KARONGA, (MaraviPost iReport): Malawi civil servants across the country, are expected to save their money and access loans at lower interest rates following the establishment of the new mega SACCO known as United Civil Servants SACCO (UCSS). The UCSS SACCO takeover the Tikwere SACCO which was the only SACCO in Karonga and Chitipa districts in the northern...

Gertude Mutharika

The First Lady, Dr Gertrude Mutharika says the battle against unnecessary deaths of women and children require collective...

Hunger in Malawi

KARONGA: Bishop Martin Mtumbuka of Roman Catholic Church in the Diocese of Karonga which carters three districts including...

Zambia Post

The decision to shut down the independent newspaper, The Post, is a deliberate ploy to silence the media ahead of the election,...

SADC

His Excellency Lt. General Dr Seretse Khama Ian Khama, President of the Republic of Botswana and Chairperson of the Southern...

Rome, 17 June 2016 – Representatives of thirteen international development agencies working in agriculture and rural development in Tanzania will look at local responses to El Niño impacts during their annual field visit in the Dodoma region from 15 to 17 June 2016. ...

South Africa Beautiful Coast

A natural, uncultivated and an uninhabited region, as ‘wild’ as it can possibly be, is the doppelgänger of South Africa’s...

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(15th June 2016) –  An estimated 41 million people – 23 per cent – of the 181 million rural population...

FEDOMA

KARONGA, Monday, June 13, 2016, (MaraviPost): —The Federation for Disability of Malawi (FEDOMA) has asked the country’s...

The Soweto Uprising 1976
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BBC Africa will bring audiences across the world special programming this week, marking the 40th anniversary of the June...