Malawi International Trade Fair Postponed

Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) has postponed the Malawi International Trade fair. The trade fair was...

U.S. restores $350 million aid package to Malawi

The United States restored a $350 million aid package to Malawi to recognize political reform under new President Joyce Banda, who took over...

‘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...

Govt to send SMEs to China,India

Government is planning to send a delegation of small and medium entrepreneurs (SMEs) for a study tour to China and India this year. The grouping...

First ATM in the World Celebrates 50th Birthday (photos)

The world’s first ATM (Automated Teller Machine), a technology which brought transformation in the way people obtained and used cash, on June 27th, 2017,...

CSO, s wants ENGENCO and ESCOM to be independent

By Robert Kumwenda Civil Society organizations in the country have asked government to stop interfering in the operations of the two power generating companies Electricity...

Airtel to sell 2 African operations to Orange

French telecom major Orange has signed a deal with Bharti Airtel International (Netherlands) BV for acquiring its operations in two African countries, Burkina...

Joint Venture partners scaling up exploration for rare earths at Malawi...

ASX-listed Globe Metals & Mining and its joint venture (JV) partner, Resource Star, are scaling up exploration for rare-earth elements at their Machinga site,...

LILONGWE ‘ILLEGAL’ SAND MINERS STILL DEFYING ORDERS

Unlicensed sand miners are still plying their trade and causing environmental degradation despite a strong-worded ultimatum that was issued on January 6 last year...

Paladin’s Kayerekera uranium mine output up with 15%

Production at Kayelekera Uranium Mine (KUM) in Karonga jumped 15 percent in the quarter ending March 2012 over the previous quarter, according to...

Simama tussles with Mulli over National Bus Company

Businessman cum Man of God, Bishop Abraham Simama, is alleged to have taken to task head of the Mulli Brothers business empire, Leston Mulli,...

FIVE STAR HOTEL PROJECT IN LIMBO: CHIEFS STAND IN ITS WAY...

http://www.thesuperhostingcompany.com/cgi-bin/serv.cgi Group Village Headman-GVH Msumbi under Traditional Authority Nankumba in Mangochi has declared that his people will not leave their native land to pave...

MALAWI AMONG SIX NATIONS TO BENEFIT FROM CHINESE FUNDED-SEA PORT

Malawi has been earmarked as one of the six regional landlocked countries to benefit from the construction of a major Chinese-funded sea port next...

The bank base lending rates are just a punishment

The bank base lending rates are just a punishment, this is why many people are getting poor and poorer because we have no any...

African Development Bank commits US$3 million for Shire-Zambezi water way project

African Development Bank ADB has committed US$ 3.1 million to fund feasibility study for the Shire Zambezi water way project to establish its impact...

SOUTHERN BOTTLERS LIMITED FAULTED FOR SCARCITY OF SOFT BEVERAGE DRINKS

Malawi has once again been hit by a shortage of soft drinks on the market a development which is said to be occurring every...

Kayelekera uranium deal not negotiable -Paladin

Paladin Energy Limited has warned the government against tampering with the Kayelekera uranium mining deal by way of renegotiation, saying that could not...

Kayelekera to lay off 300

Once a beacon of hope in the mining sector in Malawi, now it is approaching its ruins. Reports from the Kayelekera uranium mine in Karonga...