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Germany to Construct K4.7Bn Nyika-Vwaza Water Scheme

Over 33 thousand households surrounding Nyika National Park and Vwaza Wildlife Game Reserve in Rumphi and Mzimba districts will soon start drinking portable water ending years of drinking unsafe water from sources which they have in some cases shared with wild animals.

Tobacco Farmers Demand Better Prices

Farmers in Rumphi have urged tobacco buyers to offer good prices during this year’s marketing season.

Chakwera Calls for Unity to Restore Malawi after Cyclone Freddy

President Lazarus Chakwera has called on Malawians not to politicise the effects of Cyclone Freddy but work together to achieve a greater length in restoring the country back to its economic functioning state.

NGO Dares Stakeholders on Human Trafficking

Duty bearers in Nkhata-Bay have been challenged to fight human trafficking by reporting such cases and sensitising communities about the evil practice.

18,000 Caregivers Still Missing on Government Payroll

At least 18 thousand trained early childhood caregivers are yet to start receiving government honoraria months after Capitol Hill committed to improve their welfare.

Nkhata-Bay Chiefs Lead Fight Against COVID-19; Cholera

Local leaders in Nkhata-Bay have vowed to take leading roles in the fight against Covid-19 and cholera as the district prepares for the launch of integrated Covid-19 Vaccination and Tithetse Cholera campaigns.

Over 30% of Boreholes in Rumphi Nonfunctional

District Water Development Officer for Rumphi Vincent Holowanya says 31.4% of boreholes in the district are non-functional.

25 Ethiopians Arrested in Chitipa For Illegal Entry

Police in Chitipa are keeping in custody 25 Ethiopians for allegedly entering the country without proper documents.

Two Arrested Over Fake Bank Notes

Police in Mzuzu have arrested two people over possession and usage of forged Malawi Kwacha notes and Tanzania Motorcycle blue books.

Govt to Reconsider Shipping Concession

Minister of transport and public works Jacob Hara has expressed dissatisfaction over the management of the Nkhata-Bay Jetty by concessionaire Mota Engil, saying it is deteriorating by each passing day.

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