As the Campaign is getting hotter in Makhuwira South ward in Chikwawa, Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has asked political parties to avoid political castigation so as to motivate more people to cast their vote on 10 November this year.
Two Well-known organizations have complained that the high cost of living is fueling corruption and prostitution in Malawi as citizens struggle to make ends meet.
Pressured by chiefs’ strong stance against early marriages, girls in Ngabu area in Chikwawa are reported crossing the border to Mozambique to do sexual activities.
Some concerned citizens in Chikwawa have conducted demonstrations petitioning the District Commissioner to address the infrastructure and unemployment challenges.
While horrified and appalled by the recent defilement case in Chikwawa, the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace, CCJP has condemned the tendency of making viral ugly scenes involving a minor who was defiled by a 38 year old man.
The Malawi Congress Party (MCP) has accused its opponents of perpetrating violence in the run up to November 10 by-elections at Makhuwira South Ward in Chikwawa district.
Young working Catholics have been urged to help financially families that are despair because of COVID-19.
Political commentator has expressed concern over the growing tendency of politicians in the country of moving from one party to the other instead of being genuine potential tools of development.
Non state actors in Lower Shire have indicated that the availability of Access to Information (ATI) Act provides a huge platform for citizens to take to task duty bearers on the utilization of public resources in order to achieve sustainable development.
Authorities in Chikwawa have indicated that the warning from the Department of Climate Change and meteorological services of possible flooding in lower areas in 2020/2021 rainy season should push stakeholders to plan well to save people's lives and property.