MUST Student Died Due to Blood Loss - Postmortem
A postmortem conducted at Kamuzu University of Health Sciences (KUHES) in Blantyre has revealed that a Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) student, Michael Mapanje died of severe loss of blood (haemorrhages) due to head injuries following a fall from upstairs on campus.
650 AIP Beneficiaries in Thyolo Risk Hunger
All the 650 prospective beneficiaries of this year's Affordable Inputs Programme (AIP) in Group Village Headman (GVH) Mkawera in Thyolo are yet to have their Identity Cards scanned and none has accessed a bag of fertilizer since the onset of the programme.
MUST Student Dies After Falling From Upstairs
A Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) second year student, Michael Mapanje, has died after falling from a second floor of one of the buildings on campus.
4 Jailed for Torchin Bvumbwe Police
Limbe Senior Resident Magistrate, Byson Masonga, has sentenced four men to seven years imprisonment for torching Bvumbwe Police Sub-station in Thyolo in January last year.
74 Households Yet to Receive DoDMA Maize in Thyolo
At least 74 hunger-stricken families in two villages of Loti and Mkwata in the area of Senior chief Mphuka claim are yet to receive maize under the government's lean season intervention, a week after they were told to wait when others were receiving the items at Mkhathe.
Govt to Hold First Ever City Summits from Next Week
The ministry of local government says waste management will be top on the agenda as city council’s gear up for the first-ever series of city summits.
Project Last Mile Creating Demand for Covid Vaccine Uptake
In the wake of a looming Covid-19 fourth wave, Project Last Mile has embarked on a six-month campaign in Thyolo and Zomba districts to scale up Covid-19 vaccine uptake.
FPAM Orients Volunteers to Counter Covid-19 Misconceptions in Thyolo
The Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM) says there is a need to invest in interventions targeting the community structures in a bid to counter the existing misinformation on Covid-19 which has impacted negatively on HIV, TB and Malaria programmes.
Thyolo District Council Disburses K362 million to Cushion Families
Thyolo District Commissioner Rosemary Nawasha says many households are facing terrible hunger as they did not harvest enough last year besides shortage of land.
Apostle Kawinga Feeds 9, 000 Households
Apostle Clifford Kawinga of the Salvation for All Ministries International believes religious institutions have a greater role of helping to tackle the current social-economic needs of people facing countries across the globe.