Farmers Challenged to Adopt CA

An agri-food expert says it is high time Malawi smallholder farmers moved away from old agricultural methods and fully adopt conservation agriculture (CA) which is proving effective amid effects of climate change.

People of Mtendachi Mountain Deserted for Years

An area of people forgotten to be served with developmental projects for the past 28 years of democratic rule, Mtendachi mountain Island boarders with Mozambique, in Machinga North east constituency.

Thyolo Increases Water Access to 79 Percent

The recent 2021/2022 Potable and Safe Water Accessibility Index by mWater database, a water, sanitation and health data management tool, shows that in two year, Thyolo district has increased accessibility to 79 percent for its 747,000 population.

Central High International School Joins Tree Planting Exercise

Central High International School has partnered Sustain Green to bring back the environment amid ongoing cases of massive deforestation in most parts of the country.

DoDMA to Complete Camp Decommissioning Next Month

The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) has indicated that all camps of flood survivors will be decommissioned by next month.

MHRC Report on Bvumbwe Police Incident out in May

Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) says report on what caused the death of two people at Bvumbwe in Thyolo district where irate communities also set alight the Police Unit will be out this month.

Hopes for Mwanza Stadium Project Thwarted

Mwanza residents have to wait until God knows for a stadium project, as ministry of local government has told the district council that it is not in the current plans and this financial year's budget.

Tea Growers Tipped on Gender Equality and Equity

An executive leadership expert Jimmy Lipunga has challenged managers of tea growing companies to advance gender equality and equity in their companies.

Nankhumwa Urges Chakwera to Respect Media Freedom

Leader of Opposition in Parliament Kondwani Nankhumwa has asked President Lazarus Chakwera and his government to resist the temptation of taking Malawi to one party totalitarian practices where journalists were arbitrarily arrested and detained for reporting the truth.

Teachers Hardship Allowance December 2022

Teachers in remote areas of the country should wait until at least December this year to start accessing increased school attached hardship allowance announced last year.

Police Arrest Two in Ndirande, Several Items Recovered

Police have arrested two people in Ndirande township in Blantyre where several pieces of property valued close to K5 million have been recovered.

Car Dealers, Banks Say Car Exhibition Vital

Vehicle dealers and money lending institutions have indicated that consistent holding of car exhibition events can assist to boost the motor industry in Malawi.

Awareness Crucial in Fighting GBV In Evacuation Camps

Mulanje District Gender Officer, Mafunga Jamu, says awareness meetings on gender and gender related laws have been crucial in curbing gender-based violence (GBV) in evacuation camps.

Cotton Farmers Says Study Groups Effective for Cotton Farming

Youths and women in Senior Chief Chanthunya in Balaka district have attributed their success in cotton farming to study circle approach that is addressing several issues in access to cotton seed and income through diversifying into goat production among others.

Witchdoctor Sentenced 10 Months for Indecent Assault in Thyolo

Thyolo Magistrate Court on Thursday sentenced a 38-year old witchdoctor Emmanuel Koloti to 10 months imprisonment for indecent assault.

PACHI Phases Out Malaria Project in Neno

The Parent and Child Health Initiative (PACHI) has concluded its one-and-a-half-year anti- Malaria prevention project in Neno district where it has imparted preventive knowledge to key stakeholders such as faith leaders, politicians, and learners among others.

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