Some Chiefs have expressed worry over delays by the government to operationalise the 2016 land act arguing that this fueling gender domestic violence (GBV).
A Chilomoni Based entrepreneur in Blantyre says the establishment of studio 24 will provide young people in the township a platform to showcase their talent and recreation activities.
Malawi Network of Religious Leaders Living with or Personally Affected by HIV and AIDS (MANERELA+) says consistent engagement and honest discussions concerning misunderstandings over the tabling of termination of pregnancy bill in parliament can assist to address the rising unsafe abortion cases in most parts of Malawi.
Transforming Agriculture through Diversification and Entrepreneurship (TRADE) says adoption of artificial insemination can assist the country to have improved dairy and beef livestock.
The Kamuzu University of Health Sciences (KUHES) and Malawi Israel Gold (MIG) have entered into a partnership in an effort to promote cannabis herbal medicines in the country.
The Regional Psycho Social Initiative (REPSI) and Young Women Christian Association of Malawi have touted the combined efforts being implemented targeting young mothers as beneficial to promoting economic empowerment.
Smallholder farmers in Thyolo, Blantyre and Dedza have asked authorities to institute some researches to come up with improved breeds and varieties whose produce can be sold in other countries.
People of Nsanje say they are set to present their petition to the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) on Tuesday in Lilongwe, protesting the transfer of their District Commissioner, Dr Medson Matchaya.
There is hope that students that will emerge star performers in this year’ Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) will have an opportunity to be flown to Victoria falls in Zambia.
The only surviving member of Lucky stars band, Borniface Ndamera, says is scheduled to conduct a series of shows in Chikwawa and Nsanje slated for this month end after a long time of failing to have an interaction with the people there.