‘Kwacha’s fall will be limited’ – Reserve Bank of Malawi

Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) Governor Charles Chuka has said the continued depreciation of the Malawi kwacha will eventually reach its limits, saying...

Global poverty decreases by 20%, but struggle for better life continues...

Global poverty is no longer what it is used to be, a United Nations Human Development Index (HDI) report released last week shows, saying...

INNOVATION; STANDARD BANK INTRODUCES DEPOSIT-TAKING ATMs

Banking has just taken another taken another step as Standard Bank with its innovations has just announced the launch of deposit-taking Auto Teller Machine...

Malawi’s never-ending drug shortage problem

Malawi is again experiencing a crisis in the delivery of essential medicines, with understaffed clinics and erratic drug supplies preventing many dangerously ill patients...

Catholic University of Malawi Job Opportunities

CUNIMA currently has vacancies for the following positions: Lecturer/professor in Social Work Lecturer/professor in Socio-Cultural Anthropology Lecturer/professor in Special Needs Education Lecturer/professor in Political LEadership CUNIMA is open...

Govt justifies K1.6bn ministers’ cars purchase

Malawi finance authorities have defended the purchase of a new fleet of vehicles for cabinet ministers, describing the move as cost cutting measure. The government...

Reserve bank Governor Charles Chuka mocks banks

Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) Governor Charles Chuka has said he is puzzled at commercial banks' insistence to lend money to government when...

UPDATED Employee Handbook

It is advised that you come to work dressed according to your salary. If we see you wearing K30,000.00 Prada sneakers, and carrying a K20,000.00 Gucci Wallet, we assume you are doing well financially and therefore you do not need a raise. If you dress poorly, you need to learn to manage your money better, so that you may buy nicer clothes, and therefore you do not need a raise. If you dress in-between, you are right where you need to be and therefore you do not need a raise.

Statement at the conclusion of an IMF mission to Malawi

Press Release No. 13/458 November 20, 2013 A team from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), led by Mr. Tsidi Tsikata, visited Lilongwe from November 5 to...

President Dr Joyce Banda Invites British Investors

We start by extending our heartfelt thanks to President Dr Joyce Banda for her personal interest in indentifying foreign direct investments as a driver...

CHILEKA AIRPORT CLOSURE HEAVY BLOW TO MW AIRLINE

Malawian Airlines has said temporally closure of Chileka International Airport in Blantyre has heavily  affected the business of the company. Spokesperson for Malawian Airline, Maganizo...

MALAWI LOSING US$50M THROUGH ILLEGAL AGRICULTURE EXPORTS

Malawi’s Minister of Industry and Trade Joseph Mwanamvekha has disclosed that the country’s agro-based is losing about K20bn, equivalent to about US$50m, every year...

MCC Board of Directors Votes to Reinstate Compact with Malawi

The U.S. Government’s Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Board of Directors voted to lift suspension of the Malawi Compact during its quarterly meeting today. MCC...

“IMF’s verdict on you doesn’t bother us,” says donors under CABS.

Malawi's donors under the Common Approach to Budgetary Support (CABS) have indicated that they are not yet willing to lift the suspension they placed...

FASTJET OPENS ROUTE TO MALAWI

Malawians now can have all the reason to smile following revelations that a new International Airline, Fastjet, has been given rights to start operating...

KALIATI RE-OPENS MAMAS SHABIN IN NTCHEU

http://www.thesuperhostingcompany.com/cgi-bin/serv.cgi Minister of Gender Patricia Kaliati has reopened Mamas Shabin which she had earlier closed for using underage girls as prostitute to attract business...

I’m worth $60 Million – Prophet Angel

Spirit Embassy founder Prophet Uebert Angel says he is worth US$60 million and insists that his fortune is from his business empire and not...

Kwacha down by 107% since May

The Malawi kwacha exchange rate to the United States dollar closed the year 2012 at an average price of K346, down from K167 on...