Sunday, 30 April 2017
 

Local News (1016)

The Phalombe First Grade Magistrate Court has sentenced a 23 year old man to 14 years Imprisonment for defiling his 11 year old stepdaughter.

With millions of Malawians still feeling the impact of hunger, one of the country’s development partners is planning to distribute maize and other legumes to learners in primary schools.

Rural communities are being encouraged to take a leading role in conserving the environment with the aim of sustaining water catchment areas in the country.

Representatives of National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE Trust) in Ntcheu district have hinted that promotion of good governance and democracy cannot be achieved if volunteers continue to travel long distances without a good mode of transport.

The Agriculture minister George Chaponda was this morning spotted sitting among fellow cabinet minister at the prayers to mark this year’s John Chilembwe commemorations in Chiradzulu district.

Nsanje District Health Office says there is an increase in mortality as recorded in its Nutrition Rehabilitation Unit (NRU) due to late HIV detection and malnutrition related complications.

A multimillion Dollar five year health package project is to roll out in Malawi targeting sixteen districts across the country.

About one million trees are expected to be planted in Mzimba during the 2016/17 National Tree Planting Season.

Maseko Ngoni Paramount Chief of Malawi, Gomani V has singled out corruption as the main contributor to the country’s under development.

Representatives of Foundation for Community Support Services (FOCUS) are of the view that community empowerment in health rights is the only solution in solving problems in the health sector.

Representatives of newly established humanitarian group are calling on the corporate world and well wishers to step up efforts to contain effects of the socio-economic challenges facing poor Malawians.

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