JOB SEEKERS! look out these 6 Things To Pass An...

Many people look so hard for new jobs but end up making costly mistakes that deny them the jobs during interviews. These are some...

Britain Halves Its Aid to Nigeria, Says they Should First ‘Step...

Britain has halved the amount of money given to Nigeria in humanitarian aid, saying the country's government must "step up and do more" to stop...

Nu-line Textiles committed to give Malawians quality blankets

By Robert Kumwenda NU-LINE textiles-the manufacturers of chipeloni blankets has reiterated its commitment to continue giving Malawians Quality blankets. Mahmud Islam factory General Manager for the...

Nu-line Textiles Manufacturers blames Blackout for company’s loss in 2016

By Orchestra Kamanga The leading producers of blankest in the country Nu line textiles have pushed the blame to ESCOM for its loss in 2016...

Beehive applauds government on Trade Fair

By Orchestra Kamanga Beehive Marketing Manager Yankho Kamera has thanked the government for holding international Trade Fair saying it helps the companies and Organizations to...

Blantyre Waterboard Give its Long Standing Bill Customers a 12-Months Grace...

Blantyre Water Board (BWB) has warned that in the next 12-months it will start a water disconnection campaign to all its customers who still...

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...

Malawi grants UK firm 
pyrite exploration licence

UK mineral exploration and development group Lisungwe Mineral Resources has ?acquired a licence entitling it to explore for pyrite at Madisi, in central...

Mining operations to contribute 
$500m a year to Malawi fiscus

Malawi expects to earn over $500-million a year from four recently 
launched and planned mining projects, the country’s Geological Surveys Department (GSD) says. The projects...

Clinton arrives in Malawi from Nairobi ‎

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived Sunday in the Malawian capital Lilongwe, becoming the first US chief diplomat to visit the southern...

Malawi’s President Mutharika Accuses Tobacco Buyers of Sabotaging Economy

By Frank Jomo Malawi President Bingu wa Mutharika accused tobacco buyers of trying to sabotage the southern African nation’s economy by rejecting good-quality leaves...