Integrated Production System also known as contract farming enables tobacco growers in the country to grow the leaf in a...

Persistent rainfall that has been pelting Karonga district since Saturday, is reported to have killed three people and...

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The District Commissioner for Salima, Rodney Simwaka, has warned the public that the road to Kamuzu Bridge on the M5 Road...

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Karonga Water Advisory Council this week launched a forestation campaign that will see the organization planting 8, 000...

Government has urged communities around Dzalanyama Forest Reserve in Lilongwe to preserve trees to reduce water shortages. Chief...

Oxfam which is one of the organizations dealing with mine issues has on Monday called for an investigation into whether there was corruption in the issuing of petroleum licences or production sharing agreements (PSAs) between government and companies. The organization said this through its report which it presented in Lilongwe. According to the report,...

JENDA, MZIMBA (Maravi Post)—A Bus belonging to Ma Tours Bus Company was on Wednesday night involved in an accident which saw two women and a child dead and several others seriously injured. According to Mzimba Police spokesperson Patrick Botha, the bus which was travelling from Mzuzu to Lilongwe was involved in this fatal accident around 9:30 pm Wednesday...

BLANTYRE-(MaraviPost)–Khato Civil Engineers has given a word of hope to the jobless youths in the country, saying 4000 jobs will be created once the $500 million Lake Malawi water project commences. The project which involves pumping water from Lake Malawi in Salima is being managed by Lilongwe Water Board but contracted to Khato whose chairperson...

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A severely disabled young lady from Germany has found the cure for her medically incurable disease in the unlikeliest of...

Lilongwe-(MaraviPost) – International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) President Kanayo  Nwanze has scheduled to visit two developing nations; Malawi and Mozambique with an aim of appreciating effects of climate change including El Niño and La Niña. The IFAD President Nwanze will visit Malawi and Mozambique from January 30 to February...