23 February 2019
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Nsanje, February 12, 2019: Puma Energy has reiterated the need for journalists in the country to take a leading role in bringing back forest cover. Puma Energy Chief Executive Officer, Dr Denis Lanjesi made the remarks over the weekend in Lilongwe when Blantyre Press Club, a grouping of southern region…
Blantyre, February 11, 2019: Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) has donated K1 million to Mulanje Mountain Conservation Trust to assist in its quest to plant one million seedlings of the endangered-Mulanje Cedar on the mountain. Making presentation of the cheque at a ceremony held Wednesday at MACRA headquarters in Blantyre,…
Chiradzulu, February 11, 2019: Senior Chief Kadewere of Chiradzulu has expressed concern over the rapid destruction of natural forests in Chiradzulu Mountain, a development that turns the district’s biggest forest reserve area bare. Kadewere raised the alarm on Tuesday at his headquarters where the district council organized a meeting with…
Ntcheu, February 6, 2019. Group Village Headwoman (GVH) Kasale of Traditional Authority Kwataine in Ntcheu has warned her subjects in the district against depleting forests in her area. The chief was speaking in an interview with journalists who were on a tour organized by Malawi Lake Basin Consortium on Monday.…
Rumphi, February 05, 2019: Department of National Parks and Wildlife has expressed concern over increasing levels of poaching in the protected areas of Nyika National Park and Vwaza Wildlife Reserve. The authorities say the situation has negatively affected generation of revenue in the two areas. Speaking Monday during a stakeholders…
Lilongwe, February 04, 2019: Government of Malawi has strengthened its efforts to restore Dzalanyama Forest Reserve by planting 4000 tree seedlings in the 2018/19 tree planting season. Dzalanyama Forest Reserve covers 989 square kilometers stretching across three districts of Dedza, Lilongwe and Mchinji. Chief Secretary to Government, Lloyd Muhara highlighted…
Mzuzu, January 30, 2019: Members of Nyika Media Club in Mzuzu on Monday partnered with Raiply Malawi in a tree planting exercise in Chikangawa Forest in a bid to restore the lost glory of the once mighty   man-made forest in Southern Africa. Chikangawa forest continues to suffer deforestation and bush…
Mzuzu, January 30, 2019: Traditional leaders in Mzimba District have been advised to be proactive in ensuring that forest reserves within their district are protected. Minister of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining, Aggrey Masi gave the advice Monday at Viphya Plantation in Mzimba when he presided over a tree planting…
Chiradzulu, January 30, 2019: Malika Youth Organization (MYO) in Group Village Head Kanjuchi in Chiradzulu will plant 10,000 trees to conserve the environment that has been destroyed in their area. Director for MYO, Hadjison Chibwana disclosed this on Wednesday at Lisawo Primary School in the district where the organization organized…
Phalombe, January 30, 2019: Teachers and students of Chambe Secondary School in Mulanje have underscored the importance of putting the youth in the forefront of environmental conservation if the environment is to be replenished.   The sentiments were made by head teacher for Chambe Secondary School, Laston Mhanda on Thursday…
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Benghazi nickname haunts Karonga

Benghazi nickname haunts Karonga

Karonga, February 11, Mana: Libya (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libya)’s second populous city of Benghazi (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benghazi) became infamous across the world for the killing of US Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens on September 11, 2012 in a terrorist attack. Stevens was...