19, 2023