News In Southern Region

News In Southern Region (2028)

Nsanje Prison Rations Food

Nsanje prison Spokesperson, Sub Inspector, Chifuniro Mukhuna, says food shortage has forced them to adjust to 60 kilograms of maize flour rations per day instead of the usual 80 to 85 kilograms.

Foot and Mouth Disease Hits Nsanje

A suspected Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) has hit Nsanje’s Mpatsa Extension Planning area (EPA) forcing authorities to immediately ban the slaughtering, marketing and movement of livestock to and from the infected area.

Health Rights Activists Speak Out on Cholera

As the country continues registering cholera cases, health rights activists George Jobe and Maziko Matemba have observed that the fight against the disease needs multi-sectoral collaboration as it is unhygienic related disease.

Chiringa - Muloza Road Missing in Budget

Road users and communities along the Chiringa - Muloza road which connects Phalombe and Mulanje districts should wait a bit longer to have a tarmac road as there is no allocation for the road in the 2022/2023 national budget.

Adult Literacy Instructors Recruitment Halts

The Ministry of Gender says its initial plan to recruit extra two thousand adult literacy instructors has been halted in compliance with an order from the Department of Human Resources to let local authorities determine the number of instructors needed.

Mountain View School of the Deaf in Thyolo Needs Support

Inadequate resources and special needs teachers are said to be affecting education at Mountain View boarding primary school for the deaf in Thyolo.

Medical Help Costly for Chilengo People in Thyolo

At a time citizens are grappling with the current economic hardships in the country, a population of about 64, 000 locals in Traditional Authority Mphuka in Thyolo is spending over K10, 000 for transport to access medical help due to lack of a public health centre in the area.

Public Sector Reforms Continue in Absence of Chilima-PSRMD

The Public Sector Reforms Management Department (PSRMD) says it is continuing to carry out its mandate on reforms at a time President Lazarus Chakwera stopped delegating tasks to Vice President Dr. Saulos Chilima.

Nsanje Farmers’ Commit to Act on Education Related Challenges

A farmers organization in Traditional Authority Mbenje’s area in Nsanje district, has committed to utilizing part of their proceeds in addressing challenges haunting learners particularly the needy at Mlonda Primary School.

Private Schools Challenged on Registration

Private Schools Association of Malawi (PRISAM), an umbrella organization of private schools in the country has challenged the school owners to register with the Ministry of Education saying they stand to benefit a lot once they do that.

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