News In Central Region (441)
It was all smiles in Kachigubu Village in TA Kalumo in Ntchisi on Friday when a blind woman, Christina Tchesa officially received a house from a well-wisher, Martha Mahewo, who plies her Victory Hardware business at Mponela in Dowa.
Media have been challenged to raise awareness to the public on the looming cyclone and what was expected of them to save lives and property.
Financial Intelligence Authority and Institute of Chartered Accountants in Malawi have signed a pact which is expected to facilitate easy flow of information when investigating financial crime cases.
750 girls have graduated in Dedza after undergoing a 6 months safe space mentorship programme that Malawi Girl Guides Association is implementing with funding from UNFPA.
Realizing the demand and need to maintain standards for honey processing, National Association of Small and Medium Enterprise NASME has offered the first motivational award to a Lilongwe-based lady processor Anne-Marie Chiphwanya.
Almost a month after stormy rains hit Ntcheu district rendering thousand of households homeless, a locally-based organization, Future for All (Future4All) has made available food items to 30 households of Dzoole village, Traditional Authority Kwataine (T/A) in the district.
The Epilepsy Warriors Foundation an organization advocating for the rights of people with epilepsy has called on government and non-state actors to popularise all forms of disabilities aimed at promoting the rights of people with disabilities in the country.
The High Court in Lilongwe yesterday discontinued the criminal review proceedings against Prophet Shepard Bushiri and his wife Mary, following the state request to have the matter withdrawn to allow them concentrate on the extradition procedure.