Senior Chief Makwangwala of Ntcheu says government should continue with the implementation of Affodable Inputs Programme in the country; claiming the citizery cannot afford the current price of fertilizer.
The chief also says the coming of President Dr Lazarus Chakwera in the district is historic; saying it is the first since he was voted into power in 2020.
He has however asked the president to consider the district with developmental activities; adding people in the district are committed to working with the government.
Eastern Region Police have arrested Jones Tewesa, former driver to Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) commissioner Linda Kunje a day after Read more
Malawi Police Service have confirmed the arrest of a fellow police officer, Sub Inspector David Chitsike, in connection to the Read more
Over 80 Ethiopian nationals and two Malawians have been arrested in Karonga on suspicion that they entered the country illegally Read more
Aug 07, 2022 Raphael Likaka Two of 30 demonstrators who were arrested in Balaka have been denied bail by the Read more
Police in Salima district have recovered 21 herds of cattle which are believed to have been dumped by unknown criminals Read more
Police in Lilongwe have arrested five people over vandalism and theft of ESCOM property. ESCOM said it has recovered about Read more
Children in Mpezeni Village in the area of Traditional Authority Nsamala in Balaka now have a chance to advance their Read more
The Department of Forestry has re-iterated that lack of sustainable energy alternatives remain the major cause of wanton cutting down Read more
Police in Salima have arrested a 29-year-old G4S guard, for allegedly stealing 16 railway line sleepers belonging to Central East Read more
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