Farmer Says Maggots Farming Can Create Jobs in Malawi
As this year’s Malawi International Trade Fair has ended, one farmer says scaling up of maggot farming can assist the country to create more job opportunities and get adequate cheap feed for poultry and livestock.
Degraded Hills and Mountains Fight Back
There is time for consequences. Malawi is currently in pain, suffering and anger following the devastating tropical cyclone Freddy that hit the southern region mid March this year.
Cotton Farmers Push for Local Production of Hybrid Seeds
The Cotton Farmers Association, (COFA) has asked hybrid seed suppliers to start producing the seeds locally amid complaints that the exorbitant prices of imported seeds are deterring farmers from growing the crop.
Holy Nation Church Launched in SA
The Holy Nation Church has been launched in Kempton Park in South Africa with hope to fulfil the vision of preaching and teaching the Word of God.
CDF Waters Blantyre North
Over 30,000 people will be accessing clean water from the newly commissioned piped water supply in Blantyre North thanks to a 21-million-kwacha funding from the Constituency Development Fund (CDF).
MLWP Launches Vaccines Comic Book
The Malawi Liverpool Wellcome Program (MLWP) has launched a comic book in an effort to increase vaccine uptake among citizens in the country.
Holy Nation Church Scheduled for Launch in RSA
The South Africa based Holy Nation Church is set to officially be launched on 5 to 7 May this year where Apostle Joseph Ziba from Malawi is expected to preside over the event in the rainbow country.
Communities Ask Authorities to Resolve School Ownership Dispute in Nkhata-Bay
Concerned citizens at Mdoola area in Nkhata-bay have asked authorities to amicably find solutions to resolve a school ownership dispute between Chimbota Community Development Organisation and Ministry of Education.
MoH Hopes Distributed Mosquito Nets to Reduce Malaria Cases
Health authorities have disclosed that about 20, 000 mosquito nets have been distributed to cyclone Freddy survivors in the southern region in an effort to prevent the spread of malaria.
Chilima Tells Flood Survivors to Stop Living in Hills
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.