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...

REHABILITATE NAPERI BRIDGE-CRY OUT CONCERNED COMMUTERS

http://www.thesuperhostingcompany.com/cgi-bin/serv.cgi Concerned commuters in the commercial capital Blantyre have appealed to the City Council to consider rehabilitating the Naperi Bridge soon amidst fears that...

NENO COMMUNITY PETITION GOVT OVER THE LACK OF A TARMAC ROAD...

People in Neno calling themselves Neno Community Voice and Action, have petitioned the government over lack of information on the construction of a tarmac...

TWO OF THE THREE FUEL RESERVES NOW COMPLETED

The long awaited construction of fuel reserves across the country is almost finished as two of the three reserves have been completed. The two are...

PALADIN ENERGY LTD ACCUSED OF CONTAMINATING LAKE MALAWI

Paladin Energy, an Australian mining company, has been accused of discharging uranium-contaminated sludge into Lake Malawi, which supports 1.7 million people in three countries...

DURBAN AND JOHANNESBURG PIPELINE BURST SPILLING OVER 200,000 LITRES OF DIESEL

A pipeline between Durban and Johannesburg burst in an upmarket housing complex on Durban's outskirts spilling 200,000 litres of diesel. According to the Daily News...

IMMIGRATION TO EMBARK ON A RECRUITMENT EXERCISE

The Department of Immigration says it plans on recruiting more member staff next year as one way of improving quality services. FaceofMalawi speaking to Chief...

COMMITTEE OF STATUTORY IMPRESSED WITH ESCOM DESPITE VARIOUS CHALLENGES THEY ARE...

http://www.thesuperhostingcompany.com/cgi-bin/serv.cgi The Parliamentarian Committee of Statutory Corporations on Tuesday said it is impressed with the way the electricity supply cooperation of Malawi (Escom) is...

GOVT TO INTRODUCE FEEDING PROGRAMMES IN ALL PRIMARY SCHOOLS

http://www.thesuperhostingcompany.com/cgi-bin/serv.cgi Government has announced that it is planning on introducing feeding programs in every primary school in the country. Making the remarks was Deputy Minister...

24 JUVENILES GRADUATE AT MIKUYU REHABILITATION CENTRE

Twenty-four juveniles at Mikuyu Rehabilitation Centre in Zomba were on Saturday last week awarded certificates after successfully completing vocational courses they had been studying...

PUBLIC TO HAVE ACCESS TO CONTENTS OF ASSETS OF PUBLIC OFFICERS...

Public Officers Declaration has announced that from December 31 2014 the public will be able to apply to the Director of Public Officers Declarations...

NUMBER OF PEOPLE APPLYING FOR NEW PASSPORTS DECLINE

The number of people applying for new passport has substantially fallen from 200 per day to about 15, following the raise by government in...

CHINA TO CONSTRUCT NEW MDF HEADQUARTERS IN LL

The People’s Republic of China is set to construct a state of the art Malawi Defence Force (MDF) Headquarters in Lilongwe as the two...

PICTORIAL FOCUS SHOWING MUTHARIKA OPENING THE GRAND PALACE HOTEL IN MZUZU

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LWB RESUME TREATMENT PROCESS AS IT AIMS AT ADDRESSING THE WATER...

Lilongwe Water Board (LWB) has said it has started the water treatment process for pumping into its water reservoirs to supply the customers in...

STRIKES INVOLVING STAFF IN PUBLIC SERVICE INSTITUTIONS CRIPPLING ECONOMIC GROWTH

One economic analyst has cautioned government that operations could be crippled leading to slow economic growth if strikes involving staff in public service institutions...