Sunday, February 25, 2024

Sylvester Kumwenda - Mana

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Dowa Council approves K28.562 billion budget

Dowa District Council on Saturday approved a budget of about K28.5 billion for the implementation of activities for the 2024-2025 financial year with a call for prudent use of resources.

Council for improved hygienic practices

Chairperson for Dowa district council Mayamiko Kambewa has asked people in the district to observe good hygiene practices especially during this rainy season, to avoid the risk of outbreaks of water borne diseases.

World Bank mission commends Dowa on GESD/PBG

A World Bank mission has commended Dowa district council for what it described as good implementation of Governance to Enable Service Delivery (GESD) and Performance Based Grants (PBG) projects in the district.
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Three drown after heavy rains in Mponela

Three people in Dowa have died after being washed away by flooding waters from prolonged heavy rains on Saturday in the district.

Man arrested for illegal possession of fire arm

Police at Mponela in Dowa have arrested a 26-year-old man for illegally possessing a firearm.

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Chakwera hails late Geingob as a great freedom fighter

President Dr Lazarus Chakwera has hailed the late President of the Republic of Namibia, Hage Geingob, as an icon and hero of the African continent who played a pivotal role as a freedom fighter.

ATM Strategy to boost Malawi’s Economy in 2024/2025 Budget

Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Simplex Chithyola Banda, says government has committed itself to recover the country’s economy through Agriculture, Tourism and Mining (ATM) strategy.

Govt presents optimistic MK5.89tn aimed at increasing production, putting money in people’s pockets

The Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Simplex Chithyola Banda, on Friday afternoon presented the MK5.89 trillion 2024-2025 national budget that spells out a number of interventions aimed at healing the national economy.

Truth behind protracted battle between LCC and Nsungwi residents over developments along the graveyard

There has been a continued wrangle between Lilongwe City, Block Leaders, and some shop developers at Nsungwi market or Kabwabwa graveyard.
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