Nsanje-Marka Road Misses Revised Completion Deadline

The ministry of transport has disclosed that Nsanje- Marka road construction works will be completed by the end of next month.

South Africa Gas Tanker Malawian Casualties At 5

One more Malawian has died in South Africa after sustaining injuries from a Gas Tanker explosion that occurred on Christmas eve.

FPAM Exits N'zatonse Phase4 in Neno

Neno district commissioner Hudson Kuphanga has called on players in the family planning services delivery to intensify their services in hard to reach areas in a bid to promote sexual reproductive and health rights among the rural masses.

Cholera Kills Headteacher in Thyolo

A primary school headteacher at Mwitere in Thyolo has died of cholera, Wednesday, health authorities have confirmed.

Reaping the Gains of Stringent Efforts in Malawi’s MDR TB Fight

Twenty-five-year-old Blessings Crazer says 'never say never' when challenges strike.

Crime Rate Decreases in Mangochi

Mangochi Police Station has registered an overall 16 Percent crime decrease in the just ended year 2022.

Activist Dragged to Court over Alleged Fraud

The senior resident magistrate’s court in Blantyre has started hearing a case which an environmental activist, Godfrey Mfiti, is being accused of defrauding Jacqueline Makiyi.

Lack of Clean Water Worsens Cholera Situation in Makhetha

Malawi has a long way to go to contain the current cholera outbreak.

Govt Tipped on Disaster Survivors’ Relocation

Nsanje and Chikwawa Socio-Economic Development Trust has snubbed the government's move to stop helping victims of manmade disasters such as floods and mudslides before providing amenities in the upper areas.

DoDMA Responds to Hunger in Neno

The Department of Disaster and Management Affairs (DODMA) has over the weekend distributed 920 bags of maize to hunger stricken families in Neno district as they await cash transfer for the months of December last year to March 2023.

Road Users in Liwonde Worry with Congestion

Road users around Liwonde Township in Machinga on Monday asked the district’s council to identify a new parking space for trucks that are ferrying fertilizers from the township, noting that the trucks are causing panic along the Liwonde–Ntaja road commonly known as the Bakili Muluzi Highway due to congestion.

Police Hunting Chilima's 'Resignation' Letter Author

The Malawi Police Service (MPS) has launched an investigation to track the author of a 'fake letter' purporting the resignation of state vice president Saulos Chilima.

Councilors Push for Food Distribution to Cholera Patients

As the cholera outbreak continues to hit most parts of the country, three ward councilors of the most affected areas of Makhetha, Limbe and Bangwe in Blantyre say apart from providing treatment to patients, the government and development partners need to consider supplying food aid to those receiving treatment in cholera units.

ESCOM for Resilient Power Structures in the Shire Valley

The country’s power utility body says it will replace its current structures in Nsanje with more resilient ones as a long-term solution to frequent power outages which some parts of the district usually experience during the rainy season.

Over 100 MPs Respond to AIP Logistics

Minister of agriculture, Sam Kawale, says they are receiving overwhelming response from parliamentarians to help in dispatching Affordable Inputs Programme (AIP) fertiliser from the warehouses to the beneficiaries.

Fall Armyworms Attack 7950 Hectares in Thyolo

Agriculture authorities in Thyolo say the fall armyworms have attacked 7, 950 hectares of crops in the district.

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