Church Program Winds Cyclone Response Project
The Church and Society Program of the CCAP Blantyre Synod on Wednesday finished its Tropical Cyclone Response Project with the distribution of relief items to 50 households from Malunda village in Traditional Authority Njema at the foot of Mulanje Mountain.
Daza Bails Out Neno District Council
A renowned humanitarian and business woman Triephornia Bender Daza has bailed out the Neno district council office by paying a 5 million kwacha water bill.
Govt Sends MoU to Mutharika Family on Mausoleum Take-over
The Ministry of Tourism said it has sent a draft Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to the Mutharika family regarding the transfer of management of late Bingu wa Mutharika's Mpumulo wa Bata Mausoleum in Thyolo.
Former Thyolo DC Found With Case to Answer
Thyolo Senior Resident Magistrate Assunta Maxwell on Wednesday found former Thyolo District Commissioner (DC) Justine Kathumba with a case in a matter the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is prosecuting him for allegedly selling the council's land at Bvumbwe trading center without advertisement.
DCT Orients Journalists on Child Marriages Reporting
Development Communications Trust (DCT) has called on journalists in the country to report objectively on issues concerning children and the youth arguing their actions in such reports can perpetrate violence against minors.
57th APUA Annual Meetings Set for 3-9 June, 2023
The Association of Power Utilities of Africa (APUA) annual meetings have been set to take place from 3 to 9 June, 2023 at the Bingu Bingu International Conference Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe.
PLSCE Exams Progress Impresses Minister
Minister of Education Madalitso Kambauwa Wirima has said the ministry is impressed with the ongoing Primary School Leaving Certificate Examinations (PSLCE) taking place across the country from Wednesday to Friday this week.
Cyclone Freddy Response: Scottish Govt Donates £200,000 to STC
The Scottish Government has provided £200, 000 through Save the Children (STC) to support Cyclone Freddy survivors in Zomba in three areas of food security, water and sanitation and nutrition.
Over 400 People Benefits from the CDF Loans in Chiradzulu
About 450 people from the areas of Group Village, Headman Namulu, and Traditional Authority Kadewere in Chiradzulu are expected to venture into various small-scale businesses after being provided with the start-up capital.
17 People Killed in Thyolo in 5 Months
15 people have been killed in Thyolo from January this year representing 87.5 percent increase, police statistics show.
Court Reserves Bail Ruling for MUST Employee Over Suspected Theft
Thyolo Senior Resident Magistrate Assunta Maxwell on Tuesday reserved her bail ruling for Amos Mphande, 43, who is answering charges of theft of school property at the Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST).
Holy Nation Church Launched in SA
The Holy Nation Church has been launched in Kempton Park in South Africa with hope to fulfil the vision of preaching and teaching the Word of God.
PAC Squeezes Neno Council on Audit Report
The Neno district council authorities say lack of a tarmac road, permanent council offices and use of acting heads of departments are some of the issues choking development of the district.
Hippos Cause Havoc Along Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve & Nyika National Park
Communities living along Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve and Nyika National Park in Rumphi and Mzimba have bemoaned that Hippos and monkeys continues to destroy their crops.
CADECOM’s Unblocked Cash Project Phases Out
A six month unblocked cash (UBC) transfer project which the Catholic Development Commission in Malawi (CADECOM) in partnership with Oxfam implemented in Phalombe district has finally phased out.
Chikwawa South Traditional Leader Dares MP to replace Tropical Cyclone Freddy Damaged Infrastructure
A traditional leader in Chikwawa has made an emotional appeal to authorities including the Member of Parliament for Chikwawa South to replace tropical cyclone Freddy damaged infrastructure including bridges.