Blessings Kang'ombe

Blessings Kang'ombe

The Roads Fund Administration (RFA) is optimistic the country will start road tolling system in July 2021 as construction of a 2 billion Kwacha Chingeni Toll Plaza in Ntcheu nears completion.

A Ward Councilor for Dzunje Ward in Ntcheu, Stella Mpaso says unless duty bearers are in the forefront raising awareness on effects of gender-based violence (GBV), eliminating the vice will remain a challenge.

The country's graft-busting body, the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) says unless issues of moral decay among the society are addressed, the fight against corruption in the country will remain a problem.

The farmers Union of Malawi FUM and an economic expert have implored government to swiftly release farm gate prices for the 2020/21 season to protect farmers from exploitation in the hands of vendors who have already flocked the communities.

Government has conceded to taking longer to establish the board of trustees to oversee disability funds as provided for in the 2012 Disability Act owing to the review of the Act currently in progress.

In Ntcheu, a 27-year-old man, Chifuniro Bulawo is battling for his dear life at Ntcheu District Hospital after a mob torched him with petrol for allegedly being found stealing fresh maize.

Almost two years the last session of Youth Parliament was held in the country, Parliament says will next month April start preparations to convene the same this year.

Paramount Chief Kawinga has pleaded with government to act swiftly on a standoff over dress code between Christian and Muslim-run schools in Machinga.

Judiciary says late Buleya Lule's compensations matter has been transferred to Justice William Msiska of Lilongwe High Court for mediation.

The country's tax collecting body, Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) has challenged communities living around border posts to report any suspicious activity of smuggling as the vice threatens tax collection in the country.

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