25 November 2017
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Mwanza, November 22, 2017: Communities in Mwanza have been urged called upon to elevate women into various decision making positions if poverty is to be effectively reduced in the district. Project Officer for National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) Trust, Stella Kalengamaliro, made the remarks on Tuesday during open discussions…
Blantyre, November 22, 2017: Blantyre City Council Mayor, Wild Ndipo, has called upon residents to remain steadfast in prayer and cultivate unity of purpose for the growth and prosperity of the bustling commercial city. Ndipo said despite having different religions and political affiliations, residents of the city need to unite…
Lilongwe, November 21, 2017: Member of Parliament for Nsanje Central, Francis Kasaila, has challenged that he would on Friday provide the house with evidence of alleged murders that used to take place at Nsanje Prison during the era of the Malawi Congress Party (MCP) rule. On Monday, the member rose…
ZOMBA, November 20, 2017: The National Statistical Office (NSO) says it is ready for the first ever 2018 Electronic National Population and Housing Census (PHC) pegged at K21 billion. This was disclosed by the Commissioner of Statistics, Mercy Kanyuka, on Saturday in Zomba during this year’s African Statistics Day celebrations…
Lilongwe, November 18, 2017: A grouping of several Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) calling itself  Civil Society Platform on Electoral Reforms says the manner in which the process on the proposed electoral reform bill is being handled is not fair and just to Malawians. The sentiments are contained in a joint…
MWANZA, November 18, 2017: Mwanza First Grade Magistrate’s Court on Thursday sentenced Rafiki John to six months Imprisonment with Hard Labor (IHL) for escaping from lawful custody. The court heard through Mwanza Police Station Prosecutor Sub-Inspector Jane Juma that John was at Mwanza Prison serving a four-year jail term for…
Mzimba, November 17, 2017: Authorities in Mzimba have expressed concern over increased number of people migrating to South Africa, a development which they say impacts negatively on social economic development of the district. According to data sourced from M’mbelwa District Council, over 25 people in a day seek travel documents…
Kasungu, November 17, 2017: Ex Press Agriculture Limited (PAL) tenants in Kasungu say they are still struggling to find land on which to settle and farm after their employment was terminated with the organisation. The ex-employees, who were taken from several districts as tenants in the 1970s, say they are…
MANGOCHI, November 17, 2017: Mangochi District now has a third community radio, Lilanguka, a Yao- language- dominated radio owned and run by Christian Missionaries to reach out to communities in the district with the gospel. Radio Lilanguka, meaning ‘light’ has started testing its frequency, 91.0 FM and, according to the…
Lilongwe, November 16, 2017: After over 20 years of civic education activities on different fields by different stakeholders in the country, Malawi still has problems of transparency, accountability and irresponsibility in her society, National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) has revealed. The public trust has attributed the situation to ineffectiveness…
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PRESS RELEASE: Progress on Public Sector Reforms - Implementation and Milestones Achieved

PRESS RELEASE: Progress on Public Sector Reforms - Implementation and Milestones Achieved

“MAKING MALAWI WORK” The Government of Malawi continues to implement Public Sector Reforms launched by His Excellency the President on 11th February 2015. The reforms are supposed to effectively transform Malawi through effectiveness, efficiency and high-level professionalism. ...