2 Jailed for Selling a Human Being
A Senior Resident Magistrate’s Court in Mangochi on Thursday, 4th November 2021, convicted and sentenced two men to 12 years’ imprisonment with hard labour for offering for sale a 4-year-old boy.
Man, 20, Jailed 21 Years for Defilement
A 20-year-old man in Mangochi will spend over two decades in jail, for defiling a 14-month-old stepdaughter.
Link Youth With Opportunities -Mapemba
As Malawi continues to align its strategies towards the 2063 Agenda, one of the partners that support government in developing, implementing, or monitoring policies, Health Policy Plus, says youths can contribute better to the agenda if they are linked to opportunities.
People Recognized Our Attendance - Sex Workers Association
The Female Sex Workers Association (FWSA) says its availability at the Malawi’s largest music event so far this year, Sand Music Festival, has assisted them to gain more recognition in the country.
CHC Engages Communities on Covid-19 Vaccine
In a move to increase uptake of Covid-19 vaccine in the country, the Catholic Health Commission (CHC) in Mangochi Diocese has started engaging communities in the rural areas to sensitize them about the vaccine.
Mphweketsa Moyo Water Pumps Easing Farmers Distress
Some small-scale farmers in Mangochi who are practicing irrigation farming using manual methods have recommended the hand water pumps rather than other ways like treadle pumps which are foot-operated.
Secondary School Dropouts Rate Worries Authorities
Authorities in the country's South East Education Division (SEED) have expressed concern over the increasing numbers of students dropping out from secondary schools in the division.
Woman Jailed for Concealing Birth
A 23-year-old woman in Mangochi will spend the next 5 years behind bars after a magistrate court convicted and sentenced her for concealing the birth of a child and abandoning a child at birth contrary to sections 232 and 232 (A) of the Penal Code respectively.
Court Jails Four for Possessing Indian Hemp
A Magistrate’s Court in Mangochi on Wednesday, September 15, 2021, sentenced four men to 5-years imprisonment each and forfeited a Toyota Sienta vehicle they used to illegally ferry Indian hemp.
FPAM Mobile Clinics Excite Villagers
A UN Joint Programme on Girls Education (UNJPGE) III that Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM) is implementing in Mangochi has gained support from communities in hard-to-reach areas, mostly due to its mobile clinic component.