23 February 2019
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Lilongwe, April 25, 2017: Over 1 million trees have been planted during the first cycle of the Public Works Programme under Malawi Social Action Fund (MASAF) 4 in Lilongwe district, Malawi News Agency (MANA) has learnt. The District Council received funding amounting to K672 million from the Local Development Fund…
Blantyre, April 24, 2017: The Lilongwe Wildlife and Environmental Education Trust says the Natural Tourism Sector risks extinction if afforestation and other environmental conservation initiatives are not critically looked into and taken on board. Malawi News Agency (MANA) established the development on Sunday during an interview with Lilongwe Wildlife and…
Nsanje, April 24, 2017: Nsanje District full council meeting Friday advised all development implementing partners in the district to provide their budgets to servicing committees to ensure that there is transparency and accountability. The full council noted that the organizations are said to have been pumping more funds in the…
Mangochi, April 24, 2017: Justice Edward Twea has said the new law of National Parks and Wildlife will help combat wildlife crimes. Speaking in an interview with the Malawi News Agency on the sidelines of a High Court Judges Symposium in Mangochi, he said the new law stipulates very stiff…
Lilongwe, April 24, 2017: A WhatsApp forum, Malawi Weather Chasers, on Friday donated K163, 000 towards the Mlowe boat tragedy through the Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA). One of the Forum’s administrators, Yobu Kachiwanda, said the Mlowe boat tragedy on April 16 and the continuing Karonga floods touched some…
Ntchisi, April 20, 2017: Ntchisi District Council is contemplating engaging the Malawi Defence Force in protecting its forest reserves which are under threat due to cutting trees for charcoal burning and firewood. Speaking during the full council meeting on Tuesday, Chairperson for Ntchisi council Salikani Chikadza said he was worried…
Lilongwe, April 13, 2017: The Department of National Parks and Wildlife in the Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining has called upon people in the country to resist getting involved in illegal wildlife trafficking. In a press statement signed by the Director of National Parks and Wildlife Brighton Kumchedwa,…
Lilongwe, 12 April, 2017:  As the tree planting season comes to an end, an irrigation expert has branded national tree planting exercise as most ineffective and a waste of resources saying it does not give Malawians expected and desired results. National Coordinator and Irrigation Expert for Green belt Initiative who…
Chikwawa, March 28, 2017: Over 398 people have been affected by floods in Chikwawa district. According to the District’s Assistant Disaster Officer, Francis Kadzokoya, the areas affected include Chikwawa Boma where there was a back-effect overflowing of water to the communities along Chapananga Road under Traditional Authority (TA) Kasisi leaving…
Blantyre, March 26, 2017: TheMinistry of Natural Resources, Energy and Environment has expressed great concern over acts of vandalism where communities damage fences of game reserves and national parks across the country.    In an interview with the Malawi News Agency (MANA) Friday, The Ministry’s spokesperson Sangwani Phiri said despite…

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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...