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Lilongwe, July 21, 2017: Lilongwe City residents have expressed worry at what they call a slow pace in which the six month old Mayor for the city, Desmond Bikoko, is implementing his promised ten point plan he touted as a key tool towards transforming the city upon his election into…
Willie mwaluka addressing the particpants to the Training at Katerera TDC - Pic By Tione Andsen Salima, July 21, 2017: Malawi Police Service said it is the responsibility of every Malawian to ensure that children are protected from all forms of abuse. Director of Community Policing at Police Headquarters in…
Journalists pose for a group photo during a training workshop - File Photo Lilongwe, July 21, 2017: Public Affairs Committee (PAC) has urged media practitioners to keep developing relevant, powerful messages and programs as an efficient way of engaging society on the Local Government Act (LGA) reforms. Rev. Matilda Matabwa,…
Some members of the bereaved families with sad faces Pic by Andrew Mkonda Mzuzu, July 20, 2017:  People’s Party (PP) says there is need for government and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to come up with “Freedom Fund” to support bereaved families’ members of the 20 July 2011 protests.  Speaking on…
Blantyre, July 20, 2017: At around quarter to six in the evening on Thursday, the Blantyre Magistrate Court gave bail to former Minister of Agriculture, George Chaponda, alongside Director of Transglobe Export Produce Limited, Rashid Tayub. The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Wednesday arrested Chaponda and Tayub for their alleged involvement…
Blantyre, 20 July, 2017: The Blantyre Chief Residence Magistrate, Simeon Mdedza, on Thursday afternoon ruled against the application by Former Minister of Agriculture, George Chaponda and Trans Globes’ Rashid Tayub’s defence lawyers to suspend the warrant of arrest on the two who are currently in custody at Blantyre Police Station.…
Kasungu, 20 July: Female Councilors in Kasungu Municipality have encouraged fellow women contest and win in 2019 elections. In an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana), Hlupekire Chavundikira who is Councilor for Belele Ward, said she is encouraged by what she has become and achieved and would like to see…
Likoma, July 19, 2017: The ongoing national registration exercise failed to commence in Likoma District on Tuesday as scheduled following failure by registration team to arrive on the island. District Assistant Registrar, Stains Naison Kumwenda, told Malawi News Agency (Mana) that the registration team failed to make it to the…
Phalombe, July 18, 2017: Phalombe chiefs have threatened to chase away Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) that are operating in their areas without their knowledge and their subjects’ involvement. The chiefs issued the threat in response to what they described as poor discharge of duties by some Non-governmental Organizations in their…
Lilongwe, July 18, 2017: National Registration Bureau (NRB) is warning certain leaders who are preventing their members from registering in the ongoing mass registration exercise that they may face the law.  NRB, Public Relations Officer (PRO), Norman Fulatira  told Malawi News Agency (MANA) Tuesday in  Lilongwe that certain religious leaders…
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Malawi’s wildlife reserves find their feet

Malawi’s wildlife reserves find their feet

Blantyre, July 09, 2017: In the late 90s, Majete Wildlife Reserve in the lower Shire valley, south west of Malawi was losing its niche as a prolific home of wildlife game. Poor law enforcement, encroachment through deforestation and poaching left most species of wildlife animals like elephants on th...