Vendors selling wares in shops and benches located outside the Mzuzu main market have abandoned their spots and are accusing the city council’s failure to manage garbage as it continues to pile up in public posing a health threat.
Mzuzu Senior Resident Magistrate, Patrick Kamisa, has granted bail to eight people accused of beating and undressing a woman in that city during the weekend.
An agriculture expert is demanding intensified awareness for farmers by government on the importance of adopting new farming methods using hybrid seed varieties.
Commander of the Malawi Defense Force, General Vincent Nundwe, says the force is soon introducing quarterly inter-unit cross-country competitions in a bid to prepare military athletes for bigger competitions.
The Youth and Society-YAS-says recent events in Malawi are a critical pointer to evidence of state capture and call for speedy action to save the country.
In Rumphi district, the bridge connecting Bolero and Kamphenda collapsed a week ago in the middle of a heavy downpour and access to either side of the river is now near-impossible.
Some vendors in Mzuzu continue to raise concerns on their health safety following the continued piling up of garbage outside the Mzuzu city main market where some vendors do set up their businesses and some streets within town.
A mountain of garbage growing just outside Mzuzu city main market has become a source of discomfort. Market vendors and shop owners close to the heap are now raising concern on health safety implications of operating in such an environment. The problem is also visible in some city streets where waste lays unattended for months on end.