24 November 2017
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Kasungu, November 03, 2017: People of Kasungu have expressed worries over the missing of their National IDs which they expected to receive after the mass national registration exercise that took place in June. According to Kasungu District Council Authorities, there are 93,893 people whose IDs are missing. One of the…
Zomba, November 4, 2017: Zomba City residents have hailed the council for coming up with new by-laws as one way of foster development in the City. The residents made the remarks on Thursday during a consultative meeting the council held in order to have people’s inputs on the newly formed…
Nkhotakota, November 4, 2017: The implementation of Nkhotakota Service Charters which stopped about two years ago, is back on track after National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) Trust started funding the process. Chairperson for the Charter formulation Sub Committee. Vincent Phiri Friday disclosed the group is ready for implementation phase…
Lilongwe, November 3, 2017:  A group of Malawian individuals calling themselves Concerned Citizens has registered their disapproval on the tone used by leader of Opposition Dr Lazarous Chakwera during a press briefing on Thursday, describing him as a compulsive fabricator intent on spreading hate and disorder. Speaking during a press…
MANGOCHI, October 31, 2017: The ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Secretary General (SG), Grelzedar Jeffrey, says the party is not shaken with the results of the recent by-elections adding that the party will register another victory come 2019. Jeffrey made the remarks in Mangochi on Tuesday where she distributed over…
Kasungu, October 31, 2017: A local youth organisation in Kasungu says a lot of youth are now being involved in local council structures in Kasungu Municipality. The organisation, Good Health Youth Organisation (GHYO), has been advocating for youth involvement in governance and other structures for the past few years. Projects…
Zomba, October 31, 2017: Chiefs in Zomba have commended police for leaving no stone unturned in making sure that peace and order resume in areas affected by blood sucking rumours. Traditional Authority Mbiza said this in an interview on Monday in view of a series of meetings Zomba Police are…
Ntchisi, October 31, 2017: Ntchisi Acting DistrictYouth Officer, Thandi Banda, has appealed to youth clubs in the district to be active in promoting development programmes in the district.  Banda said this over the weekend when her office conducted elections for new youth network leaders for traditional authorities Vuso Jere and…
Chiefs like thee advised to be corrupt free - File Photo Mchinji, October 6, 2017: Chiefs in Mchinji have been asked to refrain from corrupt practices things described leading to quarrels and low development in communities. The call was made on Monday during the elevation of village chief Chibwana to…
Lilongwe, 30 October, 2017:  Lilongwe City Council has seen its revenue increase by K3 million a month since August, 2017 when management sent on paid leave 94 revenue collectors to pave way for monetary investigations in its markets. The city council deployed temporary revenue collectors in order to establish the…

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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. ...