This report is about the impacts of the disaster caused by the persistent stormy rains experienced from 5th to 8th March, 2019 in Blantyre City.
The Blantyre City Council has observed that some residents of Blantyre City are fixing posters to walls, trees, streetlight poles, barricades and other structures using glue and other strong adhesives without first seeking permission from the Council as it is required under Section 44 of the Town and Country Planning Act. (more…)
Blantyre City Council has noted with great concern the increase in the number of houses being turned into arenas for public ceremonies such as weddings, engagements and bridal showers in residential areas contrary of zoning of the same as residential areas under the Urban Structure Plan of the City of Blantyre. (more…)
Statement Delivered By His Worship Cllr Wild Ndipo, Mayor Of Blantyre City During Mayor’s Corporate Dinner On 8th March 2017.
The 2018 edition of the Mayor’s Trophy kicks off this afternoon at Blantyre Youth Centre at a ceremony to mark the launch of the competition.
Quelimane Municipality Mayor Professor Manuel Araujo led a delegation of business persons from Zambezia Business Association on a four day official visit to Blantyre City in an effort to strengthen the Sister City relationship that exists between the two great cities.
Speech by His Worship The Mayor, Councillor Wild Ndipo At The Welcoming Of Quelimane Delegation On 29 January 2018.
Continuous registration of Malawians for National IDs started on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at Blantyre District Registration Office (DRO) /NRB office situated at Christian Service Centre (CSC) House, behind Mount Soche Hotel.
Speech By His Worship Cllr Wild James Ndipo, Mayor Of The City Of Blantyre On The Occasion Of Award Presentation Ceremony For The Clean Premisses Competition On 21 December 2017 COMESA HALL, BLANTYRE