13 November 2018
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Kasungu, January 16, 2018: Lions Club of Kasungu has partnered the Malawi Defence Force's Engineers Battalion in helping recovering green vegetation in the district.  The club has donated 2,000 tree seedlings to the soldiers that have been planted at the Battalion in Kasungu. Speaking during the tree planting exercise on…
Lilongwe, 13 January, 2017: Central Region Chapter of Mlakho wa Alhomwe Saturday planted 1, 400 trees along Lilongwe River as a way of arresting environmental degradation due to rampant cutting of trees. Speaking to Malawi News Agency (Mana) on the sidelines of the event, Central Region Chairperson, Frank Mazizi, said…
BALAKA, January 12, 2017: Vice President Dr. Saulos Chilima on Friday called upon contractors in the country to erect strong and up-to-standard structures that should withstand disaster shocks. Chilima said construction of sub-standard structures was one of the major factors contributing to threats to lives of innocent people when disasters…
Chiradzulu, January 12, 2017: Over1,067 maize fields for small holder farmers have been affected in Chiradzulu following the heavy rains which was accompanied by stormy winds that the district received on January 9, 2018. The heavy rains affected part of Senior Chief Mpama in Group Village Headman (GVH) Mbalame. Chiradzulu…
Blantyre, January 12, 2017: Traditional Authority (TA) Kapeni of Blantyre on Thursday appealed to his subjects to plant trees in their homes to avoid accidents resulting from hailstorm and stormy winds.  Speaking at Chigumula Forest, where the Weather Chasers, a WhatsApp networking group planted 6,000 trees, the chief said time…
Mangochi, January 12, 2017: Communities from disaster prone areas and stakeholders from Mangochi and Machinga have undergone disaster management training aimed at developing capacity in preparedness and mitigation of impacts of climate change. The three-day training, known as Participatory Scenario Planning (PSP), which ended on Wednesday, took place in Zomba…
Blantyre, January 11, 2017: Scottish government through University of Strathclyde has retaliated its commitment to continue assisting the country in the water and sanitation programmes. Speaking during the stakeholder meeting at Hotel Victoria on Thursday, Director of Climate Justice Fund Water Futures Programme at the University of Strathclyde in Scotland,…
Mzuzu, January 11, 2017: A few days just after the Vice President, Dr. Saulos Chilima visited areas which were affected by disaster due to heavy and stormy rains in Mzuzu City, stormy rains Tuesday afternoon destroyed 52 houses leaving hundreds of people homeless. Malawi News Agency (MANA) Wednesday established that…
BLANTYRE, January 8: Zanzibar University Muslim Graduates Association (ZUMUGA) has reiterated the need to reforest Blantyre Water Board’s (BWB) Ndirande – Mudi catchment area as one way of mitigating water problems in the commercial city. ZUMUGA Chairperson for Blantyre Chapter, Dan Kamanga made the observation on Saturday during a tree…
Kasungu, 7 January, 2018: The Central Region Mhlakho wa Lhomwe Chapter (CRMLC) on Saturday donated some items to victims of rainstorm which occurred on Tuesday and affected about 400 people in the process completely destroying 58 houses. Speaking at the event one of the victims, Aubrey Mwanakhu, said after the…

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Party officials, handouts hindering 50:50 campaign

Party officials, handouts hindering 50:50 campaign

Dedza, October 31, 2018: Over the years stakeholders have been advocating for 50:50 campaign aimed at wooing people to ensure equal representation of men and women in elected political leadership positions. But the campaign is still facing opposition from some quarters including party leaders who a...