17 November 2017
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Machinga, August 8:  The Malawi Defence Force and Malawi Police Services have donated rounds of ammunitions and fire arms to intensify patrols in the national parks in the wake of increased poaching. Minister of Information, Tourism and Culture, Kondwani Nankhumwa disclosed this after touring Liwonde National Park in Machinga Thursday.…
Chikwawa, August 2: A Disaster Risk Management project in Chikwawa called DIPECHO IV was launched on Wednesday with the objective to consolidate the strengths made in the past three DIPECHOs in as far as disaster management is concerned. DIPECHO IV which means Disaster Preparedness on European Commission for Humanitarian Organizations…
Lilongwe, July 26: Environmentalists have said weak policies on pollution are stimulating insanitary conditions in towns leading to heedless disposal of rubbish and roaming of smoke gassing vehicles in the roads of Malawi. Environmental District Officer for Lilongwe, Bizwick Mulaviwa, told Malawi News Agency (Mana) Wednesday that dumping waste in…
Nkhata Bay, July 18: World Life Environment Society of Malawi (Wesm) has appealed to Malawians to seriously guard against damage to environment in the course of implementing various development activities. The statement follows observation that most damage to environment is done during implementation of various development projects across the country…
Nkhotakota, July 17: Minister of Information, Tourism and Civic Education Kondwani Nankhumwa has said it is time to take poaching head on because the wildlife crime has exploded across Africa driven largely by increasing consumer demand in China and South-East Asia for products made from ivory, rhino horn and other…
Mchinji, July 13: Minister of Natural Resources, Energy and Mines, Atupele Muluzi has said his ministry will make sure that Electricity Supply Commission of Malawi (ESCOM) operate independently without political influence as one way of making it deliver quality services to its clients. Muluzi said this after a three-day familiarization…
  Karonga, July 9: Illegal charcoal burners from Msadala Village in the area of Paramount Chief Kyungu in Karonga recently beat up four forestry extension workers on duty after the latter had confiscated charcoal belonging to the villagers. The incident occurred at Katiri in Karonga South Escarpment Forestry Reserve. Karonga…
  MANGOCHI, July 10: Community Initiative for Self Reliance (CISER) a local non – governmental organisation says there is need to empower people with requisite skills to sustain the country’s natural resources for the benefit of future generations. CISER Executive Director, Joseph Makwakwa, made the remarks on Wednesday at Maldeco…
Nairobi, June 14: Open Society Initiative for Southern African (OSISA) Saturday urged African journalists to investigate and write good news articles on sustainable land management. OSISA said writing good investigative stories on sustainable land management was one way of bringing awareness on land degradation affecting African economies. The call was…
Blantyre, June 13:  Some residents in Blantyre have complained of water shortages experiencing in their areas since Monday this week. Chisomo Bwanali, one of the Kanjedza residents explained that the water stopped in early hours of Monday and since then they have been relying on water from boreholes. “Normally, when…

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