Some retired health workers under Christian Health Association of Malawi (CHAM) have expressed worries over discrepancies in administration of their pension contributions, relatively describing them as low and insignificant.
Patients seeking assistance from Makata Health Centre in Lunzu, Blantyre are lamenting over acute drug shortages which is forcing them to fork out money or travel long distances to other health centers.
A Mzuzu University-based tourism expert has warned that the country’s tourism sector may collapse due to several governance issues the sector is facing.
Nsanje district council has cautioned local and international Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) against taking the lead in the implementation of various projects in the district, saying failure to adhere to such policy direction will leave the council with no choice but to disapprove their projects in future.
Some small-scale farmers in Mangochi who are practicing irrigation farming using manual methods have recommended the hand water pumps rather than other ways like treadle pumps which are foot-operated.
The clergy in the Assemblies of God Church have offered to relentlessly pray for President Lazarus Chakwera and his administration to fulfill their development agenda and campaign promises.
Ntcheu District Council has conceded that it is struggling to evict encroachers in the Dzonzi-Mvai Forest Reserves as illegal settlers have returned to the protected areas taking over 800 hectares of land.
The Industrial Relations Court in Blantyre has indicated that it will resume hearing of cases from October 1 this year after the court had stopped hearing matters to concentrate on writing of judgements amid complaints that the backlog of cases there is denying people to get justice on time.