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Chirumba Barracks Roadblock Staying Put – Government

Government says it will not remove the checkpoint at Chirumba Barracks in Karonga where some traders have been complaining of mistreatment by soldiers when they transport their goods.

Local NGO to Vaccine 60,000 Pets in Mzimba North & Rumphi

A Mzuzu-based local non-organizational organisation called Center for Community Empowerment Initiative (CCEI) says it will provide anti-rabies vaccine to 60,000 pets like dogs in Rumphi and Mzimba North covering Mzuzu city by December this year.

CHREAA & SALC Pen President Chakwera to Pardon Best MSCE Students

The Centre for Human Rights Education, Assistance and Advice (CHREAA) and Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) have jointly written President Lazarus Chakwera to pardon two prisoners who have been selected to pursue various education careers with the country's public universities.

Likoma Ward Councilor Warns Parents Against Child Labour

Vice Council Chairperson for Likoma District Council Ernest Gulu has warned of unspecified action against parents who will subject their children to child Labour during the school holiday.

Nkhata Bay Wins K60 million in Afikepo Project

The Catholic Relief Services (CRS) has rewarded Nkhata Bay with K 60 million after being declared as the best-performing nutrition coordinating structure in 10 districts where Afikepo programme which is aimed at increasing and diversifying dietary intake at a household level is being implemented.

Malawi to Host 2023 IVETA TEVET Conference

The Technical, Entrepreneurial and Vocational Education and Training Authority says over 50 countries are expected to participate in International Vocational Education and Training Association (IVETA) world conference slated for Lilongwe this November.

Authorities in Mzimba Calls for Increased Awareness to SafeGuard Children Against Online Abuse

Mzimba South district social welfare office has urged parents to closely monitor their children's use of cyber spaces to ensure that they are not prone to online abuse.

Stalling of GM Cowpea Trial Depriving Malawi of Economic Benefits

As climate change continues to impact negatively on farming in the country with most traditional cash crops not giving desired results, experts have been suggesting the need to promote other crops as a way of filling the gap.

Ministry Launches Advocacy & Comm Strategy on Child Labor

The Ministry of Labor has launched the National advocacy and communication strategy which has been described as key in the dissemination of messages and measures aimed at fighting child labor in the country.

Seven Die in Karonga Road Accident

Seven people died on Sunday while 43 others sustained various degrees of injury after a vehicle in which they were travelling overturned at Mlare in Karonga.

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