Woman Fined for Burning Hands of Girls in Nsanje

Thyolo First Grade Magistrate, Kondani Chinangwa has sentenced Pilirian Damiano, 35, to pay K400, 000 for burning hands of two girls who stole three green maize cobs in her garden in Nsanje.

MSF Sounds SOS Over Medical Supplies in Phalombe

Medicins Sans  Frontieres (MSF) has made fresh calls to the government and players in the humanitarian sector to support the people of Nkhulambe in the Phalombe district with medical and non-medical supplies after tropical Cyclone Freddy induced floods damaged the facility.

Bermuda Overseas Mission Supports 500 Freddy Survivors

500 households in Mulanje who were affected by Tropical Cyclone Freddy on Tuesday received maize flour and kitchen plastic utensils from an international charitable organization, Bermuda Overseas Mission.

Albarakah Charity Trust Supports 600 Cyclone Freddy Survivors in Mangochi

As survivors of Tropical Cyclone Freddy are still recovering from the aftershock of the Cyclone, Albarakah Charity Trust on Tuesday distributed food and non-food items to 600 families in Mangochi district.

CEM Lights Up TA Chankaza Area

Government says access to electricity is still low in the country and that efforts by other stakeholders to connect rural communities with electricity is highly commendable.

Parliament, CSOs Disagree on Mining Bill Tabling

Civil Society Organizations in the mining sector have asked the Ministry of Justice to withdraw the Mining and Minerals Bill scheduled to be tabled in Parliament, accusing the government of not doing thorough consultations in coming up with the proposed law.

Salima Sugar Company Limited has New Board

Shareholders of Salima Sugar Company Limited, which is under the Greenbelt Authority, have appointed a new board to oversee the operations of the company.

MPs to Discuss Disaster Management Bill

Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Titus Mvalo has said the Disaster Risk Management Bill of 2023 is ready for tabling in Parliament next week before the house rises sine die.

Pro Agro Youth Project to Create 1,500 Jobs

As one way of addressing underemployment and unemployment among youth in the country, the International Labor Organization (ILO) has launched a Pro Agro Youth project to propel in job creation.

Second Deputy Speaker Distributes Iftar Food Packs for Ramadan

At least some two thousand Muslim hunger-stricken families in the area of Traditional Authority Chimwala in Mangochi will have some food when breaking their fast during this holy month of Ramadan, thanks for their parliamentarian Aisha Mambo Adams.

FOM Asks for Quick Post Cyclone Recovery

Friends of Machinga (FOM) Trust has asked government to come up with a speedy recovery initiative for people affected by Cyclone Freddy to build resilient structures when returning to their villages.

Malawians in Diaspora Help Cyclone Freddy Survivors in Neno

Beyond Our Hearts Foundation Malawi with funding from Malawi Diaspora Network - USA has on Friday distributed items to Cyclone Freddy survivors in eight villages around Neno district.

Man U Jersey Leads Suspected Thief to the Owner

A stolen Manchester United jersey has helped Thyolo Police detectives to arrest a 25-year-old man, Cosmas Gift Kamanga on suspected burglary and theft offences.

TAML Secures K25.3 million for Cyclone Freddy Response

Despite individual members of the Tea Association of Malawi Limited (TAML) making their responses to the Tropical Cyclone Freddy, the organization on Thursday made a K12 million donation worthy of relief items to disaster affected smallholder tea growers and other affected households in Thyolo district.

15,000 Hectares Of Crops Destroyed By Cyclone Freddy - FUM

Preliminary assessment by the Farmers Union of Malawi (FUM) indicates that over 15,000 hectares of crops were washed away by Tropical Cyclone Freddy induced floods.

UN Advances Green Industrial Age as Breakthrough For SDGs

The United Nations (UN) says that a sustainable industrial transformation is needed to close the widening development gap between countries, meet climate targets and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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