24 February 2020
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Dedza, February 11, Mana: Former students of Umbwi Secondary School in Dedza have bemoaned encroachment into the school land by surrounding communities, saying it is creating an environment which is not conducive for learning. The alumni sounded the concern on Saturday during a tree planting exercise which they organized to…
Rumphi, February 10, Mana: The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (Dodma) has commended flood survivors at Mlowe in Rumphi for relocating to upland from disaster prone areas such as river banks. Director of disaster response and recovery, Harris Kachale made the sentiments Friday during a presentation of maize, rice, beans, cooking…
 Lilongwe, February 9, 2020:Southern African countries have appealed for $1.1billion to help them cope with the food crisis but they have received only half of what is needed. The agencies said that donors must urgently fund the UN humanitarian appeals to help save lives. Severe food insecurity rates across nine…
Lilongwe, February 2, 2020: Bwaila Lions Club has said it has planted over 4,000 trees in three years to make sure that the vegetation is restored in places where it was destroyed.President of Bwaila Lions Club, Innocent Jumbe  said this during the tree planting exercise which was held at Kabuthu…
Lilongwe, January 28, 2020: As one way of reducing poverty in the country, Maeve Project through Chitetezo Mbaula per Household Campaign, has recruited 24 youthful agents to promote eco-friendly practices by use of energy-saving stoves. The promotion is conducted through door-to-door campaigns. Speaking in an interview with Malawi News Agency…
Lilongwe, December 11, 2019: Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA) has expressed concern that electricity supply industry has been perforated with incidences of fires and electrocutions. Board Chairperson of MERA, Joseph Bvumbwe said this Wednesday when he opened Stakeholders’ Consultation workshop on newly developed guidelines for electrical installation’s inspectors at Sunbird…
Lilongwe, December 6, 2019: Lilongwe City Council (LCC) has embarked on a plan to establish a recreation park at area 18 in Lilongwe dubbed ‘Area 18 Valley Park’ where people, including the youth will be able to host different activities such as wedding ceremonies and sports games among others. Speaking…
Madrid, Spain, December 6, 2019: Civil societies at the ongoing Cop25 meeting in Madrid, Spain have demanded wealthy countries and organisations such as United States of America (USA) and the European Union (EU) to have a lion’s share in financing loss and damage caused by emissions.                            Senior Advisor on…
Madrid, December 3, 2019: Least Developed Countries (LDCs) have asked their developed counterparts to commit themselves in cutting down on carbon emission saying its impact on climate change is more devastating on the LDCs. President Prof. Peter Mutharika on Monday told Malawian journalists in Madrid, Spain at the 25th Session…
Madrid, November 29, 2019: Minister of Energy, Natural Resources and Mining Binton Kutsaira has said newly introduced Carbon Tax is part of Malawi’s contributions to the fight against climate change and its effects, therefore, people should not be worried. The Minister was speaking Friday to Malawian journalists in Madrid, Spain…
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CONDEMNATION OF MOB JUSTICE

CONDEMNATION OF MOB JUSTICE

Madam Speaker and Honourable Members of this August House, my Ministry is seriously concerned with the rising incidents of mob justice being perpetrated by some members of the general public across the country. And this is a matter on which my Ministry seeks the full participation and involvement ...