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
Malawi government’s money amounting to M247 billion is going down the drain yearly due to stunting amongst under-five children.
Ministry of Natural Resources Energy and Mining Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services alongside Department of Disaster Management Affairs have taken a new approach in Managing Cl
More than 2.8 million people will face hunger in the coming months in the worst food crisis in a decade in Malawi, where a staggering four out of every 10 children suffer from stunting, the United
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