22 January 2021
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Lilongwe, November 26, 2020: Minister of Forestry and Natural Resources, Nancy Tembo, has said addressing forestry challenges requires innovation, resources and efforts from all stakeholders in order to ensure sustainable economic growth and development through proceeds realised from the country’s natural resource base. The Minister was speaking in Lilongwe on…
Nkhatabay, October 21, 2020: Northern Region Water Board (NRWB) has rescued Nkhatabay District Council in its quest to control sewage waste management. NRWB Chief Executive Officer, Titus Mtenga said on Tuesday that proper waste disposal is vital hence the need to ensure that its management is adhered to. Mtegha was…
Nkhatabay, October 21, 2020: Northern Region Water Board (NRWB) has rescued Nkhatabay District Council in its quest to control sewage waste management. NRWB Chief Executive Officer, Titus Mtenga said on Tuesday that proper waste disposal is vital hence the need to ensure that its management is adhered to. Mtegha was…
Lilongwe, October 20, Britain has reaffirmed its efforts to supporting Malawi in building advocacy and voice in line with environmental degradation. British High Commissioner to Malawi, David Beer, told the media at Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe on Tuesday after he presented his letters of credence to President Dr Lazarus Chakwera.…
Lilongwe, October 16, The government of Malawi through the Ministry of Forestry and Natural Resources has embarked on scaling up the use of modern climate information and early warning systems at district level. Speaking during a meeting at Lilongwe District Council on Tuesday, Director for the Department of Climate Change…
Mchinji, October 14, Mana: Heavy and stormy rains that fell on October 6 in Mchinji District have left two people dead and over 248 households destitute in the area of Traditional Authority Mavwere in the district. An assessment by disaster office in the district shows over 19 villages have been…
Blantyre, October 1, Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services (DCCMS) has called on Malawians to be conscious with the dress in view of the transitional period, from winter to summer season. DCCMS Director, Jolamu Nkhokwe, made the call on Wednesday in Blantyre in an interview with Malawi News Agency…
Blantyre, September 28, 2020: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has donated 72 solar panels to Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services (DCCMS) which will help in boosting inadequate energy which affected the production of weather forecasts. The Solar panels were provided through a projectcalled Scaling up the Use of…
Mulanje, September 26, 2020: Government has begun engaging investors in the energy sector to discuss means of generating affordable and reliable electricity in the country. Minister of Energy, Newton Kambala said the country was failing to develop as foreign companies fail to invest in the country because of power shortage…
Blantyre, September 15, 2020: Director for Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services, Jolamu Nkhokwe, says Malawi is expected to receive normal to above-normal rainfall between October-December 2020 mostly in the South and Central regions with the Northern region experiencing normal and below normal rainfall. Nkhokwe made the remarks during…
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