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Blantyre, June 7: Limbe Police have arrested seven people for being found with suspected stolen car batteries as well as recovering 22 batteries in the process, it has been confirmed. Limbe Police Station Deputy Public Relations Officer, Widson Nhlane Wednesday said the arrests and recovery were made after a sweeping…
Dowa, June 7: Teams Advancing Women in Agriculture (TAWINA) has asked local leaders of Mkukula community to publicly commit to end child early and forced marriages as Girls Rights in Action Mkukula (GRAM) project is phasing out. The Project Coordinator for TAWINA, Anne Banda Monday said the project would end…
Lilongwe, June 7, Mana: Lilongwe based arts and culture festival organisations Umunthu will host its first Pamoja art and cultural festival which will be held on June 9, 2018. According to one of organisers from Umunthu, Pauline Mujasi said the festival which would take place at four seasons centre aims…
Mzuzu, June 7: Mzuzu Second Grade Magistrate Court Monday has sentenced a 27-year-old man to 30 months’ imprisonment with Hard Labour (IHL) for impersonating an Immigration Officer. The Court heard that on May 14,2018, the convict, Lucius Banda from Khethemule Village in Traditional Authority Bvumbwe, Thyolo District put on full…
Kasungu, June 7: Police in Kasungu have arrested a 51 year-old man for allegedly sodomizing and defiling his 12 year-old step son and 15 year-old step daughter respectively. The suspect identified as Kawale Mazolowondo is allegedly committed the offences during the month of May, 2018. It is suspected that Mazolowondo…
Chiradzulu, June 7: Chiradzulu Police Women Network on Tuesday visited and cheered the sick at Chiradzulu District Hospital where they presented various gifts. One of the members in the network, Inspector Sophie Mtawali told Malawi News Agency (Mana) that cheering the sick is one of their roles as a group…
Chiradzulu, June 7: Chiradzulu Police Women Network on Tuesday visited and cheered the sick at Chiradzulu District Hospital where they presented various gifts. One of the members in the network, Inspector Sophie Mtawali told Malawi News Agency (Mana) that cheering the sick is one of their roles as a group…
Lilongwe, June 7: Residents in Lilongwe have expressed their concern over some traffic lights which have not been functioning for the past two weeks. Speaking in an interview with Malawi News Agency (MANA), one of the city residents who conducts business at Lilongwe flea Market, Blessings Mhone, said due to…
Ntcheu, June 5, 2018: Parents and guardians in Ntcheu have been asked to take a leading role in supporting their children to read and write after normal classes so as to improve their reading and understanding capabilities of issues in life.  Speaking when he presided over a reading fair competition…
Nsanje, June 4: As Gender Based Violence is on the alarming rate in Nsanje, the District’s Gender Based Violence Technical Working Group has decided to increase effort in reducing the vice. One of the group members who happen to be Nsanje Police Station Community Policing and Victim Support Coordinator, Sub…
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Building resilience through fish farming

 Building resilience through fish farming

Mchinji, July 19: Fisheries and aquaculture are a vital source of nutritious food, says the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO). Yet their current production and supply is failing to meet the global demand in terms of nutrition requirements and sustaining the livelihoods of many. In Malawi,...