ZBS Journalist Scoops MERCK Foundation Award

A Zodiak Broadcasting Station Journalist Aunyango Nkhoma has emerged second in the Stay at Home Media Recognition Awards for African Countries in the Radio Category.

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.

Nation- wide Teachers' Sit-in Turns Nasty As Angry Learners Take to The Streets

The nation-wide sit-in by teachers has entered day three with now reported cases of leaners’ public protests and riots in reaction to the fact that they are missing classes.

Kanyenda Chieftaincy Wrangle Rages in Nkhotakota

Since 2016, there has been a chieftaincy wrangle between Joseph Issac Chirwa representing the Kanyenda Mkokowogona Wambura Mphaka family and the acting T/, A Edward Chirwa on the rightful heir to the Kanyenda throne.

FPAM UPs Contraceptive Use in Dowa As Abortion Sours Among Youths

Limited access to sexual and reproductive health services is being blamed for rising cases of unsafe abortions in Dowa district where girls as young as 13 are in danger.

TUM Insists; Sit-in Proceeding Despite Government Pleading for Rethink

Teachers Union of Malawi-TUM-insists it is proceeding with a country-wide teachers’ sit-in in all public primary, secondary school teachers and Teacher Training College lecturers to force government pay December salaries to 5,000 teachers.

Country-wide Teachers' Strike Over December Salaries Beginning Monday

The Teachers Union of Malawi-TUM- has called on all teachers in public primary and secondary schools, including teacher training college lecturers to start abandoning work beginning Monday coming.

Police Arrest Four Suspected Cattle Rustlers in Dowa District

Four people have been arrested in Dowa for allegedly attempting to steal cattle in the district.

Chefo Aides Dowa Hunger-Stricken Families

On Sunday, Members of Chewa Heritage Foundation-CHEFO-led by chairperson, Professor George Kanyama-Phiri, made available maize flour to hunger-stricken households in Traditional Authorities Kayembe and Dzoole in Dowa district.

Dowa Mob Kills Suspected Cattle Rustler

 
On Saturday in Dowa, an angry mob killed a suspected cattle rustler, a second such incident in two months in that district alone.
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