News In Southern Region (2028)
Center for Social Accountability and Transparency (CSAT) has underscored the need to empower local area development committees in the country's districts to deal with theft of public funds and corruption in local councils.
The Malawi Council of Churches (MCC) has challenged religious groupings in the country to establish counseling centers within their churches to deal with rising cases of suicides owing to mental health related problems.
Nsanje Butchers on Friday stormed the district commissioner’s office to deliver a petition against a ban on slaughtering, marketing and movement of livestock to and from Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) infected area.
The Mulanje District Health Office says it has set polio vaccination sites in all unchartered routes along the Malawi - Mozambique border during this third round of polio vaccination campaign.
Save the Children (STC) has decried a surge in the number of children affected by a cholera outbreak in Nsanje.
Authorities in Thyolo say National Clean-up Initiative can only be sustained if taken to the grassroot structures.
Five men are in police custody in Mangochi for allegedly being found in possession of two live pangolins.
A local non-governmental Organization, Joy Abilities Empowerment (JAE) has called on health workers in the country to provide necessary treatment to people with disabilities who are seeking HIV services in their facilities, saying cases of discrimination are being reported.
Director of Health and Social Services in Balaka district, Dr. Eugene Katenga Kaunda, has appealed to people in the district to go in large numbers to vaccinate their under five children, who are often prone to the Polio disease.