SADC Countries Challenged on Access to Energy and Water

Members states of the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) have been challenged to work towards addressing challenges affecting access to water and energy.

Agilitee Set to Invade Malawi with Green Energy

In the middle of a national struggle to maximize power generation in Malawi for enhanced productivity, a South Africa-based company, Agilitee, which provides green energy for homes and the business sector, says will open an outlet in Lilongwe in 2022.

Disgruntled Vendors Storm BCC

Some vendors across Blantyre on Thursday stormed offices of the Blantyre City Council (BCC) demanding payment which they say the Council owes them.

RBM Engages Banks, Police on Currency Counterfeiting

The Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) says is in constant discussion with the Malawi Police Service and the Judiciary to establish permanent measures to pin down perpetrators of currency counterfeiting in the country.

K30bn Nthola-Ilola Irrigation Scheme Construction Starts Next month

Construction of the much-awaited Nthola-Ilola rice irrigation scheme in Karonga is to commence next month after government finalized the production of project designs and tendering for the supply of rice milling plant.

SA CSO’s Call for Action to End Violence

Civil society leaders in Southern Africa have called for enhanced efforts to combat violence targeted at women and children which they say has escalated during the Covid-19 pandemic.

CSOs Vital for Checks and Balances - CoST

The Construction Sector Transparency (CoST) says there is a need to build capacity of civil society organizations (CSOs) for effective checks and balances on public procurement.

Diluting Weather Shocks Through Crop Insurance

Some smallholder farmers whom effects of climate change exposed them to food insecurity are thankful to crop insurance courtesy of the World Food Program (WFP) for safeguarding their livelihoods amidst the weather shock.

Govt Urged to Address AIP Hiccups

Concerned farmers in Machinga have asked government to move in fast to stop vendors from disrupting and monopolizing the purchase of fertilizer in the ongoing Affordable Input Program (AIP).

IFAW Upbeat on Reclaiming KU National Park's Lost Tourist Attraction

International Fund for Animal Welfare is upbeat on timely completion of an electric fence around Kasungu National park by January next year which is part of the drive to bring back its lost glory.

Win 2021 Graduates Ready To Lead Amid Covid-19

An international media organization Women In News - World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers-WAN-IFRA, has described the year 2021 as the worst for the media industry due to COVID-19 pandemic.

Chakwera Lauds New Archbishop Tambala

President, Dr. Lazarus Chakwera has lauded, Most Rev. George Desmond Tambala, new Archbishop for Lilongwe Archdiocese, describing him as a suitable shepherd.

Nandolo Farmers Plead for Structured Market

Pigeon peas farmers have called for a well-structured market just like tobacco for them to reap from their toil.

Tb Registered Cases Drop by 12 Percent

The National Tuberculosis Control Programme says number of Tb recorded cases dropped by 12 percent in 2020 owing to COVID-19.

CFSC Calls on Citizens to Track Use of Public Finances

The Center For Social Concern says failure by citizens to demand transparency and accountability in the use of public finances is a major setback contributing to rising corruption in the country and a widening gap among the poor and the rich.

Water Mission Bails 4000 Villagers From Water Miseries

About 4000 villagers from Katenje and surrounding villages in traditional authority Santhe in Kasungu can now afford safe drinking pipe water courtesy of Water Mission Malawi.

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