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Mwanza, December 10, 2018: Communities in Mwanza have been urged to plant more trees if they are to reduce impacts of natural calamities, such as strong winds, from destroying their homes. Minister of Homeland Security, Nicholas Dausi, gave the advice during distribution of assorted relief items to 286 households from…
Mzuzu, December 04, 2018: Mzuzu City Council (MCC) Chief Executive Officer, MaCloud Kadam’manja said ensuring vendors sell their merchandise in designated places is the responsibility of all stakeholders. Kadam’manja was speaking recently during a consultative meeting that explored strategies to end illegal vending in Mzuzu City. The meeting was attended…
Lilongwe, November 29, 2018: Minister of Homeland Security Nicholas Dausi has expressed concern over the rate at which trees are being cut down in the country saying this is one of the contributing factors to disasters that come about because the land is bare. Dausi made the remarks in Lilongwe…
Mangochi, December 02, 2018: Government has provided material support to 269 households which were affected by the stormy rains that devastated some parts of Mangochi between November 23 and 25. Minister of Homeland Security, Nicholas Dausi presided over the symbolic presentation of material support on Friday at Senior Chief Mponda…
Mangochi, November 30, 2018: Barely five days after lightning killed a woman and injured her husband at Katuli Trading Centre in Mangochi Friday, it struck again on Tuesday at Balakasi Village in the area of Chief Jalasi in the district, killing one and leaving the other injured.   Mangochi Police Public…
Mzuzu, November 30, 2018: Mzuzu City Council (MCC) has said it will make a peaceful relocation of vendors from illegal places to designated markets in the city. The decision was made Tuesday, when the Council met its stakeholders to discuss ways of permanently stopping illegal vending, which it said is…
Salima, November 28, 2018: Malawi Tourism sector is expected to have a major face lift after the Africa Development Bank (AfDB) has pumped in K 7.5 billion for the Promoting Investment and Competitiveness in the Tourism Sector (PICTS) project. PICTS is being implemented by the Ministry of Trade and Tourism,…
Mangochi, November 28, 2018:  Heavy rainfall accompanied by heavy storm has damaged 74 houses and property, with at least five people sustaining minor injuries in Makanjira, Mangochi, Police have confirmed. The Storm occurred Sunday afternoon on November 25, 2018 at Makanula Village in the area of Traditional Authority (TA) Makanjira.…
Blantyre, November 27, 2018: African Parks a non-profit conservation organization has translocated nine Giraffe from South Africa to Majete Wildlife Reserve in Chikwawa. With the translocation, the population of Giraffes in the country has been increased to 30 as of now. Public Relations Coordinator for African Parks, Fran Read said…
Zomba, November 25, 2018: The drying of Lake Chilwa has worsened the state of food insecurity in Zomba-Nsondole in the area of Traditional Authority (T.A.) Nkagula in the district, Malawi News Agency has learnt. Member of Parliament for the area, Aboo Naliwa disclosed the area’s food situation during the official…

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CONSOLIDATING OUR GAINS FOR RAPID TRANSFORMATION. STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS HIS EXCELLENCY PROFESSOR ARTHUR PETER MUTHARIKA, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MALAWI On the occasion of the STATE OPENING OF THE 1ST MEETING IN THE 48TH SESSION OF PARLIAMENT Madam Speaker, we come to this house every fiv...