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Nkhata Bay, June 16, 2018: Nkhata Bay District Commissioner, Rodney Simwaka has asked business people in marketplaces to comply with the requirement of paying market fees for the council to develop the district using the money realised. Speaking recently during meetings with market committees at Sanga and Tukombo, Simwaka said…
Lilongwe, June 16, 2018: US Ambassador to Malawi, Virginia Palmer has challenged commercial banks and other financial institutions in the country to provide favorable credit facilities and develop policies and programs targeting rural women in order to financially empower them. She made the remarks Friday in Lilongwe during a Women’s…
  Lilongwe, June 15: The African Union has urged Journalists in the country to always paint a good image of Malawi to encourage foreign investors to invest in the country. African Union Regional Delegate to Southern Africa, Leopold Ngomo made the remarks on Wednesday during a press briefing at the…
  Lilongwe, June 15: The Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCCI) says the private sector is the main driver of the regional integration in Southern Africa hence there is need for the sector to be more vigilant in driving the regional Integration agenda. Speaking with the Malawi…
Lilongwe, June 14, 2018: People who are serious about internet marketing will boost their economy levels through Internet Revolution (Irev ) partners, a network advertising consultancy  companies need to undertake before embarking on marketing. Irev partnership is a registered business organization that provides information to networking marketing specialists on how…
  Lilongwe, June 14: Regional Economic Communities (RECs) have signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly implement 50 Million Women Speak Networking Platform Project (50MWSP) Common Market for East and Southern Africa (COMESA) Director for Gender and Social Services, Beatrice Hamusonde disclosed this Wednesday in Lilongwe during Media breakfast interaction…
Kasungu, June 13, 2018: Stakeholders and citizens of Kasungu have been urged to take immediate and effective measures to eradicate forced labour and end modern slavery, and human trafficking. The call also urged them to achieve prohibition and elimination of all the worst forms of child labour, including recruitment of…
Lilongwe, June 11, 2018: The Ministry of Labour, Youth, Sports and Manpower Development says cases of child labor remain a widespread challenge in the country as many children are being employed at a tender age to work in different sectors.  Deputy Labour Commissioner in the Ministry, Wafwire Musukwa made the…
Rumphi, June 11, 2018: Mota Engil Construction Company which is constructing Njakwa- Livingstonia Road says it will subcontract two companies to speed up the construction works of the project. According to Hastings Shaba of FN & Partners whose consulting company is working with Mota Engil on the project, construction of…
Nkhata Bay, June 10, 2018: Four community groups in Nkhata Bay on Saturday received grants worth K4.5 million for livelihood improvement through capacity building in community empowerment economic activities. The four groups are Mbaya, Chiwoda, Chakupompha and Chitheka Clusters in Traditional Authority (T/A) Kabunduli, which are engaged in community savings…
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Arresting malnutrition through local foods

Arresting malnutrition through local foods

Zomba, June 13, 2018: Malawi’s stunting levels is ranked one of the highest in Africa with 37 of 100 children under five years of age being stunted. This is according to the Malawi Development Growth Strategy (MDGS) III. Several factors are said to contribute to high rates of stunting but chief amo...