Steve Kalungwe

Steve Kalungwe

Police and MANEPO in Neno district have joined hands in fighting all forms of abuse towards the elderly in an effort to ensure the senior citizens enjoy their inalienable right to life to the fullest.

The ministry of health has intensified TB screening in all mines and factories that produce dust as a byproduct with the aim of getting rid of TB in the extractive industry in Neno district.

In a bid to curb Gender Based Violence in the country, Women's Legal Resource Centre (WOLREC) has launched an "Improved action in ending gender based violence against women and girls" project, that is seeking to unearth reasons perpetuating the vice and deal with them right in the villages before complaints are brought to other authorities.

A group calling itself concerned chiefs and people of Chikwawa have refuted allegations made by the deposed Traditional Authority Ngabu that removal from his throne was orchestrated by Paramount Chief Lundu.

Police in Neno have arrested a hospital attendant at Neno District Hospital for allegedly beating up an 80 year old patient admitted at the facility on Sunday for stepping on a wet floor.

People in Neno district, especially in the area of Traditional Authority (TA) Dambe, have asked parliament to review the Witchcraft Act in a bid to find lasting solutions on how to deal with witchcraft related issues.

A mental health expert, Dr. Precious Makiyi, has advised the youth in the country to have a mind-set change and embrace innovation if they are to depart from government dependency syndrome which has failed them.

The Malawi Interfaith and AIDS Association Neno chapter has impressed on Church leaders to encourage their faithful to take anti-retroviral drugs and not discourage them based on belief they can be cured through prayer.

Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation (ADMARC) says it is waiting for the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development to announce the date to start selling maize.

Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) has introduced a legal representation system where it is using paralegals to represent the marginalized population in rural areas in accessing Justice through a three year project called "paralegal".

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