OXFAM and the Centre for Environmental Policy and Advocacy (CEPA) have encouraged people in the country to adopt sustainable cooking technologies as a way of conserving the environment.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved the $174 million Extended Credit Facility (ECF) to run for the next four years, president Lazarus Chakwera has announced.
The Independent Schools Association of Malawi (ISAMA) has asked private owned schools not to compromise the recommended school calendar because of the devaluation of the local currency.
The Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA) has announced an increase in fuel prices from K1, 746 to K2530 petrol and from K1, 920 to K2, 734 diesel.
The Blantyre City Council (BCC) has pleaded with well-wishers to support the relocation exercise of Cyclone Freddy survivors from Soche to Mapanga area.
The Civil Society Agriculture Network (CISANET) has thrown its weight behind the megafarms initiative by government.
Umunthu Foundation says young people in Mulanje are now becoming aware of their sexual and reproductive health rights courtesy of Tisewere for Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights project being piloted in the district.
The Electricity Generation Company (EGENCO) has trained its club and shop attendants in basic accounting principles to make sure that their budgeting aligns with the necessary items.
“We Give Plots to Athletes to help them when they are not at their Peak”; Innobuild’s Billy Jonathan Chiwotha
Billy Jonathan Chiwotha is the man behind Innobuild Private Ltd, a company that became in the spotlight recently for offering free land to outstanding athletes in the country.
Managing director of the Maranatha Academy, Ernest Kaonga, has challenged final year students from the Malawi University of Business and Applied Sciences (MUBAS) to play their part in putting into practice the knowledge they have gained during their stay at the University.