27 April 2018
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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…
Mwanza, January 5, 2017: The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) on Friday donated relief items to almost 50 households in Mwanza whose houses were damaged by rain storm two weeks ago.  In an interview with Malawi News Agency (MANA) during the distribution at Mphande Primary School in Senior Chief…
Mulanje, January 4, 2017: Authorities in Mulanje have said the district plans to plant at least 1.3 million trees in this year’s tree planting season which was launched in December and runs through to April, Malawi News Agency (MANA) has learnt. Mulanje District Forestry Officer, Ulemu Chitenje told MANA in…
Salima, January 4, 2017: Strong winds which hit Salima on Tuesday has caused damage to several dwelling homes and schools in the district. According to Acting Disaster Risk Management Officer (DRMO), Luscious Njobvu, the strong winds hit some parts of the district on the night of Tuesday, 2nd January 2018.…
Dowa, January 4, 2017: Over 250 families from 16 villages in Traditional Authority Msakambewa in Dowa District are seeking shelter in their relatives’ and other people’s houses and do not know where food will come from, after stormy rains destroyed their houses and property. The incidents, which occurred on 24th…
Mzuzu, January 3, 2017: Bano Hardware, Construction and Estate Agents in conjunction with Professor Peter Mwanza have donated relief items worth K1 million to victims in Mzuzu whose property were destroyed by stormy rains in December last year (2017). Speaking Tuesday during the distribution of the relief items, Managing Director…
ZOMBA, January 3, 2017: Barely three months after the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism called on different stakeholders to take part in conserving environment to enhance tourism industry in the country, Zomba City Council has revealed its plan to own part of Zomba Mountain. Chief Executive Officer, Dyson Jangiya…
CHIKWAWA, January 3,  2017: Villagers around Mitondo area in Traditional Authority Makhuwira in Chikwawa District on Tuesday woke to a shocking news when they discovered a man lying dead and in a decomposed state. The deceased identified as Eric Nyaswimbo, aged 45 was found dead barely three days after he…
Thyolo, January 3, 2017: Malawi Red Cross Society (MRCS) on Monday donated different relief items to victims whose houses were damaged due to incessant rains experienced recently in Traditional Authority Mbawela in Thyolo District. The area received continuous rains for two days (from December 26 to December 27) which resulted…

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Good tobacco labour practices send children back to school

Good tobacco labour practices send children back to school

Kasungu, April 14, 2018: Tchesa Full Primary School in Kasungu east had less than 550 learners in 2012. The school saw most children shunning its doors because they had to help parents in tobacco production. Head teacher Zuze Mthiko says enrollment was very low compared to children’s population in...