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CISONECC engages media in...

Civil Society Organization on Climate Change (CISONECC) has said that media was critical in raising messages regarding climate change impacts.

Christian Aid, CICOD donate...

Christian Aid and Circle for Integrated Community Development (CICOD) on Friday,  donated Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) items to people affected by Cyclone Freddy at Ngabu Sports Club Camp and Pakamwa Camp in the areas of Traditional Authorities Ngabu and Makhuwira. 

Japan donates 28 vehicles,...

The Japanese Government, through Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), has donated 28 three tonner hino trucks and five units of cold rooms with generators to the Malawi Government.

Chilima for speedy rehabilitation...

Vice President, Dr. Saulos Chilima on Thursday  called for speedy rehabilitation of Muloza bridge which was partly swept away by floods.

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Malawi Govt sees potential in science and technology, commits to financing it for wealth creation

Secretary to the Treasury (ST) Dr. MacDonald Mafuta Mwale has expressed Malawi Government’s commitment to providing continued financing for research, science, technology and innovation in an effort to achieve import substitution and wealth creation.

Vuwa Kaunda urges employment of information attaches in foreign embassies

Former Minister of Information in the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) administration, Symon Vuwa Kaunda, has urged the government to employ information attaches in its foreign missions to help in mobilizing resources for survivors of natural disasters.

Police recover 579 of 588 bags of relief maize DPP councilor Cosmas stole

Police in Liwonde have recovered 579 of the 588 bags of maize, which the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) councilor for Mlomba Ward, Alexander Cosmas, stole from survivors of the Tropical Cyclone Freddy in Machinga district.

Chakwera challenges developed countries to match words with action when helping cyclone survivors

Malawi President Dr. Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera has challenged world leaders to match their words of solidarity with action in helping people affected by Tropical Cyclone Freddy with relief assistance.

ICT skills as critical ingredients for fostering social, economic growth–AERC

African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) has highlighted Information and Communication Technology (ICT) skills as critical ingredients for fostering social and economic growth in Africa.

CONGOMA, MHEN worried with low Covid-19 vaccine uptake

Council for Non-Governmental Organization (CONGOMA) and Malawi Health Equity Network (MEHN) have expressed disappointment with the low Covid-19 uptake among Malawians despite numerous efforts to encourage people to get the jab.

Chakwera calls for repentance, confession of sins among Malawians

Malawi President Dr. Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera on Wednesday took time off his busy schedule to attend the Eminent Persons Forum, which was organized by the Evangelical Association of Malawi (EAM).

Donor confidence in Malawi Government improves as World Bank provides US$145m grant

Malawians have every reason to smile following the restoration of donor confidence in their government, with the World Bank being the latest bilateral partner to commit financial resources to the Malawi Government.

NICE, religious leaders preach against politicization of MW2063

National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) Public Trust and religious leaders in Balaka have decried the tendency by politicians to politicize national development programmes, stressing this suffocates efforts and energies invested to achieve them.

St. John Paul M’phakati CMO asks inmates to mend relationship with Christ during Lent

Catholic Men Organization (CMO) under St. John Paul M’phakati at Kaggwa Parish in Lilongwe has asked Catholics incarcerated in various correctional facilities across the country to use their time in jail to mend their relationship and deepen their faith in Jesus Christ.

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