Tension flared high during a mining meeting in Mulanje on Thursday when stakeholders questioned why Akatswiri Mineral Resources rushed to acquire an exploration license to explore rare earth elements at Chambe basin on Mulanje Mountain before consulting the mountain’s relevant stakeholders.
Some youths concerned with the negative impact of climate change in Balaka this Saturday evening bring shoulder to shoulder some veteran musicians to Maliachi lawns for a show aimed at raising funds for tree seedlings.
Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda is reminding Members of Parliament (MPs) to always represent the voices of the underprivileged that they represent at all times.
President Lazarus Chakwera’s push for urgent action on climate change challenges rose at one of the COP26 side meetings with a call to world leaders to adopt climate-smart interventions.
Senior group village head Kavulala of the area of traditional authority Chilooko in Ntchisi has come under fire as people in the area have removed him from the position on allegations of corruption.
UNFPA Deputy Representative Mr. Masaki Matabe and Koica Tanzania Country Director Mr. Kyucheol Eo were in Dedza on Wednesday to appreciate the progress of the Action for Teen Mother's and Adolescent girls program they are funding.
Minister of Gender, Social Welfare, and Community Development Patricia Kaliati has expressed concern over continued trends by some people especially women in shielding perpetrators of abuse such as rape and defilement, which she says is infringing efforts by Government and stakeholders in trying to end the vice.
The Malawi Against Physical Disabilities (MAP) has implored government to construct new medical rehabilitation facilities in central and northern regions to reduce the struggle that Malawians are facing in travelling long distances to access services at Kachere Rehabilitation Centre in Blantyre.
Same farmers who were crying foul over poor markets for different crops when they went solo, are today boasting of better markets for same crops after forming associations and cooperatives.
A non-profit organization, Little Dresses For Africa (LDFA), has been the first to bail out Lameck Tonga, a boy who lost his legs in Mchinji in 2016, in a train accident and had no wheelchair and other necessities since the incident.
President Chakwera had a meeting with Emirates Airlines Vice President responsible for Cargo Operations in Africa, Mr. Khalid Hinai, and Regional Finance and Administration Manager (Gulf, Middle East, and Iran). During the meeting, Mr. Hinai renewed their previous commitment of sponsoring air tickets for farmers who are in cooperatives to fly to Dubai from Lusaka to attend the Food Show in February 2022. This is an event where countries showcase their agricultural food products. This offer was previously made but nothing materialized.
The British government has donated a Land Rover vehicle to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services to ease its transportation woes.