MoH, PIH Call for Change on Lifestyle

The Ministry of Health through the Neno District health Office and Partners in Health (PIH) has called on people to change their lifestyles.

Driver Fined K600, 000 for Possessing Trees in Thyolo

A 52-year-old man driver, Isaac Lumanga, has been ordered to pay a fine of K600, 000 or in default serve a 10-month jail term for being found in possession and trafficking forest produce in Thyolo without permit.

Makandi CDSS Students Facing 'Supernatural Attacks'

Some students at Makandi Community Day Secondary School (CDSS) in Thyolo are fainting due to what is believed to be the supernatural attacks.

CCJP Bemoans Lack of Coordination in GBV Fight in Chiradzulu

The Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) of the Blantyre Arch Diocese has bemoaned lack of coordination among key players in gender-based violence fight in Chiradzulu district.

PIH Builds 44 Houses for Cyclone Ana Survivors in Neno

The Department of Disaster Management Affairs Commissioner Charles Kalemba has commended Partners in Health for its support towards the people affected by various disasters in the country.

Sankhulani Water Scheme Relieving Communities in Thyolo, Nsanje

A plea has gone out to communities around the newly commissioned Sankhulani solar-powered water scheme which is supplying potable water to over 31, 000 people in Thyolo and Nsanje to desist from vandalism and cultivating at the intake.

153 Youths Acquire Skills in Vocational Skills

Kamuzu Vocational Rehabilitation and Training Centre in Chiradzulu on Wednesday graduated 153 youths from the tea growing districts of Thyolo and Mulanje in different vocational skills.

Man Jailed 2 Years for Wounding Police Officer

The Mangochi Senior Resident Magistrate's Court on November 23, 2022 convicted and sentenced a 34-year-old man, Andrew Sawabu, to 2 years’ imprisonment with hard labour for wounding a police officer and K350 thousand kwacha fine for causing death by reckless driving.

MUST Calls for Awareness on Lightning

A climate science and earth expert at the Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) has suggested for more emphasis on education and research on indigenous knowledge regarding lightning accidents which continue claiming lives of people in the country.

16 Blantyre Prison Inmates Graduate in Leadership

Sixteen inmates at the Blantyre prison have been awarded with certificates in leadership after undergoing three years of training by the All Churches Leadership Institute.

Water for People Hails Solar Water Pumps

A Solar powered water pump initiative being implemented by Water for People has been hailed as a best solution in ending perennial water challenges in Chiradzulu district.

SRWB Concludes Migowi Water Project Paperwork

The Southern Region Water Board (SRWB) says it is in the process of finding a contractor to construct the Migowi Water Supply System Project in Phalombe.

2022 MSCE Results to be Out Soon - MANEB

The Malawi National Examination Board (MANEB) says it is in the final touches to release the 2022 Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) examination results.

DoDMA Responds to Neno Disaster

The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DODMA) has responded to the Neno disaster that has so far left 129 families without food and shelter.

Lhomwe Chiefs Faction Resurfaces Fight for Paramount Chieftaincy

A faction of Lhomwe chiefs who are against the selection of Senior chief Kaduya as their paramount chief has tasked Senior chief Nkhulambe and Traditional Authority Ngolongoliwa to convene an impromptu meeting with all the Lhomwe Traditional Authorities to choose the rightful chief for the position.

SCI Collaborates With NN Council in Disaster Response

The Neno district council with logistical support from Save the Children-Italy through Beyond Our Hearts Foundation on Monday conducted an assessment to establish the extent of damage caused by strong winds coupled with heavy rains that fell over the weekend.

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