Latest reports from Department of Disaster Management Affairs [Dodma] on the ongoing assessments of Karonga floods indicate that three people have been killed.
LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-Young people converging at the first ever national youth conference on climate change under way in the capital Lilongwe have one voice, calling Malawi government include them
Raging floods have rendered over 300 households destitute in Karonga district amidst fears of a recurring Cholera outbreak.
Globally consistent and reliable power supply is fundamental to the broader development agenda.
LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-Inspector General (IG) of Police, Lexten Kachama, on Sunday said 2, 459 people died in road accidents in 2017, which is an increase from the previous year’s 2, 343 fatalities.
Malawi’s leading certified crops seed company, Seed Co has introduced a new Vitamin A Bio-fortified Orange hybrid maize seed in response to the climate change that has resulted in most farmers harv
Experts in the fisheries sector have said the annual fish stocks in Lake Malombe in Mangochi has dwindled from 20,000 metric tonnes to 4,000 metric tonnes over the past 25 years representing an 80
The country has registered strides in the Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) with more than 80 percent HIV free babies born from HIV positive mothers.
Fish farmers from Sub Traditional Authority Nkapita in Zomba have expressed concern of the early drying up of rivers which has affected supply of water to their fish ponds.
The country’s much awaited Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) report was launched this week with participants calls for Government to amend the 1981 Minerals and Mining Act.
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