Tag: Blessings Kanache

  • STAKEHOLDERS ASKS JOURNALISTS TO REPORT MORE ON DISABILITY ISSUES

    STAKEHOLDERS ASKS JOURNALISTS TO REPORT MORE ON DISABILITY ISSUES

    Journalists in the country have been urged to ensure that they report more on issues affecting people with disabilities in the country. The call has been made at a training organized by journalists under the banner of Blantyre Press Club (BPC) in conjunction with Federation for Disability Organizations in Malawi (FEDOMA) which is taking place…

  • MERA urges poeple to embrace Liquefied Petroleum Gas as alternative source of energy

    MERA urges poeple to embrace Liquefied Petroleum Gas as alternative source of energy

    By Lovemore Katanda Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority ( MERA) has asked Malawian citizenry to embrace the use of Liquefied Petroleum Gas( LPG) as alternative source of energy over electricity. Speaking during one – day media training in Zomba on Saturday April 10,2021, MERA Consumer and Public Relations Manager Fitina Khonje said due to continued high…

  • ‘Prioritise corruption prevention  reporting’-ACB urges Media

    ‘Prioritise corruption prevention reporting’-ACB urges Media

    By Lovemore Katanda One of the law enforcement agencies in the country Ant- Corruption Bureau ( ACB) says corruption prevention reporting would help the government to save the country’s resources. ACB public relations officer Agrita Ndala made the sentiments during one day media orientation in Mulanje in collaboration with Blantyre Press Club. Ndala says she…

  • BT journalists rescue flood victims with K3.5 million aid

    BT journalists rescue flood victims with K3.5 million aid

    By Gladys Nthenda Blantyre Press Club (BPC) alleviated the suffering of flood victims with a donation of assorted relief items worth K3.5 million on Wednesday. President of BPC Blessings Kanache said they assisted the people with tablets of soap, bags of flour, clothes and exercise books to over 1,500 people living in camps at Nyapota, Chanturo…

  • Ma Blacks Raises K1.2M for Flood Victims

    Ma Blacks Raises K1.2M for Flood Victims

    Blantyre Press Club in collaboration with The Black Missionaries and Anthony Makondetsa raised K1.2M in a charity show organized to cheer up flood victims on Friday, March 22 at Mibawa Hall in Blantyre. Blantyre Press Club earlier projected to raise K3 million from the show and instead the show has raised K1.2 million. Blantyre Press…