Govt Engages Private Sector on Tourism

Government has called for concerted efforts among players in the tourism industry if the nation is to boost the country's economy through the sector.

Thyolo Tailor Pleads for Legal Representation in K29m Claim

A Thyolo-based tailor, Henry Akim, has asked private practice lawyers to assist him in legal representation in a case he is claiming K29 million of damages at the High Court from the Thyolo District Council.

MANAD Ushers in New Leadership

Malawi National association of the deaf (MANAD) has asked authorities to consider coming up with a secondary school for learners with hearing impairment.

Timvekeni Initiative Dresses 120 Ntcheu Pupils

Timvekeni Initiative has dressed 120 pupils at Chisimbwi Primary School in Ntcheu by providing clothes and shoes owing to the areas harsh hot weather conditions.

Cash Incentives Help Fight MDR TB

The National TB and Leprosy Elimination Program says the provision of transport money to all the 165 patients currently on multidrug resistant (MDR) TB is helping them not to skip medical treatment.

Abandoned: Leprosy Patients Cry for Help

Leprosy has resurfaced in Malawi after it was believed to have been stamped out in the country in the 1970s, and it appears to have come back strongly.

Nsanje Business Community Boycotts Market Fee

Nsanje boma market business community are boycotting payment of market fees to force the district council to dredge the market’s drainage systems.

PRSM Hail Mzuni for Sound Com Studies

The Public Relations Society of Malawi (PRSM) has noted that most institutional and governance challenges the country is facing could be attributed to a lack of sound strategic advice from communication experts.

Teen Pregnancies and STI's High among Youths in NN

The Neno district hospital youth friendly health services office on Sunday decried lack of interest by many youths to access family planning services, a situation that has resulted in a rise in teen pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections.

SRWB Drills K350m Borehole to Ease Water Challenges in Luchenza

The Southern Region Water Board (SRWB) has expressed hope that water woes in Luchenza municipality in Thyolo will be minimized by January 2023 following the drilling of K350 million high-yielding borehole expected to pump over a million litres of water daily.

Snr Chief Nsabwe Calls for Police Comeback at Thekerani to Counter GBV

A local leader in Thyolo has appealed to the Malawi Police Service (MPS) to redeploy police officers at Thekerani Police Unit which some irate members ransacked in May this year following a disagreement with the police.

Govt Called to Open More AIP Selling Points in Thyolo

Senior chief Kapichi of Thyolo has asked the government to open more Affordable Inputs Programme (AIP) selling points as his beneficiaries including others from Mulanje are thronging the only Luchenza selling point.

NGO Uses Sports to Speak Against GBV

As part of commemorating 16 days of activism against Gender Based Violence, a local NGO based in Mulanje, Othakarhakha Foundation organized a two-day bonanza for football and bawo in Traditional Authority Nkanda.

It’s Blantyre Derby in Airtel Zamadolo Final

It’s confirmed! Blantyre giants, Mighty Mukuru Wanderers and Nyasa Big Bullets will rock horns in the final of Airtel Top 8 Zamadolo cup.

Climate Change Worry CSOs

Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have expressed concern over the effect of climate change, saying is causing untold misery to people as manifested in frequent occurrence of climate-related hazards like tropical storms, erratic rainfall and dry spells.

Kendo; Game of Discipline and Unity

The Japanese Embassy has expressed hope that promotion of Kendo sport in Malawi will develop the youth to be energetic, disciplined and promote unity between the two countries.

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