Nyasa Times
UN, Malawi government outline development plans for 2020
Malawi Government and the United Nations (UN) have signed a joint annual work plan for 2020 to accelerate the country’s efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Chief Secretary to the Government Lloyd Muhara and the UN Resident Coordinator for Malawi Maria Jose To...
Views : 0. Votes : 0. Shares : 0.
Nyasa Times
Malawi scores highly on  global 90:90:90 HIV targets
Malawi has beaten the United Nations Programme on HIV and Aids (UNAids) global HIV targets, a development that has given hope to the players that the country could be on the right path towards eradicating the epidemic by 2030. The global HIV targets seek the countries’ commitment...
Views : 4. Votes : 0. Shares : 0.
Nyasa Times
Inside EU observer report on Malawi elections: An inference
The European Union Elections Observer Mission (EU EOM) team is expected to present a final report on the controversial 2019 elections. In order to anticipate the contents of the final report, Mallick Mnela combed through the initial report and analyzed earlier findings of the Mis...
Views : 25. Votes : 0. Shares : 0.
The Nation
Apam demands inquiry report on PWAs killings
Association of People with Albinism in Malawi (Apam) has demanded the immediate release of a report from a commission of inquiry set up early 2019 to investigate killings of people with albinism (PWAs).
But Minister of
Information, Civic Education and Communications Technology Ma...
Views : 17. Votes : 0. Shares : 0.
The Nation
Mozambique rues Malawi-bound charcoal
A Mozambican forester with business cards printed on the
flipside of used calendars and posters to save trees has lamented Malawians’ appetite
for charcoal smuggled from his country.
Joaquim Armando Macuacua, head of mapping and data
management in Mozambique’s National Directorat...
Views : 18. Votes : 0. Shares : 0.
Views : 17. Votes : 0. Shares : 0.
Nyasa Times
Malawi gets new UN armoured vehicles for peace keeping mission
Malawi Defence Force (MDF) has received a new fleet of armoured vehicles from the United Nation (UN) to help the Malawi soldiers in their peace keeping mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The armoured vehicles were delivered to Malawi from South Africa through vehicle ca...
Views : 17. Votes : 0. Shares : 0.
The Nation
Rethinking food systems
he way we produce, consume and
discard food is no longer sustainable. That much is clear from the recent  UN climate change report  which warns that we must rethink how we
produce our food—and quickly—to avoid the most devastating impacts of global
food production, including mass...
Views : 5. Votes : 0. Shares : 0.