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President Lazarus Chakwera has called on Malawians not to politicise the effects of Cyclone Freddy but work together to achieve a greater length in restoring the country back to its economic functioning state.

Muslims Observe Ramadhan

The Muslim Association of Malawi has implored Muslims in the country to utilize the Islamic holy month of Ramadhan to pray for the country for the calamity that has befallen it as a result of Cyclone Freddy which has killed over 500 people.

Vice President Saulos Chilima has described the devastation caused by cyclone Freddy as a total revenge for the damage caused to the environment.

Water and Sanitation minister, Abida Mia, is set to address delegates at the UN 2023 Water Conference Thursday, March 23rd on how the newly established ministry is working to handle water and sanitation issues in Malawi.

Flames Triumph Over Al-Ansar

Malawi national football team, the Flames, beat Saudi Second Division professional outfit, Al-Ansar, 8-nil in a strength testing encounter played Friday.

The Ministry of Health in Malawi has released information revealing the devastating toll Cyclone Freddy has taken on health systems across multiple districts in the country.

The Norwegian Church Aid and DanChurchAid (NCA/DCA) Malawi joint programme on Wednesday, March 8, 2023, announced K100 million worth of support to go towards the cholera response in Malawi.

When Malawi women's footballer Tabitha Chawinga started playing as a striker for Italian Serie A Club Inter Milan, the odds were stacked against her.

Presidential Taskforce on Cholera and Covid-19 says World Health Organization (WHO) is yet to respond to a government request for at least seven million more doses of oral cholera vaccines.

Taskforce co-chairperson, Dr. Wilfred Chalamira Nkhoma, told Zodiak yesterday that at the moment, about 33 countries are experiencing cholera outbreaks hence expected to share about 38 million doses projected to be produced this year.

Malawi run out of Cholera vaccine last month.

The Malawi Electoral Commission says it targets having at least 75 percent of 10 million voters which the National Statistical Office estimates would be eligible to vote in 2025 general elections.

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