Development partners in the water and sanitation sector in Malawi have bemoaned the financial gap that is hampering the access to clean water. Data by Malawi’s National Statistics Office shows that 14 percent of Malawians, about 2.6 million people, do not have access to safe water and about 27% of the population walk for over an hour to access safe water.
The Malankie Music.Com and Musicians Union of Malawi (MUM) have unveiled plans to allow musicians to get 60 percent shares from monthly revenue.
The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) says it is planning to implement a grassroot football program (M'mera Mpoyamba) aimed at unearthing young talent in the country.
DMI St Johns the Baptist University and TICIA Counselling Centre have unveiled plans to construct a counselling centre in Lilongwe amid increasing reports of mental health cases in the country.
The National Oil Company of Malawi (NOCMA) has attributed the scarcity of fuel in some pump stations in Lilongwe to logistical challenges.
Rehabilitation works to restore some 130 megawatts that was lost at Kapichira Power Station will be conducted from September through December, the Electricity Generation Company (EGENCO) has disclosed.
Blantyre: President Lazarus Chakwera has reaffirmed his administration's commitment to creating an enabling environment for business and trade through various investments in the energy and transportation sectors.
K Motors and Kwik Fit have donated ten cell phones to Limbe Police Station and taken for repairs a stationery Land Cruiser in an effort to strengthen security within Limbe township in Blantyre and other areas under its jurisdiction.
Gospel artist, Mike Titus Mhango, has released a new gospel track titled “Zgolo” which is trending on several media platforms across the country.