Kanzota urges government to pay SMEs in time

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By Orchestra Kamanga

The Founder and Managing Director for Jeremiah Stationery which is opposite Malawi Post Office in Blantyre Jeremiah Kanzota has urged government to pay Small and Medium Enterprises in time when they award them contracts.

In an Interview Kanzota observed that government delayed paying them money within specified period of 30 days according to contracts requirements.

“Government takes long time to pay us SMEs. They can take 3 months or even a year saying they are waiting funding from Treasury.

On customers prospective, Kanzota assures them for continuity providing them with quality goods as used to do before to meet their satisfactory needs.

“During this Covid- 19 period we put all preventive measures to protect our customers to curb the further spread of the pandemic,” Kanzota said.

Commenting on government for suspending the re-opening of schools he said it is not proper to re-open schools because that would put risky to the pupils and students.

“Let us wait until things become normal. Don’t rush shortly things will be back as usual,” said Kanzota

Jeremiah stationery supplies HP Toner, Canon Toner, Lexmark, Computer Consumables, Stationery and offers services like Typing, Photocopy, Binding and laminating among others.

The company started in 1999 and it registered in 1994 while he was at School.

 

 

 

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