CHAM Retired Health Workers Receiving Meagre Pensions
Some retired health workers under Christian Health Association of Malawi (CHAM) have expressed worries over discrepancies in administration of their pension contributions, relatively describing them as low and insignificant.
Mulanje Commemorates Day of African Child
The Day of African Child has been commemorated in Mulanje on September 24, 2021, with a call for joint collaborations in exploring and addressing root causes of violence against children.
TRFCA Recommends Use of Drone
A tea research institution, Tea Research Foundation for Central Africa (TRFCA) has recommended use of drone agricultural spraying technology as a cost-effective technology in the tea industry.
Youth Still Waiting for Start-Up Capital
At least 3, 021 youths who underwent training for job for youth project are yet to receive a promised start-up capital a year after the last cohort training. There were four cohorts.
FRIM to Eradicate Invasive Alien Species on Mulanje Forest Reserve
The Forest Research Institute of Malawi (FRIM) says it has instituted trials to establish best technologies to remove invasive alien species on Mulanje Mountain Forest Reserve.
Love Costs 12-Year-Old Girl’s Life
A girl aged 12 has died in Mulanje after taking poison when she realized that her boyfriend was dating another girl.
Luchenza Municipal Partners Water for People in Waste Mgmt
Sanitation is expected to improve in Luchenza Municipality following a joint human waste management intervention between the municipal council and Water for People.
UTM Governor Elect for Truth
The newly elected UTM District Governor for Thyolo Urban District Charles George has vowed to speak the truth about the situation on the ground about both the party and Tonse Alliance government.
Tea Research Institution Calls for Adoption of Modern Farming Technologies
A tea research institution-Tea Research Foundation for Central Africa (TRFCA) has challenged tea growers to seriously adopt newly developed technologies as climate change continues affecting tea production.
Rastafarians demand Arrest of guards Suspected to Have Assaulted their member in Mulanje
The Rastafarian Community demands arrest guards for Sayama Tea Estate Company suspected to have assaulted one of their own who eventually died while receiving treatment at Mulanje District Hospital on Saturday, 4th September, 2021.