Eamon Piringu

Eamon Piringu

Sexual and Reproductive Health Directorate in the Ministry of Health says lack of funds for awareness campaigns is fueling to a low percentage of women who are willing to get screened of Cervical Cancer in the country especially in remote areas.

Opportunity International Malawi has on Sunday, launched a Tree planting exercise at Jafali village under Traditional Authority Kawinga in Machinga, where two thousand trees have planted together with Village Saving Loans Associations (VSLA).

Southern Region Water Board says it will require K12 billion to procure and install prepaid water meters to all its eighty thousand customers in the region.

Deputy minister of health, Enock Phale says his ministry is committed to upgrade health centres in the country into rural hospitals to serve a huge number of people who travel long distances in need of proper medical attention.

The Malawi Communication Regulatory Authority (MACRA) has disclosed that it wants to erect 76 network towers in hard-to-reach areas in the next five years as a way of promoting mobile money transaction services and communication to all.

In an effort to sustain people facing financial challenges during the lean period, Machinga District Council with support from Ministry of Gender, has on Tuesday supported thirteen thousand families under Social Cash Transfer programme with a financial booster of an additional K36 000 each for January and February, on top of the normal monthly cash they receive in the programme.

Some members of the opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in the eastern region have condemned Mark Botomani, the party's member of parliament for Zomba Chisi, over remarks that the party's vice president for the east, Bright Msaka, asked leader of opposition Kondwani Nankhumwa to be put in his shadow cabinet.

Electricity Generation Company (EGENCO) says they expect to commission the 300 megawatts Kammwamba Coal-powered plant in 2025 as they have just finished doing feasibility study on the site.

Technical Entrepreneurial and Vocational Training Authority (TEVETA) says about five 2022 pre-apprentice students were duped by unscrupulous individuals who were posing as TEVET authorities by demanding school fees payments via Airtel money and TNM Mpamba since November last year.

Police in the country say they have deployed its uniformed and Criminal Investigation Department (CID) officers to areas and evacuation camps to enhance security against criminal activities.

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