Action on Vacant Council Offices Awaits Investigation

The Local Government Service Commission (LASCOM) says it has no immediate plans to replace the district council officers who have been forced out by the ward councilors in Mulanje and Thyolo.

AIP to Include Livestock

Minister of agriculture, Sam Kawale, has disclosed that his ministry will use part of remaining K12.4 billion of the K109 billion of the Affordable Inputs Programme (AIP) budget to implement a livestock Programme under the same initiative.

Stakeholders Vouch for Increased Domestic Funding for ECD in SADC Countries

The Network of Early Childhood Development of Lesotho (NECDOL), the ECD Coalition of Malawi (ECDC Malawi) and ECD stakeholders through the transnational advocacy capacity building project (TRANAC) have lobbied members of parliament in SADC Region to push for increase in allocations to early childhood development (ECD) to enable children realise their full potential.

Magomero Graduates 308

About 308 students have graduated from Magomero Community Development College in three disciplines namely, Integrated Social Protection, Community Development and Agrofood Processing on Tuesday.

Thyolo Councilors Seal DPD, DPW Offices

Ward councilors in Thyolo on Tuesday ceremoniously sealed offices for Director of Planning and Development (DPD) Morson Magombo and Director of Public Works (DPW) Amos Lisimba including office of building supervisor over allegations they are derailing development progress.

Polio Remains Health Risk - Ministry

The Ministry of Health says the country still remains at risk of registering more polio cases as neighboring countries continue detecting the disease in Under 5 children.

Uncertified Charcoal Business Banned in Neno

Neno district Forestry Office has with immediate effect banned production and sell of uncertified charcoal, claiming the district has lost 24,000 hectors of forest between 2021 and 2022.

Murder Suspect on the Run in Thyolo

Police in Thyolo are hunting Allan Masautso for allegedly killing his wife Alekeleni Julio aged 42 due to a family misunderstanding.

HUAWEI Commits to Bring Digital Transformation For All

President of Huawei in  Sub-Saharan Africa Region, Leo Chen,  says they are committed to bring digital tansformation to every person; home and organization in Africa.

YouthADAPT Competition Winners Outline Investment Plans

Two Malawian youth who recently won the 2022 African Youth Adaptation Solutions Challenge (YouthADAPT Challenge) competition have revealed plans on how they intend to utilize the USD100,000 about K102.7 million business grant.

EU Sustains SoSuRe Project in Neno

The Neno District Council Social Cash Transfer Officer Zindawa Kachingwe says there is a need to vigorously engage the Area Executive Committee which is a group of technocrats in all phases of development implementation.

Mwanza MSMEs Urged to Work in Groups to Benefit

The Ministry of Trade and Industry has asked Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in Mwanza to work in groups if they are to easily have access business opportunities from government policy as well as development partners.

MHRC ATI Act Zero Budget Allocation Worries Media Council

The Media Council of Malawi (MCM) has expressed concern that the Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) is failing to spearhead and popularise the Access to Information (ATI) Act since it had a zero budget allocation in the current fiscal year.

FRIM on Bluegum Resistant Pest Eradication Trials

The Forestry Research Institute of Malawi (FRIM) says it is now carrying out the screening trials to identify species with natural resistance to eradicate the remaining bluegum pest  Red gum lerp psyllid.

MANERELA Calls for Honest Discussions on Termination of Pregnancy Bill

Malawi Network of Religious Leaders Living with or Personally Affected by HIV and AIDS (MANERELA+) says consistent engagement and honest discussions concerning misunderstandings over the tabling of termination of pregnancy bill in parliament can assist to address the rising unsafe abortion cases in most parts of Malawi.

MUSCCO Supports Two Mulanje Schools in Sanitation and Hygiene

The Malawi Union of Savings and Credit Cooperatives (MUSCCO) Chapter One on Saturday handed over four toilets each at Sikoya and Mikoko primary schools in Mulanje district.

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