Alinafe Mlamba

Alinafe Mlamba

The five day Chiperoni and strong Mwera winds which hit Malawi on Monday had a bearing on health service delivery in some parts of the southern region as drone operators were reluctant to timely release their birds due to harsh weather conditions.

As one way of bailing out survivors of Cyclone Freddy in Chikwawa, Nsanje and Zomba districts, the Catholic Relief Services (CRS) has allocated 450 temporary shelters to 450 households who were displaced due to the natural disaster which claimed lives and destroyed property in the southern region.

Three months have elapsed since tropical cyclone freddy wreaked havoc in the southern region, a development which rendered thousands destitute as homes were destroyed, forcing them to live in makeshift relief camps. But what they do not know is that this is a risky pose to health.

Government is contemplating on terminating a contract with Twenty Third Century Systems, a company which has been implementing the new Integrated Financial Management Information System, Ifmis, on grounds of poor performance.

Chilima's Duties Returned?

Government is not coming out clear on whether president Lazarus Chakwera has rescinded his decision to withdraw delegated duties to his vice president Saulos Chilima.

Imagine you are at the comfort of your home on what you anticipated to be a peaceful night, and you receive a phone call only to be informed that your loved one has fainted.

Following the aftermath of cyclone Freddy which made landfall on March 13, affecting 15 districts in the southern region, 23-year-old Caroline Chikho from Blantyre's Ndirande township was not spared, adding her to the list of thousands of people, whose sexual reproductive rights were infringed due to the natural disaster.

Government is yet to map the way forward on repatriating Malawians living in Sudan amid an infighting which has rocked the country for the past six days following a crash between the Sudanese army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces.

Zodiak has it on authority that TechnoBrain is scheduled to supply 240,000 passport booklets to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services this Friday.

Ecobank has pumped in K30 million, towards this year’s Malawi Exporters Awards scheduled for April 5-6 in Lilongwe.

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