21 August 2018
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Lilongwe, May 09, 2018: The United Nations (UN) in Malawi is urging state institutions, media, religious leaders, traditional leaders and political parties to actively promote peaceful settlement of disputes, as contained in the existing electoral and peace building legal and policy frameworks. In a press statement released on May 9,…
Lilongwe, May 09, 2018: The Ministry of Civic Education, Culture and Community Development Tuesday asked members of parliament to lobby for funding increment to adult literacy programmes (ALP) which are said to be transformative to rural lives. Principal Secretary Ivy Luhanga made the call in Lilongwe during a dinner that…
Lilongwe, May 6, 2018:  NBS and FDH Banks have banked rolled the 50: 50 campaign as one way of enhancing the initiative in order to achieve positive results for the 2019 tripartite elections. The Two Banks made the financial contributing during the National launch of 50: 50 campaign at Masintha…
Lilongwe, May 4, 2018: Minister of Gender, Children, Disability and Social Welfare,  Dr Jean Kalilani said the 50:50 campaign would empower women politically to participate in decision making processes of the country's politics.    The Minister made the remarks Thursday at Masintha ground in Lilongwe at the launch of 50:50…
Mzuzu, May 4, 2018: Organizers of the 27th April nationwide demonstrations have denied accusations that they have abandoned people who were arrested in the aftermath of the demos in Mzuzu City. The social media has been awash with speculation that the organizers, Youth and Society (YAS), Centre for Human Rights…
Karonga, May 04, 2018: Paramount Chief Kyungu has said Traditional Authorities in the country should level playing ground for all political parties as the countdown to 2019 polls approaches. He made these remarks in an exclusive interview with Warm heart news on Monday . "Our job as chiefs is simple,…
BLANTYRE, May 02, 2018: Officials at Blantyre District Council have requested the police to explain why they arrested business men and women who were selling maize at Chazunda market. On Saturday, regional police in the south invaded the said market and arrested 13 women and men who were selling maize…
Mzimba, May 02, 2018: Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) Board says the amount of money NGOs are spending annually in Mzimba does not reflect development activities being implemented in the district and suspects a lot is being swindled. NGO Board’s Director of Programs, Kamwana Muyaya made the sentiments Monday during a District…
Mchinji, May 2, 2018: Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has called on political parties to sensitise their supporters on the electronic biometric voter registration the electoral body will use during registration for the 2019 tripartite elections, to ensure smooth running of the exercise. MEC Commissioner for electoral services, Jean Mathanga made…
NENO, May 02, 2018: Business came to a standstill at Zalewa Trading Centre on Wednesday when police and communities engaged in running battles following an incident where a mob had killed a murder suspect. A local businessman close to Zalewa Roadblock who spoke on condition of anonymity told Malawi News…

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Improved roads for boosting economic activities

 Improved roads for boosting economic activities

Lilongwe, August 20: Joseph Pamtunda, 22, takes a comfortable lean on his bicycle and looks out with admiration to the construction works taking place to some area close to his home village. In front of him is a new road under construction where a new bridge with silver metals sparkle with majestic...