Mary Mpemba is a mother of six children. She hails from Chidothi village in the area of Traditional Authority Mulumbe in Zomba.
Bengol Net Managing Director, Mohammad Zafar Abdullah, says the work of connecting the internet in public facilities is progressing well in various districts and cities such as Blantyre and Mzuzu.
Officials from Blantyre Service Providers (BSP) Group say tremendous progress has been made in supporting both local and cross border traders to offer quality services to their clients.
Problems after problems. Winter cropping farmers are now enduring another pain. After being subjected to cyclone Freddy which swept away crops and livestock early this year, farmers are still struggling.
Thousands of people from different religious denominations have participated in demonstrations against any attempts to legalize same sex marriages in Malawi.
Government has been implored to expedite the review of the drug related laws and policies in an effort to incorporate health issues amid increasing alcohol and drug abuse cases in Malawi.
A health rights organisation, Health and Rights Education Program (HREP) has complained that teen pregnancies, teen school dropout, increased dependents and orphans continue to plague Malawi.
The Malawi Council for the Handicapped, (MACOHA) has indicated that out of over 47, 000 persons with disabilities that were affected by cyclone Freddy, more than 4, 000 of them lost their assistive devices.
As this year’s Malawi International Trade Fair has ended, one farmer says scaling up of maggot farming can assist the country to create more job opportunities and get adequate cheap feed for poultry and livestock.
There is time for consequences. Malawi is currently in pain, suffering and anger following the devastating tropical cyclone Freddy that hit the southern region mid March this year.