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Chibuku Products Limited says its business grew by 40 percent in 2022 despite the fact many companies had a bad year business wise.

Former Secretary General for the United Democratic Front (UDF) Kennedy Makwangwala has died.

The Lilongwe City Council led by the city's mayor Richard Banda has moved in to force temporary closure of some facilities due to poor sanitation.

A hand that giveth, is more blessed,than that who receives says the scriptures. Airtel Malawi Company on Friday December 23, 2022 donated various items to ZOE foundation owned by a 26 year old girl Temwani Chilenga.

The donation ceremony took place at the organization's premises in Ndodani Village in the area of Traditional Authority (T.A) Kabudula, Lilongwe.

The items which Airtel Malawi company have donated to the Organization are:bags of maize,groceries, School bags and stationeries among others worthy MK9 million.

According to the founder and owner of the foundation, a 26 yeard girl Temwani Chilenga the donation will play a great role in the children’s education and celebration in as far as festival season is concerned.

“I am so excited for the donation, after giving me the money for the initiative I didn’t personally expect that Airtel will come again with this great gesture. The food stuff will be used to feed the children while the stationery will be used for their Education”, Chilenga Joyfully said.

Charles Kamoto Managing Director for Airtel Malawi Company said they thought it wise to visit the Foundation as they are approaching to the end of the year and share little more they had.

“ZOE Foundation is being run by Temwani Chilenga one of the inspiring souls that we have for Zilimwaife campaign which is encouraging Malawians to do good for fellow Malawians.

“She came out tops during our assessment and from that time, we understood what she is doing and we felt good that she is helping orphans, cultivating, sending them to School and taking care of them,” said Kamoto.

He added, “We had lunch with the children, share gifts just to make them smile in this festival season.

“As Airtel Malawi we anticipate the forthcoming year to be a much much better than 2022 which was affected by Weather issues, economic crisis”.

This is not the first time for Airtel Malawi Company to reach out to the Foundation as they also donated MK13 million.

ZOE Foundation which opened its doors in 2018, is non profit making NGO is currently taking care of 95 orphans of which 55 are girls and 40 are boys.

France players Kingsley Coman and Aurelien Tchouameni have been subjected to online racist abuse after missing their penalties in the World Cup final.

The Ministry of Agriculture has lifted restrictions imposed on movement of livestock and livestock products in some districts following a decline of new cases of Foot and Mouth Disease in the country.

Zodiak has established that Members of Parliament have had their accommodation allowances increased from the initial 80 to 100 thousand kwacha per day following an uproar by some lawmakers that the current amount does not correspondent with the high cost of living.

Ministry of Civic Education and National Unity says it will commence curriculum audit next month January as it pushes for re-introduction of civics as a subject in the country’s education syllabus.

Increased cases of malnutrition in the country are being attributed to inadequate dieticians in Malawi’s health facilities.

The number of People killed by natural disasters since the onset of the rainy season has risen to 21 from 19 and those injured are now at 59 from 55.

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