29 September 2020
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Mzuzu, September 29, 2020: Minister of Lands, Kezzie Msukwa has expressed optimism traditional leaders and other players will accept implementation of the new Land Law of 2016 after their engagements with the ministry. Some traditional leaders and players have been resisting the new land law for some time. Speaking Monday…
Mzuzu, September 29, 2020:Stakeholders in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry in Mzuzu had an interactive meeting during the weekend as one of the activities to commemorate this year’s Tourism Month with a call against relaxing in observing COVID-19 prevention protocols. Speaking during the event, Regional Tourism Officer (RTO) for the…
Dowa, September 29, 2020: Gender Based Violence (GBV) Survivors in Dowa District in the area of Traditional Authority (TA) Msakambewa have seen light at the end of the tunnel after Catholic Development Commission in Malawi (CADECOM) has stepped in to aid them through economic empowerment in the Spotlight Initiative. According…
Harare, September 29, 2020: Minister of Foreign Affairs, Eisenhower Mkaka says President Lazarus Chakwera’s visits to neighbouring countries are aimed to strengthen the bilateral relationship after years of isolation. Mkaka was speaking on Tuesday in an interview in Harare- Zimbabwe ahead of a two-day state visit of President Chakwera on…
 Harare, September 29, 2020: Minister of Foreign Affairs, Eisenhower Mkaka has described investors as key drivers for economic growth and development of any country. Mkaka was speaking on Monday in Harare, Zimbabwe after meeting a potential investor who has showed interest to invest in Malawi in a number of areas…
Blantyre, Sept 28, Youth Net and Counseling (YONECO) say there is need for stakeholders to step up efforts to defend and protect the rights of adolescent girls and young women in the country from different forms of abuses as Mulanje continues to register cases of Gender based Violence. YONECO is…
 Lilongwe, September 27, 2020: Fire gutted Mitundu market on Thursday night destroying over 100 shops and other properties. Minister of Local government, Lingison Belekanyama on Saturday visited victims of Mitundu market. He said he was saddened to see the extent of the damage the fire had caused leaving people destitute.…
Lilongwe September 27, 2020; Stakeholders from various social sectors in Malawi Friday morning had an opportunity to interface with Members of Parliament and present their views on the 2020/2021 National Budget during a public hearing organized by Parliament of Malawi. The public hearing, conducted at the Bingu International Convention Centre…
Lilongwe, September 27, 2020: Lilongwe-based Female entrepreneurs have empowered young girls to venture into small businesses as a way of alleviating the increase of bad behaviours among girls. Speaking with Malawi News Agency (Mana) in Lilongwe on Friday, Nighe Gwaza said ladies are supposed to set up small businesses and…
Lilongwe, September 26, 2020 Officer-in-Charge for Lumbadzi Police Station, Khetase Yiwombe has said they have registered increased rates of criminal and road accident cases since January to June 2020. She disclosed this on Friday at the station during the end of 16-days of Customer Care and Professional Code of Ethics…
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