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05
March

President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has called upon all Malawians and tourists to the country to join him and members of the diplomatic community in the "Stop Wildlife Crimes" Campaign.

 

The President has urged all Malawians to say no to wildlife crimes and to actively take part in preserving wildlife and natural resources.

 

The Malawi leader is joined by the Ambassadors, High Commissioners and Honorary Consuls to send a strong message to all citizens, residents and visitors to Malawi: do not buy, sell or have in possession any artifacts made of or containing ivory, because ivory trafficking is a serious crime that could lead to prosecution and very possibly a custodial sentence.

 

The "Stop Wildlife Crime" campaign is a joint initiative between the Government of Malawi and Lilongwe Wildlife Trust, and missions backing the initiative are Brazil, China, Egypt, Germany, Great Britain, India, Ireland, Japan, Korea, South Africa, Spain, Tanzania and the United States of America and Zambia.

04
March

Police faulted on Mob justice

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People in the country continue to fault the Malawi Police Service for a number of mob justice incidents that have occurred recently.

04
March

The Democratic Progressive Party Governor for the North, Kenneth Sanga, says government is committed to ensure equitable distribution of development in the country.

04
March

Kafukule Health Centre has emerged the best health facility for championing male involvement in antenatal services in Mzimba North District Health Office.

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