Chikondi Mphande

Chikondi Mphande

Some Malawians have expressed interest to develop a new low-cost passenger airline and make it affordable for Malawians and serving domestic flights within the country on routes that have not been served in recent times.

The spokesperson for the group Mr. John Mkumba has confirmed the development to Zodiak online.

"The company will create jobs in all airports in Malawi, we will look at bringing back Malawian pilots and we shall also make direct flights from places like Mzuzu to other neighboring countries in the future," said Mkumba.

Mkumba said the group will obtain a license by the fourth quarter of 2021 and commence flights between Lilongwe, Blantyre, and Mzuzu.

He added that the airline will be able to provide safe, reliable, and affordable air transport to travelers and also provide an important boost to the national economy.

Anna Simoleti , a woman from Dedza who gave birth to triplets was in all smiles when the Exclusive Bragging Rights golfers team housed at the Lilongwe Golf Club donated several items to her.

Mr. Fote Masawu a man from Kapanda village, Traditional Authority Tambala in Dedza has expressed worry over the delay by managers of Thuma forest reserve to compensate him after being shot by their forest guards.

Traditional Leaders in Dedza have asked government to invest more in social protection programs and to re-introduce public works programme that was suspended.

An Organization called Refresh has pleaded with fishermen in the country to avoid using illegal fishing gears and chemicals on lake Malawi.

Concerned with high unemployment rate among graduates, Malawi Girl Guides Association (MAGGA) in collaboration with Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) has embarked on training girls with technical skills in Dedza and Salima.

750 girls have graduated in Dedza after undergoing a 6 months safe space mentorship programme that Malawi Girl Guides Association is implementing with funding from UNFPA.

Communities in the area of Traditional Authority Tambala in Dedza have hailed World vision Malawi for implementing life-changing development initiatives.

Concerned with high unemployment rate among most young people in Dedza a development that is contributing to poverty, World Vision Malawi has opened a youth skills development centre at Tchesa in Dedza North.

The Commissioner of Police for Central Region Evelista Chisale who was arrested on Friday has been transferred to Dedza Prison on security grounds.

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