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Cholera outbreak worsen in Zambia,schools,churches,markets,bars closed in Lusaka

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. The goovernment of Zambia has shut down churches, bars, markets and schools in many Lusaka townships until the cholera outbreak which hit the country has been brought under control. Zambia has also embarked on a ...

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Healthy officials parries away reports of cholera outbreak in some parts of Mzimba

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. Reports making rounds on social media platforms such as whatsapp that some parts of Mzimba like Edingeni, Jenda, Embangweni,Kapopo,Engalaweni and Kasichi are hit by a deadly desease of cholera are false Malawi News Hub understands. ...

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Malawi : Cholera outbreak kills 4

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. Cholera outbreak that began at the start of the rainy season in November has killed four people, and more than 150 others are hospitalized across Malawi. According to spokesperson in the ministry of health Joshua ...

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Malawian Woman gives birth to quadruplets in Mzuzu

Malawian woman is reportedly gave birth to four babies at Mzuzu central hospipital in the northern region of Malawi the week. According to local online publication Face of Malawi , the four babies,two boys and two girls born prematurely. The report further said two of the babies weigh 1.9Kgs and the other two weigh 1.8Kgs each. The publication also reported ...

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Cholera outbreak hits karonga, 2 dead 22 others hospitalised

Two people have died and twenty two others hospitalised following cholera outbreak in Karonga. According to the District Environmental Health Officer , Luis Tukula, the two died while receiving treatments. Tukula said the most affected area as of now is Ngala fishing area which is in the southern part of the district. “The disease is spreading so fast,” said Tukula. ...

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Malawian Nationals in South Africa owes SA Hospitals millions – Report

Malawian nationals in South Africa are among foreign natonals oweing the South African hospitals million of money. Local media in South Africa reported on Wednesday that Malawians in South Africa owe the Gauteng health department R11.6 million seconding Zimbabwean nationals who owe R114 million. According to report the department is on the mission to recover these debts from foreign nationals ...

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MBS impounds uncertified Black Punch liquor destined for delivery

Malawi Bureau of Standards (MBS) has impounded Black Punch liquor at Nathenje in the capital Lilongwe which was on its way to selling outlets on grouds that the hard drink is not certified by the board. Confirming the development, MBS director general Davlin Chokazinga said the impounded liquor was about 17 000 litres. Chokazinga has since appealed to all people ...

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Zokonda Amayi Mzimba Chapter donates various items to Mzimba District Hospital

Mzimba Chapter of Malawi Broadcasting Cooperation (MBC) program and women group ‘Zokonda Amayi’ spared some time to visit and donate various items to Mzimba District Hospital. Speaking at the presentation ceremony, Zokonda Amayi Mzimba Chapter Matron Nkosikasi Mbelwa told the media that the grouping chose the help the hospital because it is a place where people face a lot of ...

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Thirst’ kills dozens in Sahara Desert enroute to Libya

About 44 people including several children have reportedly died of thirst in Africa’s largest desert of Sahara on their way to Libya following a break down of a truck they were travelling in. Reports indicate that the group was travelling from West Africa to coast nation of Libya with plans to board boats sailing to Europe where a lot of ...

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Malawi : Man fined for possesing drug without licence in Mangochi District

Court in Mangochi has convicted and sentenced a 50-year old Adingi Matulalansi to a fine of close to MK2 million in default to 40 months Imprisonment with Hard Labour (IHL) for being found in possession of drugs without licence. Matulansi committed the crime contrary to section 65 of the Pharmancy, Medicines and Poisons Act. According to Mangochi Police Spokesperson Rodrick ...

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