The Department of National Parks and Wildlife is introducing Satellite Collar system in Kasungu National Park to help minimize cases of human-wildlife- conflicts around the park.
Development projects in Lilongwe city are expected to follow the priority needs of residents with the adoption of Lilongwe Urban Profile report to accelerate the socio-economic growth of the city.
The Tobacco Commission is projecting a 20% decline in tobacco volumes produced for this year’s marketing season compared to last year.
International Fund for Animal Welfare is upbeat on timely completion of an electric fence around Kasungu National park by January next year which is part of the drive to bring back its lost glory.
The World Bank in Malawi, in its drive to support Malawi's efforts toward more diversified, competitive, shock-resilient socio-economic growth is developing a Country Climate Development report for desirable results.
The tourism ministry has petitioned players in the tourism sector to diversify on marketing tourist attraction sites such as using local languages if domestic tourism is to flourish as it is recovering from shocks of Covid-19 pandemic.
The Malawi Revenue Authority has terminated contracts for 13 of its officers in the just-ended fiscal year on account of lack of integrity in the discharge of their duties.
Expert Development Fund has partnered with Standard Bank Malawi to help rectify trade anomalies that have stagnated Malawi’s export graph over the years.
Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda has challenged newly appointed commissioners for the Malawi Electoral commission that presiding over elections is no simple task but great responsibility which can make or break a country's democracy.
The Rainwater Harvesting Association of Malawi (RHAM) in alliance with School Colleges Permaculture Education (SCOPE-Malawi) have cast the net wide roping in primary school learners in raising awareness on rainwater harvesting technology with the construction of Calabash cisterns in selected schools across the country.