23 September 2018
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Mangochi, April 27, 2018: Visibility Survey conducted by a Non-Governmental 0rganization (NGO) WELTHUNGERHILFE has revealed that charcoal production is becoming rampant in Mangochi, putting forests in danger of depletion.  Following the revelation, WELTHUNGERHILFE has intervened by implementing a project called Forest Restoration and Food Security to complement efforts of the…
Lilongwe, 24, April 2018: Lilongwe Water Board (LWB) says it is concerned with the behaviour of some other people who are engaged in malpractice of cutting down trees and burning charcoal which is leading to the poor distribution of water to their customers around Lilongwe. The remarks were made on…
Lilongwe, April 20, 2018: Minister of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining Aggrey Masi has emphasised on the need to adopt technologies such as the use of drones in the surveillance of protected areas. He made the remarks in Lilongwe on Friday during a joint commemoration of the 2018 World Wildlife…
MANGOCHI, April 15, 2018: Cooperazione Internazionale (COOPI), an international non-profit making humanitarian organization on Thursday conducted flood disaster simulation at Lungwena in Mangochi district to test the capacity of the area’s disaster management system. The simulation exercise took place at Chapola Village in Group Village Headman (GVH) Chapola, Traditional Authority…
Nsanje, April 16, 2018: Malawi Red Cross Society has introduced first ever community early warning automated reporting system to help timely response and action in the areas which are prone to water flooding. Nsanje District Project Officer, Patricia Gadi, in an interview Monday with the Malawi News Agency (MANA), said…
Lilongwe, April 17, 2018: The Youth under the banner of National Youth Network on Climate Change (NYNCC) have bemoaned their inadequate participation in the formulation of strategies that address issues of climate change.  The youths who have gathered at Crossroads Hotel in Lilongwe at the first ever Youth Conference on…
CHIKWAWA, April 16, 2018: Vendors plying various businesses inside Chikwawa Boma Market have complained over poor hygiene conditions that have rocked the market, a situation believed to have also been promoted by shortage of water and inadequate toilets. Chairman for the vendors at the market, Elliot Ngozo, said in an…
Nkhotakota, April 16, 2018: Persistent rains that have been falling in Nkhotakota during the past week have flooded most parts of the district leaving over 3000 people homeless, Malawi News Agency (Mana) has learnt. According to assessment documents made available to this reporter, over 527 houses have so far collapsed…
NSANJE, April 15, 2018: There is hope for improved economic development in Nsanje district following the integration of energy indicators into the Socio-Economic Profile (SEP) and the District Development Plans (DDP).  Director of Planning and Policy in the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, Moses Zuze said inclusion of…
Dedza, April 7, 2018: Department of Energy Affairs has stressed the need for councils to consider putting energy issues as a priority in their development plans. Speaking in Dedza on Friday during stakeholders meeting, Principal Energy Officer in the Department of Energy Affairs, Conwell Chisale said that when councils are…

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Kameme’s broken marriages

Kameme’s broken marriages

Chitipa, September 18, 2018: He returned home very late at around 3 am after drinking chipumu, a strong local opaque beer popular in Chitipa.  Wielding a panga knife (machete), he asked his wife to pack her belongings and move out of the house at such an odd hour. I found Joyce (not her real name)...