MET Predicts Rainfall Decline

The Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services says in the next few weeks, southern region will experience a decline in rainfall due to a movement of the Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) systems towards the central and northern region of the country.

Balaka District Council Sets Aside K27 Million for Guardian Shelter

Balaka District Council says it has set aside K27 million for constructing Balaka District Hospital Guardian shelter which will commerce between the months of April - June this year.

Mwapata Institute Recommends Permanent Resettlement for Flood Survivors

A research think-tank, Mwapata Institute, has recommended short, medium, and long-term interventions to assist in the recovery process of people in the Lower Shire districts of Chikwawa and Nsanje who recently suffered devastating flood effects.

MAM Seeks Support for Disaster Victims

The Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM) has conceded that its prayer services have been heavily affected by the recent natural disasters as most of its members are no longer participating.

Balaka District Hospital Opens a Paying Ward

First Lady Monica Chakwera on Tuesday presided over the opening of a paying ward at Balaka District Hospital.

Parly Nods Bill Amendment; Customary Land Bill & Vat Bill

Members of parliament have today Tuesday given a nod to the amendment of two bills; the Customary Land Bill and the Value Added Tax Bill.

Education Network Tips Council on By-Laws

Phalombe District Education Network (PHADEN) has called on the authorities to formulate by-laws that can guide operation of markets and video show rooms to avoid disrupting learning processes in the district.

Chakwera Promises to End Fraud in AIP

President Lazarus Chakwera has assured farmers that government will end fraud which marred this year's Affordable Inputs Programme (AIP).

Parliament Probes Abandoned MUST Properties

Parliamentary Committee on Education says it is investigating why contractor abandoned the construction of 300 staff houses, students’ hostels, lecturer theatres and laboratory at Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) in Thyolo some seven years ago.

Bishop Malasa Drums Support for Polio Vaccine

Bishop Brighton Malasa has called upon all women to vaccinate their children against Polio, and Covid-19 which he said have far reaching consequences to human life.

Treat Evacuation Camps Returnees Equally

Government has urged chiefs and other gatekeepers to receive and treat equally people that are returning home from evacuation camps where they have spent two months.

Airtel Africa Sales Airtel MW Tower

Airtel Africa has sold Airtel Malawi Towers to Helios Towers a UK-based telecommunications company at a tune of 54.7 million dollars, which is close to 44 billion Kwacha.

Dog Kills 3-year-old Boy in Lilongwe

Lilongwe, Central Malawi: A three-year-old boy died here on Sunday after he was attacked by a vicious dog, the police have confirmed.

Future4All Malawi Supports NU Families With Livestock

There is hope for improved livelihoods among 100 households of Dzoole village, Inkosi Kwataine in Ntcheu following the distribution of livestock courtesy of Future4All Malawi.

Migration Policy On the Cards

Ministry of Labour says it finalizing developing the Migration Policy which among others seeks to address issues of human trafficking within and outside the country.

Kabaza Operators Cost NU Council MK10M in Revenue

Non-compliance of some kabaza motorbike and bicycle operators in paying business licenses to Ntcheu District Council has cost the council MK10 Million in revenue collection in 2021/22 financial year.

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