Published January 29, 2016
Malawi is experiencing an outbreak of cholera, three months after the start of the rainy season. Health authorities say the water-borne disease has hit many residents of four districts around Lake Chilwa in eastern Malawi. But health authorities and people living along the shores are accusing each other of contributing to the outbreak. Lameck Masina reports from the cholera-hit district of Zomba, in southeastern Malawi.