Chief Predicts Food Shortage

Traditional Authority (TA) Bwananyambi of Mangochi has expressed fears that her subjects may face another acute food shortage next year as they are not concentrating on their crop fields.

Fall Army Worms Attack 2,000 Hectares Mize Fields in Mzimba South

Over 2,000 hectares of maize fields have been attacked by fall army worms in two Extension Planning Areas South of Mzimba district.

Neno People Want Witchcraft Act Reviewed

People in Neno district, especially in the area of Traditional Authority (TA) Dambe, have asked parliament to review the Witchcraft Act in a bid to find lasting solutions on how to deal with witchcraft related issues.

Ntcheu Forest Office to Evict Dzonzi-Mvai Forest Encrochers

The Ntcheu District Forest Office has resorted to using external forces to evict encroachers in Dzonzi-Mvai Forest Reserve which is grappling with encroachment by surrounding communities.

Parliamentarian Spoils Constituents In Late New Year 'Generosity'

The new-year fever could fast be fading away, but parliamentarian for Kasungu West, Jailosi Bonongwe, still has surprises for his constituents, especially pregnant women.

Kasungu Health Officials Concerned With Increased Teen Pregnacies

In Kasungu district, health officials are also worried with increased cases of teenage pregnancies.

MET Warns of Harsh Weather

The Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services has warned that most of southern areas of the country are likely to experience heavy widespread rains associated with thunderstorms,   strong winds and fog.

15 Injured in Post Coach Accident

15 passengers have sustained minor injuries a Malawi Post coach they were traveling in over turned on Sunday night in Ntcheu.

FPAM UPs Contraceptive Use in Dowa As Abortion Sours Among Youths

Limited access to sexual and reproductive health services is being blamed for rising cases of unsafe abortions in Dowa district where girls as young as 13 are in danger.

Another Motocycle Taxi Operator Killed in Kasungu, Bike Stolen

Saturday night in Kasungu, another motorcycle taxi operator was stabbed to death by an assailant who hired to be dropped at some point.

Phalombe MP Sounds SOS over Hunger

Phalombe North-East Parliamentarian, Denis Namachekecha, says hunger situation in his area is getting worse due to scarcity of maize in Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation (ADMARC) depots, giving room to vendors to sell the staple grain at exorbitant prices.

Illegal logging, Fires, Encroachment Choke Progress in Chikangawa Forest

Chrishna Das Chief Executive Officer for Raiply, which has concession to manage part of the Chikangawa Forest in Mzimba district says illegal logging, encroachment upon the concession area and fires are some of the challenges faced managing the forest.

Investigations Into Allegations Mzimba Police Beat-up Girl Inducing Abortion

Malawi Police Professional Standards Unit has moved in to investigate allegations that some officers at Mzimba police station beat-up an under - aged girl inducing an abortion in the process.

TUM Insists; Sit-in Proceeding Despite Government Pleading for Rethink

Teachers Union of Malawi-TUM-insists it is proceeding with a country-wide teachers’ sit-in in all public primary, secondary school teachers and Teacher Training College lecturers to force government pay December salaries to 5,000 teachers.

Chilinde Community Descends on 'Rude" Mourner in Funeral Squabble

Hell broke loose in Lilongwe's Chilinde Township when members of the community stopped  a bereaved family from carrying a dead body using what they called an inappropriate vehicle.

Embangweni: Rising Congestion Overwhelms Facility

Embangweni Mission Hospital in Mzimba, will now wear a new face following renovations which are underway to reduce some of the challenges faced by the facility owned by the CCAP Synod of Livingstonia health department.

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