The Nation
Mulanje Cable Cars project attracts UK investors
A team of United Kingdom investors is expected in Malawi before the end of the year to explore opportunities available in Mangochi and the Mulanje Cable Car project, Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism has said.
Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism, Salim Bagus, who had a...
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The Nation
Uterus ruins persist in public hospitals
On the morning
of July 17 2019, Madalitso Simpokolwe of Area 18 in Lilongwe gave birth by
Caesarean section at Bwaila District Hospital.
However, her
motherhood was short-lived as the baby died barely 48 hours later.
Before she
could fully grieve the loss of her first child, the...
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The Nation
Fisd in granites exploration in Mzimba
Foundation for Irrigation and Sustainable Development (Fisd)
has embarked on  granite rocks
exploration in Kafukule, Traditional Authority (T/A) Mtwalo in Mzimba.
The project comes at a time when chiefs in the district shut
down mining activities mostly done by nationals of China...
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Rising maize prices Hit poor families
Poor households have started engaging in consumption-based
coping mechanisms in response to rising maize prices, the Famine and Early
Systems Network (FewsNet) has said.
FewsNet Malawi Food Security Outlook for October 2019 to May 2020 indicates that despite near-average national...
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Is UDF on death bed?
UDF has won 50 percent of the six presidential elections
held since 1994.  But in the last three
elections, the party has faltered. The last elections were even more shocking;
the party president – son to the founding president of the once mighty
political grouping – Atupele Mulu...
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The Nation
Planning agency dates council authorities on mapping exercise
National Planning Commission (NPC) has challenged city and town council
authorities to prepare for the expected mapping exercise, saying priorities for
the undertaking will come from them.
Speaking on Monday
in Blantyre at a dinner organised for chief executive officers of city a...
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Water shortage worries Kasungu residents
Water shortage has hit
Kasungu Municipality, forcing some residents to draw water from unsafe sources
such as wells and rivers.
The worst hit areas are
Kasungu Township, Belele, Chiteyeye, Gundani, Kaning’a, Kasalika and Maplot
where residents go up to five days without running w...
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