The Malawi Council for the Handicapped (MACOHA) has emphasized the need for a shift in mindset regarding how individuals perceive those with various disabilities within their respective communities.
The Opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has emphasized the importance of party members working together and resolving their differences in order to secure victory in the upcoming 2025 elections.
A research conducted by Succeed, under Kamuzu University of Health Sciences, has revealed that individuals recovering from mental health issues continue to face exclusion.
The power utility body, Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM) says re-construction of power lines that were damaged by Tropical Cyclone Freddy (TCF) early this year will commence once importation of the materials is finalized.
A local grouping in Mulanje, Friends of Kamoto, has underscored the need to ensure that children are completing the education cycle.
The Phalombe Business Forum has raised a red-flag on corrupt practices in Michesi and Mulanje Forest Reserves where forest guards are allegedly receiving kick-backs from illegal charcoal producers to produce charcoal.
Chinolampeni Community Day Secondary School in Phalombe has been operating without a science laboratory and library for over two decades.
Oxfam Canada Chief Executive Director Lauren Ravon, says there is need of more support for people affected by the Tropical Cyclone Freddy (TCF) to aid them recover from the effects of the disaster which hit the southern region districts early this year.
Phalombe District Council has issued a stern warning to parents who are sending their children to work as house-boys where they are selling some items in various trading centres.
A charitable organization Operation Smile Malawi says it has reached 38 people who were affected by Tropical cyclone Freddy with food and iron sheets to help them recover from the shocks.