Tobacco Farmers Spend More on Chemicals - ARET

The Agricultural Research and Extension Trust (ARET) says tobacco farmers in the country spend a lot of money in buying chemicals because most of the varieties they use are prone to diseases.

23 Malawians Deported From Mozambique

Immigration authorities in Mozambique have deported 21 men and 2 women for being found in a cargo van en route to South Africa, contrary to the laws there and arrived through Mwanza border over the weekend.

Brazilian on African Tour by Foot Arrives in Malawi

Visiting Brazilian Activist who is on a 11, 500 kilometers tour in Africa on foot to raise awareness on disability rights has expressed concern with the status of infrastructure in Malawi which he says are not disability friendly.

Catholic Church Leads Learners in Tree Planting

Chikwawa Diocese of the Catholic Church on Thursday launched a tree planting programme at Kunyondo Primary School where it suggested a massive civic education exercise to halt land encroachment.

Kakuyu Island Flood Survivors Want Moved Upland

Some of the people who got trapped by floods on Kakuyu, a farming island in Dwangwa, Nkhotakota district want government to speedily relocate them upland.

DPP Wants ConCourt Judges Probed

The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has called on the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) to investigate five judges who nullified the May 21, 2019 presidential elections.

Mzimba HRDC Protests Turn Nasty

There were running battles between police and demonstrators in Mzimba after a third attempt by the protesters to seal council offices were thwarted by the law enforcers on apparent instruction from the regional commissioner for the Northern region.

Teachers Yet To Receive December Salaries

A month after staging nationwide demonstrations to force government pay salaries to teachers missed on December 2019 payroll, some affected teachers are yet to receive the said salaries.

Red Cross Assists 3, 000 Demonstrators

The Malawi Red Cross Society says has assisted over 3, 000 people during the demonstration without problems as people have been giving them access to do their job without hindrances.

Govt Intensifies TB Screening in Mines

The ministry of health has intensified TB screening in all mines and factories that produce dust as a byproduct with the aim of getting rid of TB in the extractive industry in Neno district.

MEC Offices Sealed

The anti-Jane Ansah protesters have sealed offices of the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) in their continued bid to force the Commission step down.

Generate Income Through Tree Planting; CBOs told

As funding problems continue paralyzing operations of most Community Based Organizations (CBOs), a local organization says communities now need to be taught sustainable ways of running their institutions such as venturing into agri-business instead of relying on donors only.

AHL Group Saves Chiradzulu DHO

There are prospects of reduced malaria attacks at Chiradzulu hospital following the spraying of terminator chemical by AHL Group which controls pests including mosquitoes, bed bugs and cockroaches.

Malawi’s State Of The Environment ‘Pathetic’ - Environmentalist

An Environmentalist has decried continued failure by the country to protect the trees that are planted year in year out saying stakeholders are spending billions of kwacha in such initiatives without follow up on the trees to ensure maximum survival.

Violence Against the Elderly Still on the Rise in Chitipa

Cases of violence against the elderly in Chitipa, are showing no signs of abating despite massive campaigns against the vice.

Teacher Writes History Curriculum Book

A teacher at Nazarene Mission Secondary School in Blantyre has written a questions and answers history book for junior secondary school students after noting how students struggle with the subject.

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