Neno Children's Parliament Hails Duty Bearers
At an Interface between the Neno Children's Parliamentarians and Neno District Council duty bearers, the young parliamentarians have expressed gratitude to the council on positive strides made so far in answering their resolutions.
Low Funding Towards WASH Takes Centre Stage at WASH Innovation Fair
UNICEF says low government funding towards water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) activities is limiting provision of safe water, especially in rural areas.
Tobacco Farmers Demand Better Prices
Farmers in Rumphi have urged tobacco buyers to offer good prices during this year’s marketing season.
632 Cyclone Freddy Displaced Families Return Home in Blantyre
Some 632 families whose houses were partially demolished by the Cyclone Freddy in the Area of Tradition Authority Kapeni in Blantyre rural have returned to their respective homes giving room to primary schools learners to concentrate in their classes in camps which were in schools.
Youth Empowerment Vital for National Development
Neno District Commissioner Hudson Kuphanga has said youth empowerment is vital if the country is to develop the Malawi 2063 Agenda.
TechnoBrain to Supply 240,000 Passport Booklets
Zodiak has it on authority that TechnoBrain is scheduled to supply 240,000 passport booklets to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services this Friday.
Operation Smile Malawi Donates to Freddy Survivors
Operation Smile Malawi led by the organization’s Trustee Abdul Aziz Yasin, on Wednesday travelled to Mulanje to support Cyclone Freddy survivors with assorted relief items.
Neno Road Advocacy Group Cries Over Road Delay
Neno Road Advocacy group has expressed worry over the snail’s pace the Neno road construction works is moving, saying it is affecting Cyclone Freddy aid delivery.
Govt Rehires Contractors to Complete Stalled World Bank CBCCs
Government has rehired four contractors to finish the World Bank funded model Community Based Childcare Centres (CBCCs) which stalled in Chiradzulu, Thyolo, Neno and Machinga.
MCCL Supports Flood Survivors
A public and private partnership company, Malawi Cargo Centre Limited (MCCL) has expressed hope that urgent establishment of response and recovery plans will create more opportunities for partners to provide adequate support to Cyclone Freddy flood victims in the southern region.
Employers' Flouting Labour Laws in Thyolo
Labour authorities in Thyolo have observed that paying below government set minimum wage, improper retrenchments and delaying gratuity or pension funds remittance remain a challenge among most employers in the district.
SDA Pastor Donates to 22 Elderlies in Mangochi
As hunger continue to hit hard some communities across the country, 22 senior citizens from Senior Group Songa 1, Traditional Authority Mtonda in Mangochi have received bags of maize to avert the food shortages.
EcoBank Pumps K30 Million Towards MEA2023
Ecobank has pumped in K30 million, towards this year’s Malawi Exporters Awards scheduled for April 5-6 in Lilongwe.
Businesswoman Donates to Freddy Survivors
Some survivors of incessant rains that have had their houses falling in Chilipa, and Mbera were all smiles when a Balaka business lady Mercy Dossa offered them clothes and blankets to see them through.
Minister Concedes Chikwawa Communities are Suffering
Minister of Health, Khumbize Kandodo Chiponda, has noted with concern that over 20,000 people in Chikwawa are failing to access health care after fire gutted Mfera Health Centre on March 16, 2023.
Police Officer, Canadians Bail Out Cyclone Freddy Survivors in Thyolo
A police officer for Masambanjati Police Unit, Superintendent Chimwemwe Billy in collaboration with his Canadian friends on Monday donated relief items to survivors of Tropical Cyclone Freddy in the district.