Mobile Courts key to Speedy Trial- CAWVOC

There are high prospects for speedy trial on gender based violence related cases among women and children in Phalombe district, owing to the launch of mobile court sessions in the district.

Long Wait for Lifestyle Audit Manual

The Ministry of Justice has been working on legal processes on the Lifestyle Audit Manual since March 2023 when it was developed before taking it to cabinet for approval.

Guard Arrested at MUST Laboratory Construction

The Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) security team has foiled a robbery and caught one private guard for allegedly being found in possession of construction materials at its purpose built state-of-art laboratory project.

Lerani Ana a Khungu la Chialubino Monga Winaliyense – Massa

Womenyera ufulu wachibadwidwe, a Boniface Massa, walangiza makolo omwe ali ndi ana akhungu la chialubino kuti adziwapatsa thandizo lonse loyenera kuti akule n’kudzakhala mzika zodalirika.

Devaluation, El Nino to Affect Food Security

Since the onset of the 2023/24 rainy season, the rain pattern has been uneven with most areas experiencing dry spells, low rains and normal to above normal trends.

Malnutrition Crisis Threatens Over 573,000 Children in Malawi

Despite efforts to curb malnutrition, a staggering 573,000 children under the age of five in Malawi face the looming threat of malnutrition.

Activists Irked with Men Sleeping with Daughters

Gender rights advocates have challenged women and girls to report men that sleep with their daughters, describing it as inhumane.

Thyolo District Hospital Goes 3 Days Without Food

For three days now, Thyolo district hospital has not been providing food to patients and essential staff.

Malawians Need Hope - Chinga

Gospel artist Miracle Chinga has urged Malawians to embrace God's love in music as a source of hope as they are passing through a lot.

Malawi Parliament for Rigorous Anti-Corruption Measures

Parliament has pledged to strengthen its internal processes and measures to prevent corruption among its rank and file and advocate for strong anti-corruption policies and laws at national level.

ILO Tips Malawi on Local Products and Forex

The International Labor Organization (ILO) has tipped Malawi to promote local products such as tea to avoid labor exports and forex depletion.

Malawi Reducing Child Labor - Govt, ILO

Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Labor, Wezi Kayira says Malawi is on the right path in eradicating child labor.

Neno District Commemorates 16 Days of Gender Activism

Neno District Social Welfare office has disclosed that the area of Traditional Authority Chekucheku especially in Group Village Headman Kaluphya, there are more cases of Gender Based Violence compared to the three other T/As.

Lightning Kills a learner Mzuzu, Injuring Three Others

One Student has died and two others including their teacher have sustained injuries following a lightning strike at Msipazi Primary School in Mchengautuwa in Mzuzu on Thursday.

Mzuzu Police Station Publicist Paul Tembo says this happened when the three students, all girls aged 14, were escorting their teacher to her house in the area.

 “What we have gathered so far is that some pupils noticed smoke coming from the teacher's house and rushed to the scene where they found the four down and unconscioushe matter was reported to school authorities who picked the four to Mzuzu Central Hospital where one of them was pronounced dead upon arrival and the other three were admitted for medical treatment,” says Tembo.

 The condition of the three is stabilizing and this is according to the police. 

 The deceased has been identified as Promise Kaira who hailed from Nyankhetha Village Traditional Authority Kampingo Sibande in Mzimba.

 he Department of Meteorological Services has announced that some parts of the Central and Northern regions would from yesterday Thursday experience heavy rains coupled with lightning.


The Department of Meteorological Services has announced that some parts of the central and northern regions will from Thursday this week experience heavy rains coupled with lightning.


Insufficient Agriculture Extension Workers' Training Affecting Farm Yields

A Consortium of some Civil Society Organizations in the Agriculture sector has noted that insufficient capacity-building training for agriculture extension workers is negatively impacting progress in the implementation of agro-forestry projects in some parts of the country.
Executive Director of the CCAP Synod of Livingstonia Development Department (SOLDEV) Kenneth Sakala whose organization is a partner of the consortium says the concern comes in the wake of some strange diseases and failure by farming households to adopt some new innovative agricultural technologies for some crops and livestock.
“SOLDEV which is implementing a Conserve Malawi project in the Traditional Authority Mpherembe in Mzimba wants to ensure that extension workers have capacity and ably assist farmers in making profits from their farming,” said Sakala.
This week partners of the consortium visited the project implementation area of SOLDEV in Mzimba to appreciate the progress of its project in the district.
He added: "So what we are doing is that implementation partners of the Conserve Malawi project visit each other and discuss successes and challenges where recommendations are made aimed at ensuring that it has reached its goals.”
Among other things, the Conserve Malawi project promotes agro-forestry, including best practices, sustainable techniques, crop diversification, and soil management.
Another partner of the consortium, Tearfund programs Manager, Aaron Lewani said his organization is working with faith-based formations working in the fringes of protected areas implementing the Conserve Malawi Project across the country stressing the importance of a multi-sectoral approach in addressing the food deficit.
“We want to among other things ensure that more households have food in their homes through various approaches we have initiated in this project,” explained Lewani.
Traditional Authority Mpherembe hailed SOLDEV and Tearfund for empowering communities with knowledge and skills to become key partners in promoting sustainable agriculture practices which have helped to uplift the lives of his subjects.
Noted the Inkosi: “Fruits of this project are seen in this area and with what people are experiencing in their households there is a need to replicate it into other areas so that more farmers benefit.”
The Conserve Malawi Project is a three-and-a-half-year project implemented by a consortium of Civil Society Organizations namely: SOLDEV, Assemblies of God Care, FRIM, and Malawi Plant Genetic Resource Centre with funding from Jersey Overseas Aid (JOA) through Tearfund Malawi office.

DoDMA Disburses K16 Million for Land Compensation, Relocation in Thyolo

The Department of Disaster and Management Affairs (DoDMA) has disbursed K16 million to compensate owners of a 95 hectare land which the Thyolo district council has identified to relocate Sambambidzi villagers that were affected by cyclone Freddy.
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