One of the Tonse Alliance Partners, Peoples Transformation Party (PETRA) has affirmed its confidence in the current leadership of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director General Martha Chizuma to root out corruption in Malawi.
Education authorities in Blantyre Urban say early identification of children with special needs can assist the country to minimize the availability of street connected kids.
The Ticia Counselling Centre (TCC) says provision of psychosocial services to flood survivors is imperative, for it can motivate affected villagers to have sustainable ways to protect themselves from future natural disasters.
Organizers of this year’s Zomba City Festival (ZCF) say they will utilize the event to highlight sustainable ways of addressing the current land degradation being fueled by illegal activities.
Two well-known organizations, the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace, CCJP and HIVOS have asked elective leaders to demonstrate integrity in their work amid reports that public procurement is marred by fraud and corruption in the country.
The Blantyre Water Board (BWB) has shut down Mudi Treatment Plant amid complaints that some residents have been receiving contaminated water.
Authorities are planning to permanently move 3, 000 people from nine villages in Chikwawa after the recent Tropical Storm Ana razed down their houses.
The National Commission for Science and Technology (NCST) says it has started identifying the potential young innovators to benefit from the science and technology fund which is to be launched next week.
The Centre for Social Concern and Accountability (CSAT) has asked for the integration of accountability in the ongoing humanitarian response amid increasing reports of corrupt practices in camps of flood survivors.
Two prominent child Activists have asked the ministry of gender and police to urgently implement the ombudsman directive to withdraw all children living or working in the country’s streets amid increasing reports that street connected children are terrorizing people.