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News In Southern Region (2421)

Police Hunting Chilima's 'Resignation' Letter Author

The Malawi Police Service (MPS) has launched an investigation to track the author of a 'fake letter' purporting the resignation of state vice president Saulos Chilima.

Councilors Push for Food Distribution to Cholera Patients

As the cholera outbreak continues to hit most parts of the country, three ward councilors of the most affected areas of Makhetha, Limbe and Bangwe in Blantyre say apart from providing treatment to patients, the government and development partners need to consider supplying food aid to those receiving treatment in cholera units.

ESCOM for Resilient Power Structures in the Shire Valley

The country’s power utility body says it will replace its current structures in Nsanje with more resilient ones as a long-term solution to frequent power outages which some parts of the district usually experience during the rainy season.

Over 100 MPs Respond to AIP Logistics

Minister of agriculture, Sam Kawale, says they are receiving overwhelming response from parliamentarians to help in dispatching Affordable Inputs Programme (AIP) fertiliser from the warehouses to the beneficiaries.

Fall Armyworms Attack 7950 Hectares in Thyolo

Agriculture authorities in Thyolo say the fall armyworms have attacked 7, 950 hectares of crops in the district.

NOMN Supports Servants Strike

National Organisation of Nurses and Midwifes of Malawi (NONM) says it is supporting the planned civil servants nationwide strikes organised by the Malawi Congress of Trade Union (MCTU) and Teachers Union of Malawi (TUM) next week.

Balaka Brothers Find Fortune in Tyre Body Plies

Balaka based brothers, Wiski and Lapken Hassan, have for twenty years now been surviving and employing young people on tyre body plies trade (linya).

Thyolo Businessman Robbed of K10 million

A Thyolo based businessman, Henry Manyenga, was last night robbed of K10 million and a Toyota Hilux double cabin motor vehicle at Luchenza.

Fighting Cholera on Two Fronts

Malawi started experiencing dry cholera in March 2022 of which instead of focusing on preparedness for the rainy season, she started responding to an outbreak during dry season.

CHAM Migrating Payroll into HIMS in February

The Christian Health Association of Malawi (CHAM) says the long-awaited payroll migration into the government’s Human Resources Management Information System (HRMIS) will commence in February this year.

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