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Tonse to Deliver Campaign Promises- Chakwera

President Chakwera expresses optimism his government will deliver all set promises; he said in parliament on Tuesday.

CAMA Raises Alarm on Looming Plastic Pollution Crisis

Consumers Association of Malawi-CAMA has warned that if changes to policies and behavior are not made to minimize the use of plastics and production, the country may face a serious plastic pollution crisis in the near future.

Taskforce Reviewing Civil Service Engages General Public

A special task-force tasked to review operations of the civil service on areas such as the system of allowances has taken a consultative approach by engaging the general public in the exercise.

IDH Donates Towards MJ Mountain Conservation

A Dutch trade company- IDH has pumped in 21 thousand euros equivalent to 19 million kwacha towards the conservation of Mulanje Mountain Forest Reserve.

Govt Collects K1.5 Billion From Carbon Tax

Government has raked in about 1.5 billion Kwacha in carbon tax from July last year to January this year.

3 Thousand Farmers Yet to Redeem AIP Fertilizer

With four days to go before the closure of this year's Affordable Input Program AIP - about 300,000 farmers across the country are yet to purchase the inputs.

MZUNI Graduands Demand Details of Graduation Ceremony

Mzuzu University 2019 graduands have given until 12 February the university management to release details of their graduation ceremony scheduled for February 26, saying they are forced to act because management is playing games.

Malawian Returnees From SA Delayed in Zim

The arrival of over one thousand Malawian returnees from South Africa has been delayed in Zimbabwe.

Bwaila Fistula Camp Reopens

After nine-month closure of the Bwaila Fistula Camp in Lilongwe, to pave way for COVID 19 operations, government has finally let the place back to Freedom From Fistula Foundation to resume repairing women who had the fistula condition.

MPS Effects Senior Ranks Promotion, Yolamu & Chigwenembe Now Deputy IGs

The Malawi police has effected promotions to senior ranks in the service that has seen Commissioners Marlyne Yolamu and Demister Chigwenembe moved to positions of deputy inspector general responsible for administration and operations respectively.

NEWS IN BRIEF

Tonse to Deliver Campaign Promises- Chakwera

President Chakwera expresses optimism his government will deliver all set…
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CAMA Raises Alarm on Looming Plastic Pollution Crisis

Consumers Association of Malawi-CAMA has warned that if changes to…
Read more...

Taskforce Reviewing Civil Service Engages General Public

A special task-force tasked to review operations of the civil…
Read more...

IDH Donates Towards MJ Mountain Conservation

A Dutch trade company- IDH has pumped in 21 thousand…
Read more...

Govt Collects K1.5 Billion From Carbon Tax

Government has raked in about 1.5 billion Kwacha in carbon…
Read more...
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