Cyclone Freddy Relocation: BCC Calls for Support

The Blantyre City Council (BCC) has pleaded with well-wishers to support the relocation exercise of Cyclone Freddy survivors from Soche to Mapanga area.

Kwacha In Biggest Tumble Yet; Hard Times Ahead – Economists

The Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) has announced the biggest yet adjustment in the trading value of the kwacha against the US dollar, devaluing the selling rate at 43.29% - from K1180.29 to K1700 effective November 9.

Authorities Under Fire Over Nsanje Market Project

Nsanje Civil Society Network is on authorities’ neck demanding action on completion of Nsanje boma market project.

Malawi and Mozambique Discuss Prisoners Repatriation

Malawi consul general for Tete province Happy Saka says there are plans to allow Malawian inmates with minor offences or about to complete jail terms in Mozambique to be allowed to complete their sentences back home.

CISANET Endorses Megafarms Initiative

The Civil Society Agriculture Network (CISANET) has thrown its weight behind the megafarms initiative by government.

Malawi Makes Progress in Malaria Fight

The Ministry of Health says the country reduced malaria cases from 6.1 million in 2016 to 4.2 million cases in 2022 and malaria deaths from 4,000 to 1,829 in 2022.

Lilongwe District Council Sets Conditions for Unemployed Nurses, Teachers Vigil

"Some of our conditions include an order for the organisers to deploy no less than 40 marshals and avoid noise pollution at the government offices.

D-Day for Malawi: IMF Board to Decide on U$174m ECF

The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund will on 15th of November 2023 meet to decide on whether to approve US174 million Extended Credit Facility (ECF) for Malawi, weeks after local authorities and IMF staff reached a staff level agreement.

AIP Not Answer to Malawi's Food Insecurity - Expert

An agriculture expert says Malawi cannot achieve food security with this year's Affordable Inputs Programme (AIP) amid an outcry that in some villages the beneficiary's list has been trimmed three times.

CCJP Supports Vulnerable Girls in Neno

The Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) through MISEREOR Germany says there is a need to empower vulnerable young girls who have been selected and have interest to pursue secondary education and Mother Groups with bursaries and entrepreneurial skills.

Pope Francis has New Envoy to Malawi; Zambia

Pope Francis’s new envoy to Malawi and Zambia, Archbishop Gian Luca Perici, has delivered his letters of credence to President Lazarus Chakwera in Lilongwe.

Agora Employee Arrested over Alleged Robbery in Thyolo

Police in Thyolo have arrested 29-year old Joseph Mwambene, assistant manager at Goliati Agora depot, following an alleged day-light robbery of K750, 000.

QECH ENT Unit Gets New Equipment

The Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) has received a huge boost of new surgery equipment amid reports that the hospital conducts more than 65 Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) operations every month.

Amaanat Contractors Limited Donates Wheelchairs in Mangochi

Thirty people with different disabilities that affected their walking ability, mainly children from poor families in Mangochi, have their faith partly restored as they now have wheelchair bikes, thanks to Amaanat Contractors Limited.

MACOHA Hints on Mindset Shift on Disability

The Malawi Council for the Handicapped (MACOHA) has emphasized the need for a shift in mindset regarding how individuals perceive those with various disabilities within their respective communities.

Govt Yet to Rehabilitate 3 Gravity-Fed Systems in Thyolo

Scores of people in rural areas of Thyolo are drinking water from unprotected sources due to government's delays in rehabilitating three gravity-fed water systems and boreholes damaged by cyclone Freddy eight months ago.

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