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Two Men Kill Each Other Over Woman

Two men in Chintheche, Nkhata Bay District, in the northern part of Malawi, have killed each other in a fight for a woman.

Govt Gives Chinese Contractor 14-day Ultimatum

The Minister of Transport and Public Works Jacob Hara has given China Henan International Corporation Group Co (CHICO) two weeks to demonstrate if it has the capacity to rehabilitate the M1 Road from Kacheche to Chiweta in Rumphi District.

Girls Get Equal Project Empowers Girls Education

In a bid to promote girls education, a local organization Point of Progress is implementing a five year project called " Girls Get Equal" with an aim of reducing early forced marriages.

Community Dialogues Key to Ending Child Marriages

A local organization, Ufulu Wathu, has singled out community dialogue as a magic bullet in curbing child marriages.

Gonapamuhanya Cultural Festival Cancelled Again

Chairperson for the organising committee of the Tumbuka cultural annual festival Gonapamuhanya in Rumphi, Group village headman Mchinanguwo says the event which was expected to take place tomorrow has been shifted to 19 November.

Schools, Critical in Dissemination of Hygiene & Sanitation Info

It has transpired that information dissemination in the fight against communicable diseases can be achieved through promotion of sports activities which attract large gatherings.

GLOHOMO Calls For Unity in Human Trafficking Fight

An organization fighting against human trafficking in the country, Global Hope Mobilization GLOHOMO has challenged law enforcement institutions to show commitment by expediting prosecution of cases.

MK61 Million Mjuma Health Center Opens in Rumphi

Over five thousand people are expected to benefit from a 61 million Kwacha newly constructed health post at Mjuma Village, Traditional Authority Chikulamayembe in Rumphi.

Police Blamed for Hindering Access to Justice

Some Traditional Leaders in Mzimba have blamed police officers for what they term is blocking access to justice by demanding bribes from suspects to be granted bail.

WESNET Asks for Speed in Stopping Cholera

Water and Environmental Sanitation Network (WESNET) says if cholera outbreak is not contained during this dry season, it might be almost impossible to stop it come the rainy season.

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