MOMA Power Interconnector Project Works Commences
The Mozambique – Malawi (MOMA) power interconnection deal with Mozambique is expected to materialize by December this year 2023, following the commencement of construction work for towers to carry the 400KV lines from Mathambo power station to Phombeya in Balaka.
TNM Donates K20 millon to Cyclone Freddy Survivors in Chikwawa
Senior Group Village Headman Savala of Traditional Authority Makhwira in Chikwawa has suggested a deliberate move for government in post recovery to replace some valuables such as National IDs that tropical cyclone Freddy survivors have lost.
NRWB Donates K5 million Items to Cyclone Survivors in Thyolo
Thyolo District Commissioner, Rosemary Nawasha has sounded an SOS for more support to cyclone Freddy survivors, reporting that many camps are yet to be reached a week on.
Roads Authority Commences Temporary Road Restoration in the South
Roads Authority says it is making huge progress in restoring roads connectivity in 43 spots which were cut off by Cyclone Freddy in the southern region.
MUST Wins the Cyber Security Most Creative Policy Response Award in US
Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) Cyber Technophiles has won a Most Creative Policy Response award at a two-day Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge in Washington DC, America.
Govt Uncertain on School Re-opening in the South
Ministry of education is uncertain of schools reopening next week in the southern region districts due to the extent of damage on some facilities like roads caused by the Tropical Cyclone Freddy.
TAML Engages Headteachers to Address Pupils Security Concerns
The Tea Association of Malawi (TAML) chief executive officer, Tonda Chinangwa says they are now engaging administrators for schools surrounding its estates to address security concerns to avoid a repeat of a gruesome murder of a 12-year-old school girl in Thyolo, January this year.
Damaged Roads Network Affect Tropical Cyclone Freddy Relief Distribution in Thyolo
Thyolo District Commissioner, Rosemary Nawasha says destruction of bridges and road network is affecting efforts to reach survivors of Tropical Cyclone Freddy with relief items in camps.
Thyolo District Council Calls for District Hospital Water Bill Bailout
Thyolo District Council has asked the Ministry of Water and Sanitation to intervene in settling the accrued K70 million water debt that the district hospital owes the Southern Region Water Board (SRWB).
Govt Concedes Malawi Not Safe for Elderlies
Government has expressed sadness over the delays to conclude some cases of abusing the elderly on witchcraft accusations.