Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Local News (1034)

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 National Youth Network for Climate Change (NYNCC) has called upon Malawi government to review the Minerals and Petroleum Acts in the country.

Food relief response continues to trek in to households that were affected by heavy rains in Ntcheu district.

Communities of Ntcheu South Constituency are accusing their Member of Parliament of gross mismanagement of funds.

Children under the age of five from St Pauls’ in Mzimba will learning in a descent classroom following the completion of a MK 2.5 million children’s centre courtesy of the Kristie Rose Foundation.

A Malawian legislator has spoken highly on the need for fellow parliamentarians to supervise and monitor project implementation in their areas.

Government on Monday called upon Malawians to respect and support women in whatever they do to make Malawi a better country to live in.

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

A cervical cancer treatment pioneered in Dundee has been hailed as a low-cost alternative to tackle the disease in developing countries after the success of a three-year screening programme in Malawi.

The public is piling pressure on Parks and wildlife officials to spring into action, after a crocodile mauled to death a young man in Mangochi district.

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