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Suwira Wanda

Suwira Wanda

In some parts of Malawi, apart from minibuses, small cars are used as commuter vehicles, but the problem is that the operators usually exceed the limit number for passengers and the cargo capacity in order to increase profits.

Our reporter, Suwira Wanda, finds that corruption between the police and the operators of these vehicles is rampant, leading the law enforcers to pay a blind eye to this dangerous tendency.

Suwira takes us to the lakeshore district of Salima which has a population of more than hundred thousand people where she discovers that people there seem to value the economic returns of using such vehicles over the safety of their lives.

Salima sugar company has disclosed that it plans to expand its factory and estate as part of its new established reforms.

The Malawi Local Government Association (MALGA) says there's a need for the Local Government Amendment Bill to be tabled in the national assembly as soon as possible.

The Malawi Red Cross has handed over a multi-purpose building to the people of Khotekhote village in the area of Senior Chief Khombedza in Salima.

As one way of addressing underemployment and unemployment among youth in the country, the International Labor Organization (ILO) has launched a Pro Agro Youth project to propel in job creation.

At least 7000 patients with cataract will get a second chance to have eyesight, thanks to the Malawi Network of Order Persons Organizations (MANEPO).

The National Council of Higher Education (NCHE) say the introduction of a public university selection computer-based application will ease the challenges that learners were facing with manual applications.

Polio Resurfaces

Five years after Africa was declared polio-free, a case has resurfaced in the country.

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