Malawi: Constitutional Court starts hearing election result challenge
In Malawi, opposition parties the Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and the United Transformation Movement (UTM) are joining forces to challenge the results of the May 21 presidential election, alleging electoral fraud. President Peter Mutharika, leader of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), held onto power in the election, narrowly defeating Lazarus Chakwera of the MCP.
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind keen to help next wave of inventors
William Kamkwamba has been inventing since he was a child in his native Malawi when he gained global attention for building a wind turbine using materials collected from a local scrapyard and now he will support a new wave of African inventors having detailed his own experience at the 2019 Red Bull Amaphiko Academy.
Malawi’s albinos fear ritual killings ahead of polls
Malawians will hold national elections next week, but Rose Nsope is more concerned about her personal safety, than with preparing to vote.
President Mutharika: 'It’s quite obvious that we’re going to win'
On the eve of elections in Malawi, President Peter Mutharika gave DW an exclusive interview. Talking to DW’s correspondent Adrian Kriesch, Mutharika accused the opposition of paying foreigners to rig the elections.
Malawian boy's tale hits the big screen
The true story of a boy from Malawi, who saved his village from drought, has had its premiere in Berlin.
At least nine killed as 'Vampire' mania spreads in Malawi
Since September, a vampire scare has triggered mob violence in Malawi that has killed at least nine people accused of being bloodsuckers.
Solar tents to help Malawi fish traders
Fish traders in southern Malawi are being encouraged to improve their yields and increase incomes by using solar tents to dry their produce