Zuleika Nanguwo

Zuleika Nanguwo

Some Malawians are complaining of an increase in attacks orchestrated by street connected children, especially in Blantyre city where they are causing panic among residents.

A country Climate and Development Report by the World Bank says Malawi’s rising debt could stifle efforts to implement the national development blueprint - Malawi 2063 - especially in financing climate-change-related actions.

Eduation experts say the country needs to do more in the Tertiary Education Selection as 53 percent of eligible students who applied to public universities have been left out, arguing this number is high and could affect their right to education.

The Malawi Investment and Trade Centre (MITC) is optimistic that the country’s exports will increase by 20 percent this year, among others, thanks to exposure of more exporters to international markets.

The World Bank has approved about K146 billion ($1m) for Malawi to help the country improve water and sanitation services and solid waste management services in the commercial city of Blantyre.

The Managing Director of Uganda's National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) Dr Silver Mugisha has been re-elected as African Water Association President and the East African country’s capital, Kampala, has been voted to host the next AFWA Congress and Exhibition which is scheduled for February 2025.

The International Forum of Professional Women for Water, Sanitation and Environment in Africa has highlighted the need to include women in policy and decision making in the water sector, observing that women suffer the most from the effects of poor sanitation.

The African Water Association AFWA has admitted that access to quality water remains a challenge in most African countries, with Malawi being among the top countries where people do not have access to safe and clean water.

Twenty journalists from across Africa are undergoing a two-day training ahead of the 21st African Water Association International Congress and Exhibition-7th International Faecal Sludge Management Conference to be held from 19 to 21 February 2023 in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.

Vendors plying their trade opposite Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) offices in Lilongwe insist they will not obey the order by the Lilongwe City Council for them to vacate the place.

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