A senior agronomist at Tea Research Foundation for Central Africa (TRFCA) says the prolonged dry spell experienced in December last year has potential of contributing to reduction of tea yields during the 2021/2022 cropping season.
An expert in Village Savings and Loans (VSLs) says if poorly managed, VSLs have potential of fueling poverty among their members especially those in credit base.
At least 500 households in Mulanje have received maize rations of 20 kilograms each courtesy of a charitable organization, Bermuda Oversees Mission.
Access to better markets remains a challenge to pineapple growers in Mulanje, a development that is forcing them to sell their fruits to unscrupulous vendors.
A female evangelist says Early Childhood Development (ECD) is a fundamental strategy which prepares the future of children.
A child rights expert has tipped civil society organizations to localize United Nations’ child rights recommendations which Malawi accepted for the benefit of children.
The Malawi Police Service says it is within its mandate to enforce all set public laws including the re-introduced COVID-19 preventive rules and regulations.
The Female Sex Workers Association (FSWA) has bemoaned continued discrimination and exclusion of sex workers at all levels despite fighting for their participation in the formulation and implementation of HIV/AIDS interventions.
Sheriffs on Wednesday swept all computers and other gadgets at Mulanje District Council’s accounts department over government’s delay to pay a contractor, Payamaya building contractor who rehabilitated a house and office of Senior Chief Chikumbu.
Councilors in Mulanje have now buried the differences they had with their District Commissioner and his two directors and ordered the three to resume work.