Deficiency in AIP Policy Guideline Betraying Food Security

As the Affordable Input Program (AIP) remains the Malawi government’s bullet of shooting down hunger and poverty, the fight is facing another fierce enemy which has grossly interfered and compromised drive to promote the Malawi Development Goals (MDGs) on food security and poverty reduction at a household level by 2030.

Man Arrested for Attempted Abduction in Thyolo

Luchenza police in Thyolo have arrested a 35-year-old man, Edson Wilson, on suspicion that he attempted to abduct a boy.

UDF, PP, UTM, AFFORD Formulating Strategic Plans

Four political parties namely, Alliance for Democracy AFFORD, United Democratic Front UDF, Peoples’ Party, and UTM are in the process of formulating strategic plans in an initiative being championed by Democracy Works Foundation.

RBM Procures 67 Kilograms of Gold

Reserve Bank of Malawi-RBM says has bought 67 kilograms of Gold out of the targeted 100kgs as it waits to sent the targeted mineral for processing before export market value for the same is known.

Delay to Convene Youth Parley Worries Former Speaker

Former first Speaker for Malawi's Children Parliament says delay to convene Youth Parliament almost four years the last session was held, is an indication that authorities are not caring to improve the welfare of youths in the country.

Pastoral Letter a Wake-up Call to Chakwera-CDW

A civil society group Center for Democracy Watch-CDW says it is hopeful that government will begin to wake up and seriously consider the voices of reason that different sections of the society in the country have been offering.

Supa Pesa Presents K21 million to Lucky Winner

Supa Pesa, a Malawian sports betting firm, has presented a K21 million cheque to Gift Bonyonga who emerged overall winner in the Bet Yanga sports prediction game.

Flood Survivors Call for Resettlement Package

Some flood Survivors who have been displaced by the recent cyclone Ana and are living at Medram displaced camp in Chikwawa have appealed to government to consider providing to them a resettlement package apart from relief items.

3 Arrested Over ESCOM Transformer Theft

Police in Balaka have arrested three suspects in connection with Electricity Supply Cooperation of Malawi (ESCOM) stolen transformer which was vandalized at Andiamo last week.

Immigration Deports 2 Pakistanis

The central region office of immigration department and citizenship service on Sunday deported two Pakistanis for contravening immigration laws.

Govt Urged to Raise SCT Money

Government has been urged to raise the money going to the ultra-poor under the Social Cash Transfer (SCT) program considering the rise in cost of living.

Ministry and MUST Sign MoU to Advance Industrialization

Minister of Trade and Industry Mark Katsonga has admitted that over 80 percent of imported products have flooded the country's chain stores since the manufacturing industry has collapsed.

Experts Call for Biogas Energy and Residue Fertilizer Production

Energy and agriculture experts in the country have called for a revamped bio-based fertilizer and energy production as a solution to challenges in agriculture and electricity sectors.

Writing in Bloodline, Tamanda & Talandira Kamtukule Author “The Helpful Kalulu” Book

For a long time, book writing in the country has been dominated by senior people, men to be specific.

Govt Says Industrial Zones to Ease Investment Hurdles

Government is upbeat that establishment of Special Economic Zones (SEZ) across the country will fast-track investment processes, industrialization drive and reduce prices of goods in the country.

Mposa Communities Worried with Schools Rehabilitation Delay

Communities around Chilimba Community Day Secondary School and Chilimba Primary School in Machinga, have blamed lack of political will on failure to rehabilitate some schools blocks which were blown off by Cyclone Ana a month ago.

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