News In Southern Region (2028)
At least 8, 000 wall mounted electricity meters which government bought two years ago will be rendered useless if not put into use by November 24, 2023 as they will not be compatible to ESCOM’s split energy system or pole mounting metering system which the power utility body adopted two years ago.
For the past 24-years, life for a 65-year old widow Verister Helibati in Thyolo has been hard due to her ailing health.
In a bid to curb high dropout rate among primary school learners in the country, a grouping of graduates from some of the country's universities has embarked on a primary school learners motivation initiative.
K Motors and Kwik Fit have donated ten cell phones to Limbe Police Station and taken for repairs a stationery Land Cruiser in an effort to strengthen security within Limbe township in Blantyre and other areas under its jurisdiction.
The Council for Non-governmental organizations in Malawi (CONGOMA) has come under fire from Balaka Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) over its archaic use of communication channels following a meeting on NGO Act Amendment Bill.10 of 2022 of the New NGO Regulatory Authority (NGORA).
Traditional Authority Kaledzera of Phalombe has appealed to government to expedite processes for the resumption of public works programme popularly known as ‘Ntchito za mthandzi’ to avert people’s suffering owing to effects of natural disasters such as hunger.
Life Ministry Malawi, a Christian organization, has through its "Tingathe project love in action" trained 200 households in hygiene and sanitation in Balaka and Machinga districts.