20 February 2018
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Rumphi, January 30, 2018: The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) says it is involving youths in the fight against corruption to instill sense of integrity, patriotism and hard work among them whilst they are still young. ACB Principal Public Education Officer, Agness Mweta made the sentiments on Saturday in Rumphi when the…
Machinga, January 29, 2018: Youth in the country need to be provide with a conducive democratic space if they are to contribute positively to their social economic development. Youth Impact Organization Acting Executive Director, Raquin Bongwe told Malawi News Agency in an interview on Monday in Machinga. She said for…
January 29, 2018: Internal bickering between Members of Parliament and Councilors in Phalombe District is said to be negatively affecting development in some parts of the district, community members have claimed. The concern comes at a time some stakeholders such as the District Council secretariat and Civil Society Organizations in…
Blantyre, January 29, 2018: Blantyre District has distributed 98 per cent of the National Identity Cards (IDs), a development authorities have described as impressive. Speaking Friday during a District Registration Task Force Team (DRFT) meeting, George Chitsonga who is Blantyre District Assistant Registrar said unlike in urban centres, rural areas…
Machinga, January 29, 2018: Business came to a standstill at Liwonde Town Council offices on Wednesday after angry communities stoned council offices over delay by management to pay their 2016 public works wages. Police had to intervene to contain the situation before it came out of hand. The communities damaged…
Blantyre, January 29, 2018: Minister of Home Affairs and Internal Security, Cecelia Chazama has expressed satisfaction with the work being conducted by the country’s security agencies in fostering peace and security, saying the development is conducive for national development. Chazama made the remarks Friday during a meeting with senior management…
Blantyre, January 29, 2018: Chisomo Children’s Club of Blantyre has asked government to expedite the implementation of the 2010 Child Care, Protection and Justice Act to force parents to take full responsibility of their wards irrespective of their economic status. Chisomo Children’s Club Centre Manager for Blantyre, Auspicious Ndamuwa, made…
MULANJE, January 22, 2018: Malawian citizens who registered for their National Identification Cards in Mulanje District can now collect their cards from the their respective registration centers as distribution has commenced. In an interview with the Malawi News Agency, Mulanje Assistant District Registrar, Wellington Karambo said on Friday that the…
Blantyre, January 22, 2017: Four of the country’s political heavy weights on Sunday joined the ruling Democratic Progressive Party The four are Ken Lipenga, Henry Phoya, Brown Mpinganjira and Rev. Daniel Gunya. Speaking at Lunzu Primary Ground in Blantyre during a developmental rally where the four were unveiled, President Prof.…
Mulanje, January 17, 2018: As the 2019 tripartite elections draws closer, Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has started the process of developing Media and Information, Education and Communication (IEC) materials. MEC Commissioner, Moffat Banda disclosed this Wednesday at Mulanje Boma Wednesday during a four day electoral material development workshop organized by…

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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...