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Elijah Phompho

Elijah Phompho

Government has come under heavy criticism from the Malawi Congress of Trade Union (MCTU) as well as the Employers Consultative Association of Malawi (ECAM) for failing to honour its obligation to sponsor two delegates from the two unions to attend the International Labour Conference currently underway in Geneva Switzerland.

Law enforcers in Chiradzulu have disclosed that the district has registered a sharp increase in crime rates between March and May 2023.

Parliamentarian for Blantyre City South Constituency, Noel Lipipa, has expressed desire for his constituency to be a model in as far as the prudent utilisation of the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) is concerned.

The Black Indigenous Business Network of Malawi a grouping of Malawian owned enterprises has challenged the cyclone Freddy Survivors to develop a spirit of entrepreneurship.

About 27 students undergoing an Integrated Social Protection (ISP) course at Magomero Community College in Chiradzulu have blamed the college authorities for delaying payment of their field placement allowances a development the students fear will affect their overall performance.

About 450 people from the areas of Group Village,  Headman Namulu, and Traditional Authority Kadewere in Chiradzulu are expected to venture into various small-scale businesses after being provided with the start-up capital.

Emmanuel University has vowed to enhance adherence to the guidelines, the Ministry of Education has instituted to ensure that learners in about ten southern region districts whose schools were closed due to Cyclone Freddy catch up with the time lost.

Sons and daughters of Chiradzulu, a grouping of people who have the origins of the district, has urged people who have not directly been affected by the cyclone Freddy and are living either within or outside the districts to be on the fore front in identifying long term solutions for the problem.

Some communities in the areas of Traditional Authorities (TAs) Kadewere and Ntchema in Chiradzulu East Constituency have expressed fear of the looming hunger which has been exacerbated by the Tropical Cyclone Freddy.

Some 632 families whose houses were partially demolished by the Cyclone Freddy in the Area of Tradition Authority Kapeni in Blantyre rural have returned to their respective homes giving room to primary schools learners to concentrate in their classes in camps which were in schools.

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