SALIMA-(MaraviPost) – The country’s clean water crisis remains unabated and efforts towards addressing waterborne disease may continue to be hampered with fresh revelation that about 7,000 househol
LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)- The Malawi Government made the wrong risk in purchasing the US$5 million Insurance from African Risk Capacity (ARC) to cover for the 2015/2016 el-Nino impact, with revelation
The rules of 1971 by U.N., cannot be the benchmark to be the tool of finding a lasting solution about the ownership of the dispute currently under mediation by SADC expendables in the name of Joaqu
LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)- Barely weeks after Tanzania come out clearly that it wants shares of the oil exploration proceeds in Lake Malawi, the latter has gone further and postponed the negotiation ta
LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-The Parliamentary Committee on Natural Resources and Climate Change, this week strongly denounced Malawi government’s decision on oil exploration in Lake Malawi, and argue tha
Neighbouring Mozambique last week identified three cases of cholera and has brought renewed fears of cholera outbreak among travelers, and some parts of the districts in the southern region of Mala
Heavy and persistent rainfall has destroyed several houses and hectares of crops in Dedza.
The most affected area include Mua which is within the area of Senior Chief Kachindamoto.
Barely a year after The Maravi Post exposed Carlsberg Malawi Limited’s of polluting Nankhaka River in the capital Lilongwe, the company has once again been accused of heavily contaminating Mudi Riv
African Parks, in collaboration with the Department of National Parks and Wildlife, are helping to preserve this threatened species by moving 500 elephants in one of the biggest events ever to happ
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