20 February 2018
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Lilongwe, February 19, 2018: In a bid to strengthen security in the community, Kanengo Police Station on Sunday organised one-day training for members of the Community Policing Forum (CPF) to equip them with skills and knowledge to enhance efficiency in their work. Community Policing Coordinator for Kanengo Police Station in…
Blantyre, February 19, 2018: The National Registration Bureau (NRB) has embarked on the collection of all unclaimed national identity cards from all the designated registration centres across Blantyre District. NRB has embarked on this exercise following the expiry of the 21 day period that was designated for collection of the…
Mangochi, February 19, 2018: The by-election for Mangochi-Malindi Ward has been slated for April 10, 2018, District Commissioner (DC) for Mangochi, Reverend Moses Chimphepo announced on Sunday. The DC made the announcement at the end of a two-day full council meeting where the council’s committees presented reports on achievements made…
Lilongwe, February 19, 2018: Constituents of Ntcheu Central, Inkosi Kwataine have described late Dr Sam Mpasu as an icon of development since the dawn of the multiparty democracy era in the area. Visibly looking shocked and engulfed in a somber mood Inkosi Kwataine said among other notable women empowering and…
Blantyre, February 18, 2018: Blantyre District Council has intensified primary justice awareness campaign with the aim of reducing crimes that are committed out of ignorance. Southern Regional Coordinator for primary justice Dalitso Mipando said Malawi and Blantyre district in particular continue to register high rates of gender-based violence especially against…
Mangochi, February 18, 2018: National identification cards for people in Mangochi arrived at the office of the District Commissioner (DC) on Saturday and distribution is expected to start from March 3 – 24, the council has confirmed. Assistant District Registration Officer, Veronica Mussa, said a total of 540,377 IDs had…
ZOMBA February 16, 2018: Voice of the Citizens Committee in Zomba City has accused Zomba City Council (ZCC) of failure to consult the grass roots when making development decisions.   The committee argues that ZCC does not involve the people it serves when developing and implementing development plans. Speaking to the…
Mchinji, February 16, 2018: Mchinji Immigration border post together with the Zambian counterparts have embarked on joint sensitization meetings to disseminate messages on the evils of human trafficking and smuggling. Mchinji is one of the districts in Malawi that has for so long experienced human trafficking and smuggling which is…
Lilongwe: February 16, 2018: Mzuzu City Parliamentarian, Leonard Njikho, asked government on Thursday to fulfill its plan of constructing a youth centre in the city. Njikho made the request in parliament to the Ministry of Labour, Youth, Sports and Manpower Development, saying the youth in Mzuzu and the Northern Region…
  DPP spokesperson Kasaila has cleared mist - File Photo Lilongwe, February 14, 2018: Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Spokesperson, Francis Kasaila has dismissed media reports that the party has hired Minister of Education Science andTechnology Bright Msaka as presidential running mate in the upcoming 2019 tripartite elections. Some media reports…
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Senga-Bay’s women of valour

Senga-Bay’s women of valour

Salima, February 18, 2018: If there are some people who can inspire others that achieving economic success is as easy as flipping the back of your hand, then 39-year Monica Msuku of Senga-Bay in Salima is one of them. “Life is hard when you are clueless in how to solve your problems. Accepting a pr...