Thursday, 30 March 2017

Police in Karonga have impounded 26 trucks ranging from 15 to 20 tonnes which are suspected to have been illegally exporting maize to Zambia and Tanzania.

It has now become a common outcry by the district councils in the northern border districts of Karonga and Chitipa where poor developmental projects have become the order of the day.

The Malawi government is coming under pressure from residents of Mwabulambo in Karonga district.

The Catholic Development Commission in Malawi (CADECOM) has launched a tree planting exercise at Majighandulo full primary school in Karonga district.

The Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development through the Land Resources Conservation department has initiated the establishment of a National Agro forestry month.

The Malawi Network of Aids Service Organisation MANASO has embarked on a campaign to combat discrimination against people living with HIV and AIDS in Malawi.

The Development Communications Trust (DCT) in collaboration with Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) have joined hands to empower communities in the country to track funds allocated to different projects.

People in Karonga district have been granted the opportunity to freely voice out their concerns to improve social service delivery in their areas to meet their demands through a government’s initiated program popularly known as the Service Charter.

Social service users in Karonga have bemoaned the poor infrastructures that are being constructed by the local government.

300 hunger stricken have received at least 25 kilograms bags of maize each from the Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM).

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