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Hunter arrested for possessing elephant ivory

Police in Nkhotakota are keeping in custody Samuel Kaliati 34, for allegedly killing an elephant in protected Nkhotakota Game Reserve. Nkhotakota police publicist Williams Kaponda said the suspect who hails from Mugando village in the area of senior chief Kanyenda in the district, was found with a pair of ivory …

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NICE Trust stresses on peaceful coexistence among Muslims and Christians

NICE Trust has asked Muslims and Christians in the country to continue living peacefully despite their different religious beliefs. NICE Trust Executive Director Ollen Mwalubunju made the remarks on Tuesday when he opened a training on peace-building as Malawi awaits for the determination from the Constitutional Court on the presidential …

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Man fined over FISP coupons

The Mangochi First Grade Magistrate Court on wednesday fined wellington maphuwa K150,000.00 or in default serve a 2 years imprisonment with hard labour for found with stolen 207 Farm Inputs Subsidy Program (FISP) coupons. Mangochi police public relations officer Inspector Rodrick Maida said through state prosecutor Assistant Superintendent Efford Kamphonje …

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Malawi Red Cross Society in Open Defecation Free drive

Malawi Red Cross Society (MRCS) cerebrates the reduction of the diarrheal cases and diarrheal related deaths in many areas of Chikwawa, Mangochi, Mwanza Salima and Mzimba where it is implementing community based Health and care projects and community resilience project. Sam Malunga from Julaye village in the area of Traditional …

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MBTS tells Malawians to expose incompetent health workers

Malawi Blood Transfusion Services (MBTS) has advised Malawians to inform the organisation about malpractices such as health workers who sell blood at government hospitals, inappropriate relationships with blood donors and poor attitude towards blood donors. MBTS has urged Malawians to blow the whistle and be part of the solution. “Malawi …

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GENET Commemorates youth day in Dowa

Girls Empowerment Network (GENET) recently joined the international, national and local communities in Dowa district to commemorate this year’s International Youth Day, which highlighted the need to make education more relevant, equitable and inclusive for all the youth. The commemoration was organized in partnership with DAPP, USAID, World Vision and …

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