News In Southern Region (2028)
The District Social Welfare Officer in Mulanje Martha Mkisi says the eleven-year-old girl whose father, Group Village Headman Makokola, married her off to a Mozambican has been withdrawn from the marriage.
River of Life (RL), a local organization which is championing the fight against trafficking in person (TIP) in Phalombe, has underscored the need to incorporate transporters for the district to achieve meaningful fight against perpetrators.
Agriculture authorities in Thyolo have challenged smallholder farmers to diversify crops and embrace the climate smart technologies to maximize the crop harvests amid surge in fertilizer prices in the country.
Government says establishing Paramount Chiefs Council will help to reduce backlog of chieftaincy wrangles that are derailing development in the country.
United Women has implored stakeholders in the country to commit more funding towards the fight against Gender Based Violence (GBV) saying there is a lot more work to be done if the country is to achieve desirable results.
A Humanitarian Staging Area (HSA) has been commissioned at Bangula in the flood prone Shire Valley, authorities say the facility is critical in saving lives and fast-tracking response during natural disasters.
The Mulanje Electricity Generation Agency (MEGA) says it has a capacity of connecting three thousand houses to its electricity grid but due to inadequate finances to procure electricity meters, it has only connected 1, 600 houses.