African countries must act quickly and decisively to become leaders on the global economic stage, according to a report by Siemens.
The risk of waterborne disease has engulfed an area on the outskirts of Malawi’s capital city Lilongwe city where a cooking oil manufacturing company is discharging greasy industrial waste into the territory of a community of an estimated 300 households.
~Malawi’s Slow March to Reform Mining Industry. The goal is to avoid past mistakes~
Now old and frail, Mr. and Mrs. Mwalwimba are in their late 70s. They have lived all their lives in Mwabulambo a rural community in Malawi’s Northern District of Karonga. This is where their own fathers and the fathers of their fathers lived and are buried. And this is also where some of their children still live.