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2017-11-17 Group to Build LGBTI Inclusiveness Among Faith Community
[Nyasa Times] One of Malawi's faith based organisations Malawi Network of Religious Leaders Living with or Personally Affected with HIV and Aids (MANERELA) has embarked on a new project under the theme 'Building LGBTI Inclusive Faith Communities in Malawi'.

2017-11-17 Over 70 000 People Registered to Be Diabetic
[Nyasa Times] About 70,000 people in the country are registered to be diabetic an indication that more might be affected by the disease.

2017-11-17 CMST Holds Stakeholder Review Meeting, Over 70,000 People Diabetic
[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -About 70,000 people in the country are registered to be diabetic an indication that more might be affected by the disease.

2017-11-17 Nsanje Records First Cholera Case
[Nyasa Times] Nsanje District has recorded its first cholera case; health authorities have confirmed.

2017-11-17 Wandale Suspects Plot to Kill Him At Zomba Mental Hospital
[Nyasa Times] The self-proclaimed 'supreme leader' of the so-called independent country, United States of Mulanje and Thyolo (Must), Vincent Wandale,has said he fears that the government wants to kill him at Zomba Mental Hospital where the court has ordered him to go for treatment after medical doctors said he is suffering from a mental disorder.

2017-11-17 Malawi 'Still Monitoring Situation in Zimbabwe'
[Nyasa Times] More and more organizations and governments are now coming out of their cocoon and start reacting to the events which started unfolding in Zimbabwe from the past few days after soldiers seized power from President Robert Mugabe.

2017-11-17 Stunting Needs to Be Dealt With Collectively - World Vision Malawi
[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -World Vision Malawi (WVM) has said issues of stunting among children in the country need collective approach in order to address it.

2017-11-17 Rain Storm Damages Over 50 Houses in Mangochi
[Malawi News Agency] Mangochi -Mangochi District Council has established that the stormy rain that poured on early this week in the district has left over 52 houses damages in two villages of Matambo and Chipalamawamba in the area of Traditional Authority Mponda.

2017-11-17 Chiradzulu Dho to Have Modern Toilets
[Malawi News Agency] Chiradzulu -Campaign for Health Education, Sanitation and Hygiene (CAHESH) says it will construct modern toilets at Chiradzulu District Hospital which will help improve sanitation and hygiene and incorporate people with physical challenges.

2017-11-17 Yoneco Rescues 152 Children From Child Labour
[Malawi News Agency] Mchinji -Youth net and counseling (Yoneco), a local organisation working on child protection has for a period of one year rescued over 152 children from child labour in Mchinji in two education zones of Kapiri and Gumba respectively.

2017-11-17 Story Workshop Takes TB Awareness to Nsanje Prison Inmates
[Malawi News Agency] Nsanje -Story Workshop has advised Nsanje inmates to undergo Tuberculosis (TB) testing since they are vulnerable to such diseases.

2017-11-17 Nsanje Records First Cholera Case
[Malawi News Agency] Nsanje -Nsanje District has recorded its first cholera case; health authorities have confirmed.

2017-11-17 Traditional Chiefs Demand Mutharika Apology
[Nyasa Times] Paramount Chiefs, Senior Chiefs and Traditional Authorities of the Northern Region have pressed President Peter Mutharika to apologise to Nkhamanga Kingdom in Rumphi following the fracas on September 30 when members of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) wreaked havoc at the Gonapamuhanya ceremony.

2017-11-17 Malawi Watch Tips Chakwera On Opposition Role
[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -A local human rights organization Malawi Watch has urged the Leader of Opposition in Parliament, Rev. Dr. Lazarus Chakwera to offer solutions and alternatives policies to government in Parliament instead of just ranting.

2017-11-17 Chikwawa Man Gets 10 Years in Hard Labour for Defilement
[Malawi News Agency] Chikwawa -Chikwawa First Grade Magistrate's Court on Wednesday sentenced Allan Chauma, 25, to 10 years Imprisonment with Hard Labour (IHL) after finding him guilty of defiling an eight year old girl (name withheld).

2017-11-17 Expert Says 'No Oil Yet' in Lake
[Nyasa Times] Communities in Karonga--spearheaded by Karonga Forum for Oil and Gas and Karonga for Youth and Justice (KYJD)--have vowed to fight HAMRA Oil, a company that is currently studying whether or not there is oil on Lake Malawi.

2017-11-16 Police Recording Increase Cases of Defilement in Dedza
[Malawi News Agency] Dedza -Police in Dedza says it is recording increases number of cases of defilement in the district despite awareness campaigns it has been conducting to discourage the malpractice.

2017-11-16 Kasungu District Hospital Benefits From the Government Solar Project
[Malawi News Agency] Kasungu -In the wake of frequent power outages, Kasungu District Hospital has become a beneficiary of solar powered electricity.

2017-11-16 Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority to Take On 'Illegal' Filling Station Developers
[Nyasa Times] Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA) says construction of new service stations will now undergo tough scrutiny as one way of ensuring safety and quality service delivery from filling stations in the country.

2017-11-16 MP Faults Minister Tembenu for Beating Around the Bush Over Electoral Reforms Bill
[Nyasa Times] Kasungu Centra MP (Malawi Congress Party) on Wednesday accused Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Samuel Tembenu of deliberately giving half answers to questions posed to him in Parliament on the status of tabling the the Electoral Reforms Bill.

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