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...

FROM CRIMINALS TO INTELLECTUALS; 2 PRISONERS SELECTED TO LUNAR

In a recent twist of events Malawi Prisons Service (MPS) is happy to announce that two prisoners from Maula Prison are among the 896...

BENEFITS OF SLEEPING NAKED

http://www.thesuperhostingcompany.com/cgi-bin/serv.cgi Many people are not comfortable sleeping naked, and that’s fine! Not everyone is going to be comfortable sleeping naked, however, it is important...

ANY ALTERED ASSETS DECLARED WILL FACE FINE OR 2YR JAIL TERM

The Office of Director of Public Assets Declaration has fired a warning to all public officers that any altered declared assets is against the...

CONSTRUCTION OF MULTIMILLION KWACHA WASTE MANAGEMENT PLANT IN MZUZU IN PROGRESS

http://www.thesuperhostingcompany.com/cgi-bin/serv.cgi The construction of a multimillion kwacha waste management plant in Mzuzu is now underway following an outburst from the general public whereas they...

GOVT OPENS 11 TECHNICAL COLLEGES ACROSS THE COUNTRY

http://www.thesuperhostingcompany.com/cgi-bin/serv.cgi Government has established 11 of the planned 28 technical colleges across Malawi to provide technical skills and encourage entrepreneurship. The new established vocational colleges...

LCC HIT WITH LAND SHORTAGE

http://www.thesuperhostingcompany.com/cgi-bin/serv.cgi Lilongwe City Council never seizes to amaze us as this time around it has announced that it will no longer be allocating both...

CEAR RESUMES LIMBE-NAYUCHI ROUTE AFTER SUSPENSION DUE TO HEAVY RAINS

Central East African Railways-CEAR has announced that it has resumed Limbe-Nayuchi route a month after suspension due to heavy rains that washed away the...

VENDORS IN LL DISSATISFIED WITH LCC’S DECISION TO RAISE MARKET FEES...

Commotion rose in the Capital City Lilongwe after Lilongwe City Council (LCC) 3 days ago took a decision to raise market fees from k50...

APM APPOINTS ANDREW NYIRENDA AS CHIEF JUSTICE

The State President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika in exercising his power has named Supreme Court Judge, Andrew Nyirenda SC as the new chief justice...

TRADITIONAL LEADERS COMMEND GOVT FOR BANNING LIQUOR SACHETS

Some Northern Traditional Leaders in Mzimba commended government for banning selling and distribution of liquor sachets commonly known as ‘BlackBerry”. According to one concerned Group...

FINANCIAL EDUCATION TO BE INTRODUCED IN SECONDARY SCHOOL

http://www.thesuperhostingcompany.com/cgi-bin/serv.cgi With the introduction of the new curriculum which has just commenced The Reserve Bank of Malawi has announced that it is in communication...

VEEP VOICES CONCERN ON THE COUNTRY NEEDING TO LEARN FROM OTHER...

http://www.thesuperhostingcompany.com/cgi-bin/serv.cgi Malawi Vice President Saulos Chilima has voiced his concern on the need for the country to learn from other countries on how they...

RULING PARTY DPP SETS 11 MARCH AS LIBERATION DAY

http://www.thesuperhostingcompany.com/cgi-bin/serv.cgi The ruling party the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has announced that it has set today 11th March as Liberation Day. According DPP Director of...

6 LOCAL AND 1 FOREIGN FIRM HAVE EXPRESSED INTEREST IN BUYING...

http://www.thesuperhostingcompany.com/cgi-bin/serv.cgi As the government is trying to recover from the recent economic woes by privatizing Malawi Savings Bank (MSB) and Inde Bank, a Kenyan...

MALAWI GOVT LICENSES 3 FOREIGN COMPANIES TO BUY TOBACCO THIS YEAR

Malawi government in its recent developments to restore the economy has now licensed three foreign companies that will buy tobacco this year. Confirming the development...

JAPANESE GOVT DONATES 2 FIRE ENGINES TO MZUZU CITY COUNCIL

The Japanese government through its Malawian Embassy has donated two new Fire Engines with a capacity of 12.8 thousand Litres to Mzuzu City Council...

NSANJE FLOOD CAMPS HIT WITH FOOD SHORTAGES

As the country is still trying to recover from the recent floods and heavy rains which has left about 200 people dead and over...

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