Women Legal Resource Centre WoLREC says there is a growing need for stakeholders not to relent in organizing people in groups for group businesses mainly in rural areas if they are to be relevant on the market.
The Malawi Institute of Physical Planners has warned unless there is strong political will and curtail political influence on land use in urban areas, the country's urban development will remain challenged.
There is a layer of hope that Malawi will soon add at least 60 megawatts of power to the national grid after the completion of the Solar power plant at Kanzimbe in Salima district in April.
A Non-governmental Organisation Multi Consult Africa says the country will continue losing its trees to charcoal unless the producing communities are economically empowered.
Some cotton farmers in the country say government must trade carefully on the market issues this year else production of the crop will continue to go down.
Member of Parliament for Salima North constituency has warned unless government improves on financial allocation towards the forestry department, the fight against illegal charcoal burning will be challenged.
Salima District Hospital has appealed for support from well-wishers to help with the maintenance of the district referral facility built in 1989 and now in a dilapidated state.
Under exploitation of mushroom farming is robbing of Malawi a lot of money as the country is only able to produce 10 percent of mushroom needed mushroom production expert has said.
School closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic has brought with it negative side effects on communities in Malawi where increasing numbers of girls who should otherwise have been in class and now expectant.