Some Banana farmers in Phalombe and Mulanje are yet to uproot old suckers for the crop six years after the government introduced production of clean banana suckers in the wake of Banana Bunch Top Virus (BBTV).
Beneficiaries of the Enhanced Public Works Program (EPWP) in Phalombe say the initiative is yielding significant benefits for the people in the district.
A 14-year-old girl, Justina Green, a form two student at Chiringa Community Day Secondary School in Phalombe district, faced challenges in improving her academic performance.
The Phalombe First Grade Magistrate’s court has sentenced, Chikapa Singano, 26, to nine years imprisonment with hard labour for defiling a minor.
The Empowerment Initiatives for the Elderly and Children (EIEC) has implored both corporate and public sectors to assist elderly individuals receiving treatment in various hospitals.
A local organization that advocates for the welfare of the elderly, Care and Share, has hinted on the need for the elderly to ensure that they are safe in the on -going rainy season.
Agnes Binali, 37, from Chiopsa village under Traditional Authority (TA) Mkhumba in Phalombe, wore a joyful smile on Monday as she received K150,000.00 through the Enhanced Public Works Program, commonly known as M’bwezera Chilengedwe.
There are high prospects for speedy trial on gender based violence related cases among women and children in Phalombe district, owing to the launch of mobile court sessions in the district.
The Malawi Council for the Handicapped (MACOHA) has emphasized the need for a shift in mindset regarding how individuals perceive those with various disabilities within their respective communities.
The Opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has emphasized the importance of party members working together and resolving their differences in order to secure victory in the upcoming 2025 elections.