Climate Change Effects Hit Balaka

Trees have wantonly been cut down in most parts of Balaka north.

Millions not accounted for in Tractor-gate

The auditor general’s investigative report on farm machinery procurement under the India Line of Credit has revealed that about K143 million had been collected but there is no evidence indicating that the proceeds were banked.

Judge Seeks Clarification on Mpinganjira Release

Judge Dorothy Nyakaunda has called for an inter-parte hearing after reviewing the file from Zomba Magistrate’s Court where magistrate Benedicto Chitsakamire quashed a warrant of arrest of business mogul, Dr. Thomson Mpinganjira, in the alleged judge shopping case.

Ombudsman To Begin Probe Into Management Of Council Funds


Investigations into alleged abuse of public funds in local councils will begin in February now that the office has received submissions from all the districts.

APM Says “Dismayed” By Alleged Attempts To Bribe ConCourt Judges


President Peter Mutharika is, reportedly, ‘dismayed’ by allegations that some people were making attempts to bribe five constitutional court judges with intention to have them sway verdict in a particular direction in the presidential election case underway.

SeedCo Urges Adoption of New Agriculture Methods

An agriculture expert is demanding intensified awareness for farmers by government on the importance of adopting new farming methods using hybrid seed varieties.

Education Minister Blames School Protests on Civil Society Demos


Education minister Dr. Susuwele Banda says learners in schools in the country are taking after civil society organization approaches to getting authority attention.

Menstruation Stigma Fueling Girl School Drop Outs in Dowa


A local organization operating in Dowa has found that there is stigma inflicted on school-going adolescent girls, especially when they are in menstruation, and that this is another factor fueling a sharp rise in school dropouts in the district.

Department of Forestry Struggling To Improve Tree Survival Rate


The Forestry Department says it is struggling to ensure a higher survival rate of trees planted each year due to poor management as only 35 per cent are surviving.

Chikwawa Traditional Leader Sounds SoS on Food Situation


In Chikwawa district, where people have not been spared the whip of hunger this season, traditional leaders are reporting situations beckoning rapid response.

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