Farmers in Phalombe whose crops got damaged by dry spell have requested government and players in the agriculture sector to assist them with farm inputs to venture into winter cropping.
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) regional governor for the south, Charles Mchacha, has urged people of Phalombe to vote President Peter Mutharika in the forthcoming fresh presidential poll for continuity of development initiatives.
A humanitarian organization, Habitat for Humanity Malawi, says it will construct 380 disaster resilient houses for people whose houses were affected by the Cyclone Idai in two districts.
Some irrigation farmers in the country say they are optimistic that refurbishment of irrigation schemes which were damaged by the March 2019 Cyclone Idai will boost their socio-economic status.
Ministry of Education, Science and Technology says it will soon start distribution of learning modules to secondary school students in rural areas to ensure that learning is not compromised in the wake of covid-19 pandemic.
MANET+ has challenged people living with HIV and Aids to ignore myths that those who are adhering to ARVs drugs are immune to Covid-19.
A mother in Phalombe is demanding the re-arrest and expedited prosecution of a man who is believed to have defiled and impregnated her 14-year-old daughter.
A 30- year- old primary school teacher has been arrested in Phalombe on suspicion that he defiled a 14 year old learner.
A Development arm of the Seventh day Adventist Church (SDA) has tipped beneficiaries of cash transfers to consider embarking on winter cropping to cushion hunger problems.
Authorities in Phalombe have faulted some non- state actors who are failing to align their interventions with the council’s development plans.