The Teachers Union of Malawi-TUM- has called on all teachers in public primary and secondary schools, including teacher training college lecturers to start abandoning work beginning Monday coming.
On Monday, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees-UNHCR-made available birth registration equipment to the National Registration Bureau-NRB-for the roll-out of birth registration for children of refugees in camps in Malawi.
On Sunday, Members of Chewa Heritage Foundation-CHEFO-led by chairperson, Professor George Kanyama-Phiri, made available maize flour to hunger-stricken households in Traditional Authorities Kayembe and Dzoole in Dowa district.
In the past four weeks, 13 road accidents in Dowa have claimed 10 lives.
In just under four weeks in Dowa alone, 10 people have been killed in 13 road accidents.
Acting Commissioner of police for the Central Region, Avalesta Chisale, has pleaded with Malawians to desist from burning down police stations as this is paralyzing security in localities.
The puzzle over how discolored and “rotten” maize ended up in the hands of hunger-stricken people in Dowa in the on-going relief program at the weekend continues to boggle many a mind.
This morning in Dowa district, more and more villagers flocked to Nachisaka EPA where they are coming to return relief maize received yesterday because it has been discovered to be discolored, rotten and in some instances mixed with maize husks, according to the villagers.