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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...
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Msundwe saga haunts police
Pressure is mounting on
Malawi Police Service (MPS) to name, shame and prosecute its officers who
allegedly raped women in and around Msundwe area along the Lilongwe-Mchinji
Road in October last year.
Following a news conference addressed by Deputy Inspector General (Administrati...
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Microfinance institutions credit growth up 53%
The Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) says microfinance institutions registered a 53 percent growth in the just-ended year as loans jumped from K32 billion at the beginning of last year to K49 billion by November 2019.
RBM spokesperson Mbane Ngwira in a written response on Monday, att...
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Dowa people reject ‘rotten’ relief maize
Dozens of
people in Dowa have returned the relief maize they received from the Department
of Disaster Management Affairs (Dodma) because it is rotten.
This happened
in the Nachisaka Extension Planning Area (EPA) in the district and the issue
has brought tension between the commun...
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Remain calm as we await court ruling—MP
Phalombe North legislator
Anna Kachikho has asked people to refrain from political violence as the
country awaits a court ruling on the May 21 2019 presidential election petition
case.
She made the remarks on Friday when she attended prayers organised by religious group in the di...
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Men’s role in child health
There was a time 51-year-old tomato farmer, Philemon Kanema Banda, used
to care about his community’s perceptions on the role of men in raising
children.
The unwritten rules and norms on what was expected of men and women
used to bother Philemon a lot.
So, he watched from a dista...
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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...
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