Mayor Wild Ndipo on Monday (4 December 2017) opened a three day International Conference on Fecal Sludge Management.
In an effort to improve service delivery, management team signed a Performance Management Agreement with the Chief Executive Officer.
Mayor Councillor Wild Ndipo on Monday, 10 July 2017 launched Clean Premises Competition to run for three months.
Blantyre City Council with help from its partner Charter Insurance Malawi Limited has replaced the damaged clock at Clock Tower with a new and modern clock.
Minister of Local Government and Rural Development Kondwani Nankhumwa said street lights in cities play a vital role in enhancing security of residents and promotion of safety for road users.
On Monday (20 March 2017) Minister of Local Government and Rural Development Kondwani Nankhumwa commissioned the Masauko Chipembere Highway street lighting.
Mayor Councillor Wild Ndipo on Wednesday evening hosted the private sector to a dinner at the prestigious Protea Ryalls Hotel with an aim of outlining the programmes and projects the Council plans to undertake.
Blantyre City Council welcomes Mr Lytton Nkata who has joined as Director of Administrative Services.
Mayor Wild Ndipo has been elected president of Malawi Local Government Association (MALGA). He defeated the former president Lilongwe District Council chairperson Samson Chaziya during elections which took place at Mzuzu City Council.
Ambassador and Head of European Union (EU) delegation to Malawi Marchel Gerrmann on Monday paid a courtesy call on His Worship the Mayor Cllr Wild Ndipo.
The one hour discussion centred on what the Council was doing in the provision of quality services and on the other hand, the EU contribution to Malawi in general and Blantyre City in particular.
Ndipo was in the company of his deputy Cllr Joseph Makwinja.
The Mayor informed the ambassador that the Council was determined to deliver high level municipal services to the residents.
He, however, noted that financial constraints were a setback. The ambassador was shocked to learn that the Council receives only five percent funding from government of its annual budget of about K4 billion.
EU is supporting water and sanitation projects in the City.