Government says the country through its development partners has managed to mobilise US$12.3 million to be used for fighting hunger.
Agriculture Development Officer for Balaka Denis Zingeni said the district is still carrying out an assessment of the fall armyworm outbreak in the district.
Dr Albert Changaya
Malawi continues to be affected by armyworms as the pest has destroyed half of Malawi’s planted irrigation maize this year.
An outbreak of rabies has hit Malawi’s northern region district of Chitipa, Malawi24 can report.
The second and final phase of the historic translocation of 500 elephants in Malawi is underway and this month 200 elephants will be translocated to their new environment.
A Malawian engineer has described the Lake Malawi water project as immoral and fraudulent saying its implementation will allow some individuals to rip off poor Malawians.
Latest statistics showing declining water levels in Lake Malawi are a cause for worry, an Environmental Rights Activist has said.
For the first time in two decades, cheetahs are wandering in Malawi as the African Parks has reintroduced four cheetahs to Liwonde National Park.
A political commentator, has advised the Malawi government to continue negotiating with neighbouring Tanzania on the Lake Malawi dispute before going to the International Court of Justice (ICJ).
The Civil Society Network on Climate Change (CISONECC) has called on Malawi government to approve a draft national meteorological policy in the country.
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