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Phalombe, December 15, 2016: Youths in Phalombe haveraised concerns over their increased poor representation at development planning arenas in the district; a thing they claim is causing them to backtrack in development activities. Members of Phalombe Youth Arms Organization (PYAO) made the outcry on Wednesday through Liwulathu Project discussions that…
Mangochi, December 14, 2016: The National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) has reiterated that it will continue to promote peace and unity in the country because the two are catalysts for national development. The remarks were made by NICE Executive Director Ollen Mwalubunju on Wednesday in an interview with Malawi…
Lilongwe, December 9, 2016: The Civil Society Network for Accountability and Transparency (CSNAT) has said lack of Access to Information (ATI) law is hindering tracking of information on how developmental projects are being implemented in local councils. According to CSNAT, there are challenges of accountability and transparency and that it…
New York, December 9, 2016: Malawi has with effect from December 7, 2016, established formal diplomatic relations at Ambassadorial level with the Sultanate of Oman. Malawi’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Ambassador Necton Mhura and the Permanent Representative of Oman to the United Nations, Ambassador Khalifa bin Ali Issa…
Lilongwe, December 8, 2016: Members of Parliament Wednesday proposed an inclusion of a ‘shoot to kill poachers’ regulation to the national parks and wildlife Bill amendment.   The proposal is in relation to the increased poaching cases of the country’s wildlife particularly in National parks, game reserves and other protected places.…
Lilongwe, December 8, 2016: Member of Parliament for Mzimba Hora, Rev. Christopher Mzomera Ngwira Wednesday caused chaos in the house when he rebuffed the Deputy Speaker’s rule to stop debating after the end of his allocated time. Ngwira who also pulled contrary opinions to the matter on the table kept…
Mzuzu, December  7, 2016: Christians from different denominations in Mzuzu Tuesday braved the rains to participate in a match against abortion and same-sex marriage. The match, which was organized by the Evangelical Association of Malawi and Episcopal Conference of Malawi, started at Katoto Secondary School ground to Mzuzu City Council…
Mulanje, November 7, 2016: President Peter Mutharika on Monday said development projects outlined in the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP)’s manifesto were coming to fruition. Mutharika was speaking at Pasani Primary school in Mulanje during the launch for the construction of the new water supply from the Likhubula River to Blantyre.…
Chikwawa, September 29: The ailing People’s Party (PP) has been dealt another heavy blow in Chikwawa after leaders of 23 committees defected to opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP). Just recently, the party also lost its outspoken spokesperson Ken Msonda, the Foot Soldier, who dumped the PP saying he wanted to…
Dedza, September 12, 2016: Dedza district council on Saturday conducted elections for chairperson and vice chairperson which saw Seveliyano Jim winning convincingly with 14 votes against Moses Chibweza and Sekelani Sankhulani who got three votes each.   The soft-spoken chairperson elect, who is councilor for Mlunduni Ward in Dedza South…

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Multibillion kwacha project to alleviate Mzimba’s water woes

Multibillion kwacha project to alleviate Mzimba’s water woes

Mzimba, July 03, 2018: The water sector in the country has had its fair share of challenges especially in supplying adequate and safe water to large sections of the population.  Increased population over the years has even worsened this challenge of inadequate water supply in most parts in the coun...