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Distribution of relief items

Stormy rains that fell persistently from 4th to 8th March, 2019 had disastrous impacts on human lives, houses, roads, schools and other critical infrastructures in Blantyre City. Following the declaration of the Country being a State of Disaster, rapid assessment was conducted to verify the extent of damage.  Through the assessment, it was found that 62 290 people (14,831 household) were affected, 322 people were injured and 3 people died after walls collapsed on them.

NICO Holdings Plc donated K5 million while FDH Bank donated K3 million towards disaster management in the City.

Below are the photos of the affected houses, donations and distribution exercise of relief items

Call for residents to renew business licences and pay city rates

The Council would like to remind business operators in the City to renew their business licences which technically expired on June 30. Those that will not renew their licences will have their premises sealed. In the same breath, the Council would like to remind residents with properties to remit city rates. Failure to pay city rates will result in legal action.

May 2018 E-newsletter

Download our latest e-edition of Blantyre City Update bulletin. This is a publication that gives you latest information on the Council and its operations.

Deputy Mayor plants a tree

Keep Blantyre City Green

Blantyre City launched Keep Blantyre City Clean and Green initiative on November 1, 2014 during a colourful ceremony at Sunbird Mount Soche Hotel graced by Her Excellency Madamme Prof. Gertrude Mutharika, First Lady of the Republic of Malawi.