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Our Reporter on 21st Jan

Since December 2014, Malawi has been receiving torrential rainfall. During the past few weeks, this has caused devastating floods across the nation, especially in the southern Districts. As a result, at least 176 people have been killed and over 200,000 people have been displaced. The floods have also heavily impacted the ability for communities to...

Our Reporter on 21st Jan

NANCY SIAME, Lusaka GOVERNMENT has donated relief emergency relief items to Malawi to help it cope with devastating effects of the floods, acting President Guy Scott has announced. The acting President made the announcement at a press briefing at his office yesterday. The donation includes K140, 000 cash, 300 units of tents valued at K1, 650,000...

Our Reporter on 21st Jan

Blantyre, January 20: Members of the Dikamawako Arts intend to screen the movie B’ella in all secondary schools across the country under the ‘B’ella in schools’ project. Director of the movie and founder of Dikamawako Arts Tawonga Nkhonjera told Malawi News Agency-Mana ahead of the screening of the movie at St Andrews high School on January...

Our Reporter on 20th Jan

Zambia extended presidential elections into a second day as torrential rain left some polling stations unable to open. Voting will continue on Wednesday when 51 stations will open for the first time, according to the electoral commission. Polls had been due to close at 6 p.m. local time Tuesday. The announcement of final results, scheduled for Jan....

Our Reporter on 20th Jan

LILONGWE, Malawi: -In the last fortnight, Malawi and Mozambique have been at the receiving end of Tropical Cyclone Bansi, which exacerbated seasonal rains in the two countries. In Malawi, 176 people are confirmed dead, 174 114(22 000 households) are displaced and 150 are still missing in Nsanje, according to the office of the Vice President. ...

Our Reporter on 20th Jan

ATLANTA, Georgia, January 20 (MaraviPost): Steve Matenje Malawi’s Ambassador to the United states based in Washington DC would like to inform all Malawians resident in Canada and the United States that His Excellency Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi, has, pursuant to the Disaster Preparedness and Relief Act, Chapter...

Our Reporter on 20th Jan

United Kingdom (UK) Department for International Development (DFID) announced Monday that it has provided emergency assistance ranging from food to nonfood items to people affected by floods in Malawi. The assistance include food, water, shelter and sanitation services. ...

Our Reporter on 20th Jan

Nsanje, January 20: More than 1000 people affected by floods in Nsanje are stranded in Mozambique, Malawi News Agency has learnt. Nsanje District Commissioner Harry Phiri confirmed the development in an interview, and said most of those seeking refuge in Mozambique were from the area of Chief Nyachikadza. ...

Our Reporter on 20th Jan

Blantyre, January 20: The Civil Society Agriculture Network (CISANET) has commended Government for acknowledging with speed the grave situation caused by floods in many parts of the country. CISANET National Director Tamani Nkhono-Mvula noted on Monday that the move has not only raised awareness about the crisis but also triggered swift responses from...

Our Reporter on 20th Jan

Blantyre, January 20: Authorities at the Henry Henderson Institute (HHI) Secondary School in Blantyre have closed down the institution due to intermittent supply of water, a problem that has hit the entire Commercial City for about three weeks. Moses Kasitomu, the Education Secretary for Blantyre Synod confirmed the development in an interview with...