The Pacific Limited is this month celebrating eight years of a success implementation of its free borehole rehabilitation project launched in 2015 as part of its corporate social responsibility.
Chiradzulu Central Parliamentarian, McTimes Malowa has justified a K10 million zonal youth sports league initiative he has been implementing in his constituency amid concerns that such initiatives are misallocation of resources.
Experts in the Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector have proposed for stakeholders in the sector to find ways of ensuring multiple use of the borehole water.
Communities from Group Village Haedman Kwanjana Senior Chief Vumbwe in Thyolo North constituency have expressed optimism of improved development in the area following the decision by the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) to re-demarcate the area.
About thirty cyclone Freddy survivors who are still leaving at Chanza Primary School camp in Mtauchira Village in Chiradzulu on Tuesday were trained in soap as well as in some indigenous fertilizer making skills.
Some members of parliament have hailed a free borehole rehabilitation initiative being undertaken by the Pacific Limited across the country, saying it is helping in reducing a burden for the provision of access to clean and potable water in their areas.
A reproductive health specialist has warned that the country will continue to register increased cases of post abortion complications unless all females of the reproductive age group are encouraged to go for contraceptives.
The Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) on Friday had time at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Malawi (ICAM) annual conference held in Mangochi to brief the accountant professionals on the new Msonkho Online features.
An eight year old physically challenged girl, Catherine Geremu from Fikira Village, Traditional Authority Nkalo in Chiradzulu district is reportedly in dire need of basic necessities apart from other assistive devices.
Lack of electricity has been cited as one of the major challenges hindering growth of the Step Kids Awareness (STEKA) vocational centre, authorities have disclosed.