News In Southern Region

News In Southern Region (2028)

Nsanje Flood Survivors Sound SOS

Some flood survivors in Nsanje have dared authorities to swiftly come to their rescue by providing them food stuffs and inputs for winter cropping, saying they are facing acute food shortages.

Promotion of Hygiene In schools Vital- WVM

A child focused organization, World Vision Malawi (WVM) has underscored the need to promote hygiene in schools to spur provision of quality education in the country.

VillageReach to Extend Its Operations in Southern Region

A global health innovator, VillageReach which aims at a strengthening medical supply chain seeks to scale up its operations in other three districts of the southern region namely Chiradzulu, Mwanza and Neno.

Kambenje Seed Multiplication Group to Double Its Scheme by 2023

Farmers under Kambenje seed multiplication group have disclosed their plan to increase their beans and garlic hectares by 2023.

Govt Warns Sectors Against Child Labour

Government has warned that it will not tolerate any forms of child labour in all sectors that contribute to the country’s economy.

DMI, Ticia Eye Counseling Center in Lilongwe

DMI St Johns the Baptist University and TICIA Counselling Centre have unveiled plans to construct a counselling centre in Lilongwe amid increasing reports of mental health cases in the country.

CWGE Touts Cervical Cancer Screening

Center for Women and Girls Empowerment (CWGE) has intensified awareness on cervical cancer screening among girls and young women amid concerns that the disease is approximately claiming 4, 000 lives in the country every year.

AG Pens CGH for Unpaid Taxes of Mineral Resources

Attorney General Thabo Chakaka Nyirenda has written a United States of America-based company, Columbia Gem House (CGH) demanding 309.6 billion United States dollars of unpaid taxes of mineral resources that were extracted from Chimwadzulu mine in Ntcheu district in Malawi.

Over 200 Children Withdrawn from Marriages in Phalombe

Authorities in Phalombe say over 200 children have been withdrawn from early marriages from April 2021.

Heifer Asked to Fulfil Pledge in Thyolo

Traditional Authority Nanseta and Sub-Traditional Authority Mangazi of Thyolo have urged the humanitarian organisations to desist from making pledges to vulnerable communities they cannot fulfil, saying this undermines chiefs’ integrity.

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