Hastings Jimani

Hastings Jimani

A month after Malawi Police Service opened the new police region “South Eastern region”, Commissioner responsible for the region Sekani Tembo on Wednesday tipped Senior Police Officers in the region to maintain their relationship with their counterparts in Mozambique and the general public both in Malawi and Mozambique side.

The Malawi Girl Guides Association (MAGGA) has disseminated findings of a survey conducted to establish number of girls that have been impregnated or got married in Mulanje during the COVID-19 school holiday to all Area Development Committees in the district.

An Islamic organization At-Tariquatal Quadriyyah Sunni Association (AQSA) says it will distribute 3, 600 sewing machines to women across the country this year as it strives to empower women economically.

Senior Chief Mthiramanja from the tea growing district of Mulanje said technology where children as young as ten years old are accessing unpalatable materials including pornography should be a contributing factor to a surge in early pregnancies and child marriages in the district.

A three day training for Community Victim Support Units (CVSUs) from Mulanje in supporting victims of any sort of violence has started at Luchenza with a call for community child protection structures to consider including protection of the elderly in their activities.

After failing to present their petition to the District Commissioner’s office on Monday, communities at Chitakale and surrounding villages in Mulanje on Thursday presented their petition to the DC’s office.

The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has started reviewing polling procedures, manual and forms.

A Mulanje based longest serving member of the Malawi Congress Party (MCP) Mary Chimenya has challenged the Tonse Alliance leaders to put aside their personal interests and work towards developing the country.

At least 11 people have been arrested in connection to violent demonstrations that happened on Monday at Chitakale Trading Centre in Mulanje district.

Authorities in Mulanje have secured a safe home for five children and three grannies that ran away from a mob two weeks ago that nearly took their lives on accusations that they were practicing witchcraft.

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