Police in Mzimba have arrested one of their own, Sub Inspector Dumisani Mtenje, and some five other civilians for allegedly stealing a motorbike belonging to a businessman at the boma.
Ripple Africa says the use of fuel-efficient locally made cookstoves is key to reducing pressure being exerted on natural trees in the country where 98% of the population relies on charcoal or firewood for cooking.
Teachers Union of Malaŵi TUM has expressed concern with continued child labor in tea and coffee supply chains a development it has described as being retrogressive in the education and future of children.
The Department of Fisheries says the use of recycled fish fingerings by fish farmers and scarcity of fish feed are major setbacks rocking the sector which has the potential to provide for the country's nutritional security as fish forms 70% of dietary protein intake among Malawians.
Small Producers, Development and Transporters Association ( SPRODETA) has intensified mobile court sessions through its K113 million Empowering Vulnerable Populations through Climate Smart and Agro-Ecological practices project in the Mzimba and Rumphi districts.
Deputy Minister of Gender Community Development and Social Welfare, Agnes Mkusa Nkhoma says government is excited to note that many families under the Social Cash Transfer program are slowly moving out of poverty.
The Center For Social Concern says failure by citizens to demand transparency and accountability in the use of public finances is a major setback contributing to rising corruption in the country and a widening gap among the poor and the rich.