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Mzimba, July 7: Mzimba District Education Network (Mziden), an organization that advocates for quality basic education has called on government to consider pumping more resources towards training of more teachers in special needs education. Speaking in an interview on Tuesday, Mziden chairperson, Teckson Amadu said there is significant shortage of…
Lilongwe, June 7: President Pro. Peter Mutharika said Government will continue taking development to every community and Malawian to make the country’s Independence meaningful to everyone.   He made the remarks in Lilongwe on Thursday during the National Service of Worship at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC).   Malawi leader…
Lilongwe, June 16: President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika has said Malawi shares the commitment and vision of the World Bank in promoting early child development (ECD) initiatives towards a more productive and competitive nation. The President said this on Thursday at Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe when he had an audience…
Lilongwe, June 6, 2017: The Public Works Programme being implemented in all 28 districts of the country has resulted in a lot of people achieving food security at household level, a study conducted by the Centre for Agriculture Research and Development (CARD) of theLilongwe University for Agriculture and Natural Resources…
Blantyre, June 5, 2017: Blantyre District Council on Friday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Blantyre District Civil Society Organizations Network (BDCSON) to help track and accomplish development projects in the district. In her remarks, BDCSON Chairperson, Linnah Matanya promised to support and collaborate with government as the…
Lilongwe, May 30: 25 Malawian young entrepreneurs from across the country on Monday returned home from China where they went to learn various entrepreneurial skills. Speaking on arrival at Kamuzu International Airport (KIA), one of the participants at the seminar Deliwe Makata said they have learnt a number of things…
Chikwawa, May 29: The National Initiative for Civic Education (Nice) Trust says there is need for communities to closely engage duty bearers saying the culture of silence among communities has greatly derailed development in various parts of the country. The remarks were made on Friday at the end of a…
Lilongwe, May 25: Ambassador of Egypt to Malawi, Maher El-Adawy has described this year’s Africa Day as a celebration of the founding fathers of Pan-Africanism.   Commenting on the African Union (AU) 54 years of existence, El-Adawy, who is chairperson for this year’s celebration, in an interview with Malawi News…
Dedza, 24 May : President Professor Peter Mutharika on Tuesday officially launched construction works for a multipurpose dam in Bwanje Valley in the area Senior Chief Kachindamoto in Dedza which is budgeted for K6.4 billion.   Speaking after laying a foundation stone for the project, Mutharika said the dam is…
Lilongwe, May 16, 2017: The improvement and implementation of good laws, policies and institutional environment has a great potential of accelerating growth of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the country, an expert has said. Enterprise development officer in the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism, Mc Cartney Lora…
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Malawi’s wildlife reserves find their feet

Malawi’s wildlife reserves find their feet

Blantyre, July 09, 2017: In the late 90s, Majete Wildlife Reserve in the lower Shire valley, south west of Malawi was losing its niche as a prolific home of wildlife game. Poor law enforcement, encroachment through deforestation and poaching left most species of wildlife animals like elephants on th...