Bvumbwe Guardian Shelter Remains Closed for 13 Years
ACB Records 43 AIP Fraud Cases in 2023/24 Farming Season
Malawi Takes the World by Storm: Scorcher's Cosafa Victory - A Tale for Women Pursuing Their Dreams
Public Funds Wasted As Cooperative Factory Shell Stays Idle for 13 Years
Over a decade ago, Aubrey Mwale, a small holder farmer from the area of Traditional Authority Mlumbe in Zomba had high hopes that the construction of a meat processing factory building for his Bwaila Meat Cooperative by the government would transform his community’s economic status.
DPP Troubles: Nankhumwa Declares Presidential Candidacy
Kondwani Nankhumwa, who insists he remains the vice president of the opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in the South, has declared his interest to contest for the presidency of the party.
Michiru Hill: Battle Ground for Conservation and Economic Survival
Nestled in the heart of Blantyre, Michiru hill, once a pristine sanctuary, now stands as a testament to the escalating tensions between community members and law enforcement agencies. What was once a haven for biodiversity and a retreat for nature enthusiasts has become a battleground marred by conflict, illegal activities, and a struggle for survival.
It is all about hard work. As hundreds of Cyclone Freddy survivors are facing hunger, others at Makhuwira and Chiputula in Chikwawa are food secure after utilizing the post Cyclone Freddy moisture along the shire river to grow various crops.
The limited regulatory response to financial technology in Malawi is impeding the diversification of the fintech sector, a crucial industry with the potential to enhance financial accessibility in rural areas and during natural disasters.
The Blantyre City Council (BCC) has pleaded with well-wishers to support the relocation exercise of Cyclone Freddy survivors from Soche to Mapanga area.
Thyolo district commissioner Hudson Kuphanga says they are looking for resources to relocate Cyclone Freddy survivors in Sambambidzi area, Traditional Authority Changata that are returning to the disaster-prone site.
About thirty cyclone Freddy survivors who are still leaving at Chanza Primary School camp in Mtauchira Village in Chiradzulu on Tuesday were trained in soap as well as in some indigenous fertilizer making skills.
The Ministry of Homeland Security says provision of search and rescue skills to rural communities can assist the country to save lives and property during disasters.
A senior education official in Mulanje has challenged children that were affected by the Tropical Cyclone Freddy and dropped out of school to go back to school as life has to go back to normal after the disaster.
The Churches Action in Relief and Development (CARD) on Wednesday launched a K253.5 million cash transfer exercise under the Cyclone Freddy Response and Recovery Project in Traditional Authority Juma in Mulanje district.
The Malawi Washington Foundation (MWF), a Non-Profit Organisation founded by Malawians living in Washington DC, United States of America has donated dignity kits worth K1 Million to 100 young girls in Blantyre as one way of empowering them as they return to school.
The Maseko Ngoni Mulanje Chapter on Thursday cheered survivors of the Tropical Cyclone Freddy that are seeking shelter at Nanchidwa camp in Mulanje district.
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