11 December 2017
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Lilongwe, October 6, 2017: The Association of Environmental Journalists (AEJ) in Malawi has congratulated Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW), Director Brighton Kumchedwa for winning the prestigious 2017 Tusk Award. He has won £20, 000 (Over MK15 million) Tusk Award for Conservation in Africa. Kumchedwa, a holder of an…
Kasungu, October 5, 2017: As more and more Traditional Authorities (TA) in the country are attaining Open Defecation Free (ODF) status, Minister of Health Atupele Muluzi noted that it is encouraging to see that traditional leaders and communities are playing important roles. Speaking on Wednesday in Kasungu at Kafukule Community…
Machinga, October 5, 2017: A group called Sanitation Measures in Machinga has donated six dust bins to Machinga District Council to improve sanitation in schools.  Sanitation Measures in Machinga Executive Director, Ben Masiku said his organisation was established in 2010 to improve sanitation in schools, hospitals and in areas around…
Nkhotakota, October 4, 2017: Food insecurity problems will be history in Nkhotakota and surrounding areas following the rehabilitation of an irrigation scheme around Lake Chilingali in Nkhotakota. The project is being implemented by different organisations including Comitato Internazionale per Sviluppo dei Popoli (CISP) which focuses on development of international communities…
Chikwawa, October 02, 2017: The Malawi Red Cross Society (MRCS) has introduced a new project in three districts of Chikwawa, Nsanje and Zomba whose objective is to enhance collaboration among various partners in responding to natural disasters. MRCS’s Disaster Risk Reduction Officer for Chikwawa, Darius Chiwaula presented the project during…
Blantyre, September 30, 2017: Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services (DCCMS) has forecasted that the country might experience normal rainfall in the 2017/2018 rainy season.  DCCMS Director, Jolamu Nkhokwe made the revelation of the rainfall forecast on Friday during the dissemination of 2017/2018 seasonal rainfall pattern. He attributed the…
Clement Chinthu Phiri speaks to the media - Pic by by McCarthy Mwalwimba Mzuzu, September 29, 2017: Government in conjunction with other stakeholders Thursday officially launched a multimillion dollar project aimed at saving lives and enhancing livelihoods at risk from climate related disasters. Dubbed Saving Lives and Protecting Agriculture based…
A woodlot has been made made through the adult literacy classes - File Photo SThe alima, September 27, 2017: Assembly of God Care (AGCARE) a development arm of the Malawi Assemblies of God is conducting adult literacy classes for communities in the area of Senior Chief Kalonga in Salima to enhance…
Lilongwe September 27, 2017:  People in Lilongwe have ventured into fresh flower nursery business for their living. Israel nursery is one of the flower nursery gardens businesses which is found in Lilongwe at Mbowe Filling station near Mchinji roundabout since 2007 and it is managed by Ganizani Saizi, and his…
Salima, September 27, 2017: As one way of conserving the environment, Wildlife Action Group (WAG) organised a sensitisation meeting aimed at creating awareness of the consequences that come about with the destruction of wildlife and National Parks. Speaking with the Malawi News Agency (MANA) on the sidelines of the meeting…

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82 year-old Chinthuli breaks age barrier for love; marries 25 year-old

82 year-old Chinthuli breaks age barrier for love; marries 25 year-old

THYOLO, December 10, 2017: Bizarre things do happen in life sometimes. But for people of Goliati Village in Paramount Chief Ngolongoliwa in Thyolo, nothing could beat the marriage of octogenarian and a youth.  “It is an abomination,” some social commentators argue, while others see nothing wrong. ...