Vice President, Saulos Chilima has pleaded with Cyclone Freddy victims in Blantyre to stop living in hills, persuading them to cooperate with authorities to live in safer places.
Some communities in the areas of Traditional Authorities (TAs) Kadewere and Ntchema in Chiradzulu East Constituency have expressed fear of the looming hunger which has been exacerbated by the Tropical Cyclone Freddy.
Police at Bvumbwe in Thyolo district have arrested two people on suspicion that they have stolen 20 bags of maize and 100 packs of Likuni phala for Tropical Cyclone Freddy survivors.
Some 632 families whose houses were partially demolished by the Cyclone Freddy in the Area of Tradition Authority Kapeni in Blantyre rural have returned to their respective homes giving room to primary schools learners to concentrate in their classes in camps which were in schools.
A public and private partnership company, Malawi Cargo Centre Limited (MCCL) has expressed hope that urgent establishment of response and recovery plans will create more opportunities for partners to provide adequate support to Cyclone Freddy flood victims in the southern region.
A police officer for Masambanjati Police Unit, Superintendent Chimwemwe Billy in collaboration with his Canadian friends on Monday donated relief items to survivors of Tropical Cyclone Freddy in the district.
A clinician at St Martin-Molele hospital in Thyolo is reporting that about 85 percent of Cyclone Freddy survivors are suffering from pneumonia in the area's evacuation camps.
Friends of Mulanje (FOM) on Saturday joined a trail of individuals and organizations that are responding to Cyclone Freddy disaster in Mulanje district.
Students from Maranatha Girls have reached out to 40 households that were displaced by Cyclone Freddy at Nkolokoti camp in Blantyre with relief items worth K2 million.
Mount Meru has donated 1 ton of cooking oil worth K3.5 million to the Department of Disaster and Management Affairs.