Vanani Nyirenda

Vanani Nyirenda

The Malawi Defense Force has expressed concern with rampant cutting down trees in Perekezi Forest Reserve saying this may lead to water problems in the future as the forest is a source of two major rivers in the district - Mzimba and South Rukuru rivers.

Three children from the same family have died after a heap of sand allegedly collapsed on them near Kaviyewo Primary School in the area of inkosi Mzukuzuku at a place where people mine sandy soils for construction purposes.

Vocal Democratic Progressive Party Regional Governor for the North Christopher Mzomera Ngwira was on October 16 slapped with a four-year jail term for abuse of office in the use of Local Development Fund LDF meant for construction of a teacher’s house at Lukwelukwe primary school when he was Member of Parliament for Mzimba Hora. 

A Zodiak Broadcasting Station Journalist Aunyango Nkhoma has emerged second in the Stay at Home Media Recognition Awards for African Countries in the Radio Category.

A woman has died and 7 others have sustained various degrees of injuries after being attacked by a marauding hyena at Kamangadazi Makamo village in the area of Inkosi Mmbelwa in Mzimba district. 

Heavy rains with strong winds have blown off roofs of Edingeni Community Day Secondary School structures and an unspecified number of houses around Edingeni in the area of Inkosi ya Makosi Mmbelwa in Mzimba district on Saturday evening destroying a lot of property in the process.

The Malaŵi Red Cross Society has pumped in 60 million kwacha towards the renovation of a treatment center for critically ill Covid-19 patients to the M'mbelwa District Council.

14-year-old Joyce Ngoma dreams of becoming a medical doctor when she grows up.

Joyce a standard 6 learner at Lwanjazi primary school felt her dreams had been shattered when government announced the closure of schools to curb the spread of the novel Corona virus.

A consortium of three organizations - Gender Justice Unit - GJU , Women Lawyers Association and Women Judges Association of Malawi - WOJAM has rolled out mobile legal clinics aimed at sensitizing victims of gender based violence on how they can seek justice using available statutes.

Statistics from World Vision Malawi indicates that over 300 million learners in most underdeveloped countries like Malawi find challenges to attain proficiency in reading and solving simple mathematics.

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