Maize shortage hits women in Malawi

Each night Esnart Phiri, a widow with five children, sleeps outside the gates of the state-run maize trader or Admarc market, in Malawi's capital...

TEA AUCTIONING – HOW WILL IT HELP MALAWI?

Malawi is the second largest tea producer in Africa and 12th in the world,it is estimated that Malawi supplies approximately 10 percent of tea...

CLIMATE CHANGE ARRIVES IN MALAWI

Two beautiful faces of climate change have taken Malawi by surprise this year; high temperatures and delayed or should I call them misplaced...

CRISIS AT KASUNGU DISTRICT HOSPITAL: WATER DISCONNECTED OVER UNPAID BILLS

Health service delivery at Kasungu District Hospital has come to a standstill following a decision by Central Region Water Board to disconnect water at...

Check Out 10 Most Scariest Places In The World

1.GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD Gettysburg Battlefield is considered to be a site of Civil War’s battle. Here a lot of warriors were killed. According to an estimate,...

Media in the lower Shire to focus in disaster risk reduction...

By Joshua David Morishu (FaceofMalawi reporter) The media practitioners based in the two districts of Nsanje and chikhwawa in the lower shire of Malawi...

Dubai Opens Up for Malawi Fresh Produce Export

It is envisaged that livelihoods of hundreds of local farmers could improve with the opening of fresh produce export markets in Dubai in...

A campaign against child labour in Malawi

A campaign against child labour in Malawi has resulted in 2,000 children being removed from the country’s hazardous tobacco farms – but more...

Malawi Picks Bamboo as Tool in Fighting Climate Change

In a bid to fight climate change, Grant Blumrick through “AfriBam Giant Bamboo Farm” have embarked on an initiative of planting giant bamboos in...

SOME MCP MEMBERS ASPIRING TO IMPEACH CHAIR OF THE COMMITTEE ON...

Some Malawi Congress Party (MCP) members in the parliamentary committee on agriculture are aspiring to ‘impeach’ chair of the committee Felix Jumbe from his...

Tobacco prices increases as auction continues

There has been a slight improvement on tobacco prices at the Limbe auction floors today. The leaf is now starting from US$0.90 than the US$0.85...

Malawi’s Press Agriculture donates lakeland for green revolution

The much touted initiative to use Malawi’s abundant water resources for irrigation farming in the face of climate change which has impacted on...

Malawi's small farmers kept in the dark about G8 New Alliance

Cryton Chipeta and Charles Mazibuko have not heard of the G8 New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition. The treasurer and secretary, respectively, of...

Tobacco Control Commission (TCC) optimistic of better tobacco volumes

The Tobacco Control Commission (TCC) is optimistic of better tobacco volumes for next year because of the increased number of growers who have...

Malawi, Equatorial Guinea in veggies export deal

Malawi will soon start exporting fresh and dry vegetables to Equatorial Guinea as one way of boosting its foreign exchange earning through trade, President...

Priorities for climate change adaptations in Northern Malawi

Stakeholders at a recent workshop on climate change discussed the need for greater crop livestock integration and fodder production to reduce negative impacts of...

Malawi’s bountiful harvests and healthier children

In Malawi, the fields are full ­– and so are the children. Through research led by Michigan State University, crop yields have increased dramatically. The...

Growing Trees without Water

It might sound like an impossible task to grow trees without water but in practice it is proving to be very possible. ADRA...