National Construction Industry Council (NCIC) says adoption of alternative construction materials has been a success, three years after it issued a ban on the use of baked bricks in public and commercial projects.
Ward councilors in Phalombe have taken a swipe at council's officials for frustrating implementation of development projects, six months after the council approved the projects.
Some communities in Phalombe have expressed dismay over long distance which they are covering to access justice at Phalombe First Grade Magistrate’s Court.
Phalombe Youth Arms Organization (PYAO) says lack of skills among youths to track implementation of development initiatives is affecting smooth implementation of development.
A local organization that supports human rights of persons with albinism, Standing Voice, has rolled out a program which seeks to construct houses for some of the survivors on brutal attacks of Persons with Albinism (PWAs).
Traditional Authority (TA) Nyezelera of Phalombe has challenged men in the district to report to relevant authorities perpetrators of Gender based violence (GBV)
Agriculture authorities say they need over 282, 000 metric tons of maize seeds to support farmers who were affected by dry spell in the southern part of the country.
Habitat for Humanity Malawi (HFHM) says it is upbeat that it will hand over 180 houses which the organization is constructing in two districts of Phalombe and Zomba for the victims of Cyclone Idai by March 31st, 2021.
Officials at Malawi Defense Force (MDF) - Phalombe camp have asked government for a permanent water treatment plant so that soldiers can access potable water.
Centre for Social Concern (CfSC) says government should consider trickling down of relevant information on development to district councils to spur transparency and accountability.