Africa

Malawi: People with albinism 'living in fear'

Rights group bemoans slow pace of justice after attacks, including murders, leaving those with albinism feel vulnerable.

Malawi: People with albinism 'living in fear'

Africa

What is albinism and what causes it?

Why are there so many people with albinism in Africa? Is albinism limited to a race group? We answer your questions.

What is albinism and what causes it?

Africa

WHO: Malaria vaccine to be 'real life' tested in Africa

Ghana, Kenya and Malawi to start large scale trial of RTS,S injectable vaccine in 2018.

WHO: Malaria vaccine to be 'real life' tested in Africa

Malawi

On the trail of the trade in human body parts

In Malawi, people with albinism are being killed for their bones. Al Jazeera investigates what is driving these murders.

On the trail of the trade in human body parts

Cricket

Malawi's cricketer girls break stereotypes and barriers

Malawian Under-19 Women's Cricket Team breaks through thick glass ceiling, one game at a time.

Malawi's cricketer girls break stereotypes and barriers

Opinion

Volunteerism: A prerequisite for Africa's progress

The continent's future lies in the hands of the youth who can successfully harness agriculture and clean energy.

Richard Munang

by Richard Munang
- Robert Mgendi

Richard Munang

Africa

Malawi man convicted over 'ritual sex' with 104 women

The HIV-positive man, known as a "hyena", was paid to have sex with bereaved widows to exorcise evil spirits.

Malawi man convicted over 'ritual sex' with 104 women

Malawi

'I have 9 lives': Malawi leader denies health rumours

President, 76, says he is in "excellent health", dismissing speculation of illness in first remarks after long US trip.

Malawi's Peter Mutharika dismisses ill health rumours

Malawi

Malawi president returns home after mysterious US visit

Peter Mutharika arrives in Malawi to wide speculation about his health after attending UN meeting in US three weeks ago.

Malawi: Peter Mutharika returns home after US trip

Africa

Helping Malawi's animals back into the wild

From monkeys to pythons, antelope to lions, the Lilongwe Wildlife Trust rescues, rehabilitates and returns animals.

Helping Malawi's animals back into the wild

Humanitarian crises

Mozambican refugees stuck between somewhere and nowhere

Refugees fleeing fighting in Mozambique struggle to come to terms with life in the camps of Malawi.

Mozambican refugees stuck between somewhere and nowhere

Health

How Malawi reduced its HIV/Aids infection rate

Malawi's Minister of Health, Peter Kumpalume, on the approach to HIV in a country where 10 percent are infected.

How Malawi reduced its HIV/Aids infection rate

Human Rights

Malawi failing to protect albino community: Amnesty

Rights body raises alarm over attacks against people with albinism, but government dubs Amnesty report as "unfair".

Malawi failing to protect albino community: Amnesty

Wild Animals

Malawi to conduct Africa's largest elephant relocation

Conservation group announces ambitious plan to move animals over 300km from overcrowded wildlife reserves.

Malawi to relocate 500 elephants to new home

Africa

Malawi's fearsome chief, terminator of child marriages

Chief Kachindamoto has broken up 850 child marriages in three years, and banned the sexual initiations of young girls.

Malawi's fearsome chief, terminator of child marriages