DODMA To Support Councils in Land Acquisition for Displaced Households
The Department of Disaster and Management Affairs (DoDMA) says it will support councils in acquisition of land for relocation of Cyclone Freddy displaced households whose native settlement land is now inhabitable.
Child Rights Activist Calls for Compliance on Adoption Laws
A child rights activist Amos Chibwana has tipped Government to ensure that adoption of Cyclone Freddy affected children is done in compliance with both local and international set guidelines.
Salima DHO Commends Save the Children for Contributing Towards Reduction of Malaria Cases
Health authorities in Salima say Breakthrough action, an anti-Malaria project that nongovernmental Organisation Save the Children has been implementing in the district has helped to achieve a drop of Malaria cases.
Nsanje District Council Launches WASH Tithetse Cholera Campaign
Nsanje district council on Wednesday launched a Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Tithetse cholera and clean-up campaign with a call to communities to embrace the initiatives.
Communities Ask Authorities to Resolve School Ownership Dispute in Nkhata-Bay
Concerned citizens at Mdoola area in Nkhata-bay have asked authorities to amicably find solutions to resolve a school ownership dispute between Chimbota Community Development Organisation and Ministry of Education.
Compost Manure Encouraged in Neno Amid High Fertilizer Prices
BERTHA Investments in Neno district has joined hands with the district council in garbage collection from all markets and turn them into compost manure as a way of combating cholera and malaria among other infections.
Salary Delays Anger Auxiliary Teachers
Auxiliary teachers in the country have expressed dismay over a communication that processing of their April dues will delay following some technical changes on payment mode.
CISONECC, EAM in Climate Change Adaptation in Neno
The Civil Society Network on Climate Change in Malawi (CISONECC) has challenged the people of Neno to adopt sustainable climate change adaptation methods that would reduce impact of disasters among the vulnerable groups of people.
MoH Hopes Distributed Mosquito Nets to Reduce Malaria Cases
Health authorities have disclosed that about 20, 000 mosquito nets have been distributed to cyclone Freddy survivors in the southern region in an effort to prevent the spread of malaria.
ECOSOC Youth Forum to Discuss COVID-19 and SDGs
Over 1,000 young leaders from around the world are meeting in New York for this year’s Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Youth Forum where they are expected to discuss COVID-19 recovery and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) implementation.
Forget About Adherence To Farmgate Prices Without ADMARC - MEJN
Malawi Economic Justice Network (MEJN) says people should forget about vendors adhering to government set minimum farm gate prices if ADMARC is not showing up on the market soon.
Woman Arrested for Impersonating Military Officer
Police in Mangochi district have arrested a 35-year-old woman on allegations that she was posing herself as a Malawi Defense Force soldier based at the Maritime base in Monkey-Bay.
Malawian Artist Levysai Kalepa to Launch Album in Manchester-UK
After impressing with her new music project, gospel hotshot Levysai Kalepa, is set launch her "Ndizayimba" album on Saturday April 29, 2023 at Sol House, right at the heart of the city of Manchester in the United Kingdom.
Athlete to Adopt Girl Whose Father Died During Cyclone Freddy
Athlete, Shantero Davie says he has plans to adopt a ten year old girl in Mulanje who lost her father during the Tropical Cyclone Freddy disaster.
Cyclone Freddy Affected Farmers Urged to Go Back to Field
Smallholder tea growers who lost their tea fields in Mulanje district during the Tropical Cyclone Freddy disaster have been challenged to get back on their feet and continue their tea production.
Germany to Construct K4.7Bn Nyika-Vwaza Water Scheme
Over 33 thousand households surrounding Nyika National Park and Vwaza Wildlife Game Reserve in Rumphi and Mzimba districts will soon start drinking portable water ending years of drinking unsafe water from sources which they have in some cases shared with wild animals.