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Bright Malenga

Bright Malenga is a Malawian young Media and Communications ethusiast. He is currently pursuing Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication (BSc MAC) at Islamic University in Uganda (IUIU).

Agricultural Production Survey Reveals Increase in Production

The Ministry of Agriculture Irrigation and Water Development says the First Round of Agricultural production survey has established that there is an increase in Cereal, Legumes, Roots, Livestock and Fish production. The ministry says there is an increase in maize production of 8.8 percent from 3,391,924 Metric tonnes in 2018/2019 …

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Dowa Council Asked to Facilitate Heritage Elements

The Department of Museums and Monuments has asked the office of the District Commissioner in Dowa district to facilitate the compilation of the heritage elements of the district after which it can conduct the research to validate their significance. The call has been made by the Director of the Department, …

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Bwalo la Chewa Hails Government for Supporting Chiefs

Bwalo la Chewa Foundation( BOLA- CEFO), has hailed government for considering that Paramount Chiefs in Malawi be holding diplomatic passports just like Cabinet Ministers, MPs and Senior government officials. The Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development finalized planning that chiefs starting from Sub Traditional Authorities( STAs) be accorded Very …

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Youth NGO to implement “Aphunzire project” in Dowa

Tsogolo Youth Network with support from USAID through World Connection will implement a six months ” Aphunzire project” targeting secondary school students in Dowa district. The Network will target 60 students who are documented to be poorly performed at Nanthomba secondary school located at the hub of Dowa boma. The …

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Heavy Rains Sink Nkhotakota

Heavy rains have caused floods leaving many people homeless in Dwangwa,Nkhotakota district on Thursday afternoon. One of the residents of the area , Linda Chisisili told Malawi Muslim Website that the rains hit the area causing floods that submerged houses and cars among others. She said the rains also submerged …

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