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Chilima Refuses to Comment on Satter Issues

Vice President Saulos Chilima says he cannot comment on what is contained in court affidavits in a London court where he is named as being one of the beneficiaries of suspected corruption, bribery, and fraud in the Zuneth Satter Case.

Vendors Scramble for Sugar in Chitipa

Vendors in Chitipa district on Wednesday morning scrambled to buy bales of sugar at Chipiku Stores shop at the Boma following rumours that the commodity might become scarce in the district, as we run up to month-end.

Dr. Chilima Happy With Rumphi District Council Disaster Risk Management

Vice president Dr. Saulos Chilima has expressed satisfaction with the efforts the Rumphi district council is doing towards disaster risk management.

Access to Clean Water Still a Challenge in Rumphi

30 percent of people in Rumphi have no access to safe and clean water, the district water office has said.

NGO Intensifies Mobile Court Sessions

Small Producers, Development and Transporters Association ( SPRODETA) has intensified mobile court sessions through its K113 million Empowering Vulnerable Populations through Climate Smart and Agro-Ecological practices project in the Mzimba and Rumphi districts.

Government To Lobby For Increased Payments In Social Cash Transfer Program

Deputy Minister of Gender Community Development and Social Welfare, Agnes Mkusa Nkhoma says government is excited to note that many families under the Social Cash Transfer program are slowly moving out of poverty. 

UTM Suspends its Regional Secretary for the North Over Immigration Court Case

UTM has with immediate effect suspended its regional secretary for the north Jane Mbale on allegations that she used a party vehicle to smuggle three illegal immigrants from Karonga going towards Mzuzu, last week.

140 Illegal Immigrants Arrested in Mzimba

The Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services in conjunction with police in the north have arrested 140 illegal immigrants and two Malawian nationals in connection to immigration-related offenses.

Declare Likoma Disaster Prone, Stakeholders Urge Govt

Stakeholders have recommended to government and its partners to declare Likoma and Chizumulu Islands prone district to disaster occurrences due to its geographical position which is a key risk factor threatening lives and property of the Island people.

Deficiency in AIP Policy Guideline Betraying Food Security

As the Affordable Input Program (AIP) remains the Malawi government’s bullet of shooting down hunger and poverty, the fight is facing another fierce enemy which has grossly interfered and compromised drive to promote the Malawi Development Goals (MDGs) on food security and poverty reduction at a household level by 2030.

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