Steve Zimba

Steve Zimba

Hospital In-charge for Mphompha Health Center in Rumphi, Kumbukani Kasiyamaliro has confirmed to us that they female patients suffering from other diseases are being accommodated in a maternity ward due to lack of space at the facility.

Governments of Malawi and Mozambique are expected to invest one hundred and ten billion kwacha to rehabilitate a rail link between the two countries that was interrupted during the civil war in Mozambique.

A network of more than 80 civil society organizations implementing Water, Sanitation and Hygiene activities in Malawi say the country can only meet Sustainable Development Goal 6 if it can increase its national budget towards the sector from K70.2 to K76 billion per year.

Malawi’s former President Joyce Banda has asked African leaders to find means that would provide fertile ground for women empowerment in their countries.

Government says locals living in boarders areas with Mozambique are safe despite reports that Islamists in that neighboring country are beheading children in Cabo Delgado province that is located some 300 kilometers away from Malawi’s Mangochi district.

A 56-year-old widow based in Mtsiliza’s residential area in Lilongwe is amongst 199,640 households who are benefiting from K20.9 billion, the government of Malawi and its partners are implementing in the country's major cities.

Government says it will use more than Eight hundred and sixty sites to administer Covid-19 vaccine which Malawi is expected to receive this Friday through Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe.

Leadership of some Pentecostal Churches in Malawi have embarked on a fundraising campaign aimed at reducing problems hospitals accommodating covid-19 patients are facing.

As the Tonse administration ponders on the establishment of a Diplomatic Academy, governance expert Victor Chipofya has tipped capitol hill to just introduce a standalone diplomatic course at an already existing institution of higher learning than starting from scratch which he says is costly and time-consuming.

About seven hundred qualified but jobless Community Midwifery Assistants have requested President Lazarus Chakwera to hire them within five days or they will do unspecified action.

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