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APAM Tells Govt To Hire More Dermatologists

The Association of Persons with Albinism (APAM) has deplored inadequate health care personnel called dermatologists who deal with skin cancer diseases on people like some of its members in the country's hospitals.

SA Laboratory Tests Uranium Samples from Livingstonia and Chilumba

Lotus Resources Limited a company that has bought the Kayerekera Uranium mine in Karonga has disclosed that it has sent mineral samples to a South African laboratory to ascertain whether deposits in their new sites in Livingstonia in Rumphi and Chilumba area in Karonga contain Uranium. 

Gov Cautions Firms on Mining Loyalties

The government has conceded that some mining companies are not remitting royalties to Capital Hill citing, the CPL- Mchenga coal mine in Rumphi which is yet to settle over K100 million tax bills.

TUM Tackling Child labor in Tea And Coffee Supply Chains

Teachers Union of Malaŵi TUM  has expressed concern with continued child labor in tea and coffee supply chains a development it has described as being retrogressive in the education and future of children.

40% of Girls in Pvt Schools Miss Classes During Menses in Malawi - Officials

The Private Schools Employees Union of Malawi has said, 40 percent of girls in private schools miss classes when they are in the menstruation cycle in the country.

Recycled Fingerings, Scarcity of Feed Major Set Backs in Fisheries Sector. Officials

The Department of Fisheries says the use of recycled fish fingerings by fish farmers and scarcity of fish feed are major setbacks rocking the sector which has the potential to provide for the country's nutritional security as fish forms 70% of dietary protein intake among Malawians.

Govt Engage Chitipa District Council Stakeholders In Conflict Management

In a bid to promote peace building and conflict management among people in the Chitipa, the Ministry of Civic Education and National Unity on Monday held an engagement meeting with district stakeholders in conflict mapping for the district.

LCI Dares Newly Inducted Karonga Members To Be Resourceful

The District Governor for Lions Clubs International 412 B responsible for Malawi and Mozambique, Lion Victor Gondwe says the addition of another club signifies the growth in service and leadership.

Malawi Slowly Losing Cultural Values - Experts

Culture and Arts experts in the country say Malawi has lost its cultural identity by approximately 40% due to modernization.

Give Us Back Our Money - Bowe Communities In Rumphi Asks ESCOM

Communities of Bowe in the area of Traditional Authority Chikulamayembe in Rumphi are demanding back their money from the Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM), accusing it of failing to connect their houses to power for over three years now.

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