MALAWI’s FIRST LADY TO LAUNCH HER TRUST ON 13 SEPTEMBER

The country's First Lady Gertrude Hendrina Mutharika, the patron and Chairperson of Gertrude Mutharika Beatify Malawi Trust (BEAM) has announced that she will launch...

CEAR TO IMPROVE SERVICE DELIVERY

Central East African Railways (Cear) says it will soon embark on an expansion drive to increase the number of its passenger coaches as part...

Police crack down on forex parallel markets

Fiscal police have today gone on a crackdown on forex parallel markets, weeks after donors froze their aid and a day after the IMF...

MCCCI, Cama trade barbs

Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCCI) Chief Executive Officer Chancellor Kaferapanjira has thrown a punch at Consumers Association of Malawi...

Society of Accountants asks govt to stabilise Malawi Kwacha

Society of Accountants in Malawi (SOCAM ) has asked government to move with speed to ensure that the kwacha which was devalued some months...

POLICE CONFISCATE LIQUOR FROM VENDORS WHO DO NOT HAVE LICENCE

Police in Lilongwe have confiscated liquor from vendors who operated their businesses without license at Lumbadzi market. According to police, the exercise will help in...

LIAMA President ask organizations to help SMEs

By Robert Kumwenda President for Leather Industries Association of Malawi (LIAMA) Edward Malunga has asked organizations to help Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs). Malunga said SMEs are...

MINISTER OF FINANCE TO TABLE PROVISIONAL BUDGET TODAY

Following revelations by  President Professor Author Peter Mutharika that the 2014/2015 budget is not ready and government will come up with provisional budget as...

AIRTEL UPGRADES 3G NETWORK

Airtel Malawi, mobile phone operator company, has intensifies its campaign of upgrading 3G network as one way of ensuring speedy and stable access to...

How western governments use the threat of the label “Failed State”...

Not too long ago, Raphael Tenthani interviewed the current British High Commissioner to Malawi, Michael Nevin.In the interview, Mr Nevin is quoted as claiming...

Malawi locks Kenyan flag carrier out of Lilongwe route

Malawi’s Department of Civil Aviation stopped Kenya Airway's rights Sunday following complaints from Air Malawi that the airline had terminated an agreement with...

Unilever (Malawi) facing $20 million debt, suspends production

Unilever Malawi is facing operational and financial problems and has since temporarily suspended production at Limbe factory and scaled down operations according its...

SA equipment firm in Malawi coal-mine deal

South African supplier of engineering equipment Barloworld has entered into a contract with Malawian coal firm Mchenga Coal Mines to supply econcrete pipe...

Paladin uranium miner’s share price plunges

Paladin punished for African shut-downs,  THE AUSTRALIAN , November 01, 2011 SHARES in Africa-focused miner Paladin were punished after it reported a fall in uranium production...

Banks record 22% growth in assets

Malawi's commercial banks registered a total balance sheet growth of over 22 percent in the year 2011 despite the economic woes the country had...

‘Devaluation only way to economic recovery’ – MCCCI defends govt

The Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCCI) has defended government's decision to devalue the kwacha, saying it is only way...

A Good Friend: Japan still on Malawi’s side

Japan has been described as a country that remains a key strategic development partner for Malawi since the establishment of diplomatic ties between the...

One killed, another injured in an accident at Kaziwiziwi Coal Mine...

A coal miner was killed on the spot while another was injured when a hanging rock fell on them at Kaziwiziwi Coal Mine...