17 January 2019
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Lilongwe, September 14: President Professor Peter Mutharika says poor sanitation is a contributing factor to other leading causes of child mortality including malaria and measles. Mutharika made the remarks Saturday at Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe during the official launch and fundraising dinner of the Gertrude Mutharika Beatify Malawi Trust (BEAM).…
Salima, September 12: People living along flood prone areas on in the lake shore district of Salima have appealed to the Department of Climate Change and Metrological Services to provide specific weather information. The appeal came when officials from the Department conducted a number of focus group discussion with the…
Blantyre, September 2:  The Department of Climate Change and Meteological Services has attributed the chilly weather pattern being experienced in the country to transitional from winter to summer period. The Department’s Head of Public Weather Services Ellina Kululanga disclosed this in an interview with Malawi news Agency on Tuesday. “We…
Lilongwe, September 2, 2014, Mana: Government has launched a National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process aimed at reducing vulnerability to the impacts of climate change.   Speaking during the launch at Capital Hotel in Lilongwe, Principal Secretary (PS) for Environment and Climate Change Management in the Ministry of Natural Resource, Energy…
Chikwawa, September 1: Cotton Ginners Africa Limited, a prominent Cotton company in Chikwawa has come under heavy criticism for keeping its 50 employees without pay for two months. The Workers who asked for a condition of anonymity confirmed to the Malawi News Agency (Mana) that there has been no formal…
Mzuzu, August 29: Mzuzu City residents are now enjoy continuous water supply all day every day following completion of upgrading and expansion of the water supply system in the city by Northern Region Water Board (NRWB). Speaking in an exclusive interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) Wednesday, NRWB’s Public Relations…
  Dowa August 22: The District forestry office in Dowa has commended the strong working relationships with the Police and Court in ensuring that perpetrators of illegal charcoal burning and wanton cutting down of trees in Dowa and Kongwe hills are brought to book. The District Forestry Technical Assistant, Bakaya…
Blantyre, August 18, 2014, Mana: The Blantyre City Council Chief Executive Officer ( CEO), Ted Nandolo  has commended vendors and stakeholders in the city for working together to ensure that all street vendors have reverted to their designated market places in the town. Nandolo made the remarks in an interview…
Kasungu, August 18, 2014, Mana: As part of Civil- Military Cooperation soldiers from Malawi Army Engineers Battalion in Kasungu over the weekend cleaned Kasungu District Hospital. The hospital was in pathetic situation as waste was not disposed off properly and foul smell was everywhere especially at the guardians’ shelter. The…
Blantyre, August 14, Mana:  Some people in Blantyre have applauded Blantyre City Council (BCC) for stepping up against vendors who were plying their trade along the city’s roads. Blessings Phiri, who works in one of the companies around the town, commended the council for sweeping out vendors into the flea…

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Water scarcity in Balaka and Ntcheu: Government drills High Yielding Boreholes to mitigate water shortage

Water scarcity in Balaka and Ntcheu: Government drills High Yielding Boreholes to mitigate water shortage

Blantyre, January 11, 2018: Government has said it has drilled eight high yielding boreholes around Mpira Dam catchment area to address water scarcity in Balaka and Ntcheu districts which came as a result of drying up of the dam. Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development, director o...