The Thyolo District Council has encouraged Climate Smart Enhanced Public Works Programme beneficiaries to invest their wages as one way of improving their resilience to the effects of climate change.
Beneficiaries of the World Bank funded Climate Smart Enhanced Public Works Programme in Machinga have commended the programme for improving soil fertility in the district and promoting self-reliance among them.
The Association of Persons with Albinism in Malawi (APAM) has made fresh calls on the need to strengthen laws, policies, capacity-building for law enforcement agencies and funding for organizations working with persons with albinism as the country gears up for the 2025 polls.
Two months after securing a K48 million funding from Cultural Emergency Response (CER) of Netherlands, the lhomwe cultural grouping, Mulhako wa Alhomwe has started planting trees at Chonde, in Mulanje district.
Reverend Thokozani Kwalamasa of Zalewa C.C.A.P in Neno district has hailed the church's Men's Ministry for taking its time to plant trees around the church premises in an environment conservation drive.
Two men who were arrested for redeeming maize seeds from 100 beneficiaries of the Affordable Inputs Programme (AIP) have pleaded guilty at Thyolo First Grade Magistrate’s Court on Friday.
Beyond Our Hearts Foundation (BOHF) in conjunction with the Neno District Council through the Education and Disaster offices have supported primary schools in the district in disaster management.
Foundation for Active Civic Education (FACE) has tipped journalists in the Shire Valley to report more on HIV/AIDS issues.
Zalewa trade centre market chairperson Mike Zamadunga has emphasized the need for the Neno district council to provide the market with bins and pit latrines saying absence of the two is compromising hygiene around the busy trade centre.
Maranatha Academy has offered scholarship to a 15-year-old boy from Kasungu who faced economic difficulties to further his secondary school education.
Mangochi, January 11, Mana: Minister of Lands, Deus Gumba has commissioned a research vessel on Lake Malawi which will be used for scanning resources that are found below the surface of water including generating maps for navigation of ships that sail on the lake.
About two and a half decades ago, the graft busting body, Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) opened its doors in the country, marking a new chapter in the fight against corruption in Malawi.