21 August 2018
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Mzuzu, May 11, 2018: Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) Malawi says social accountability is a prerequisite for the promotion of service delivery, budget tracking and financial governance at all levels. VSO Malawi Monitoring and Evaluation lead person, Charles Mvula, made the remarks Thursday when he closed a three-day training workshop on…
Lilongwe 10 May, 2018: Lilongwe District Council has  hailed Local Government Accountability and Performance  (LGAP) project for incentivizing markets and its personnel that are doing well on market fees collection in the country.  Lilongwe Council Chairperson, John Kamanga  and Director of Finance,  Charles Mhone said LGAP has helped a lot…
Dedza, May 11, 2018: Vendors at Dedza Central Market have started boycotting paying market fee to Dedza District Council in protest of poor sanitary situation in the market which includes lack of water and uncollected garbage. The vendors started boycotting paying the fee on Monday following a petition they presented…
Lilongwe, May 10, 2018: Member of Parliament for Balaka Central East has said travel and tourism is one of the fastest growing industries which can help to boost the country’s economy. Aufi Mpaweni said this on Wednesday in parliament in his reaction to the State-of-the-Nation Address by State President Arthur…
Rumphi, May 7, 2018:  Thirty members of Rumphi Commercial Sex Workers Alliance have been trained in sexual reproductive health (SRH) owing to their high vulnerability to sexually transmitted infection, including HIV and AIDS. Matunkha Development Trust (MDT) Programmes Officer, Watson Malanga, said Friday the organisation drilled the sex workers on…
Minister of Labour, Youth, Sports and Manpower Development Francis Kasaila - File Photo hyolo, May 10, 2018: The minimum wage for workers in industries will soon depend on profit-making capacity of the employers, Minister of Labour, Youth, Sports and Manpower Development, Francis Kasaila has said. Speaking on Wednesday during the…
Blantyre, May 9, 2018: Malawi’s Mulanje-based business tycoon, Arthur Ken Chilewe, has promised more infrastructure development, especially in the tourism sector. Chilewe who owns Hapuwani Hotel in Mulanje and several welding shops made the remarks Tuesday at Chileka International Airport before his departure to China where he is expected to…
Lilongwe, 10 May 2018: Malawi joined other 22 African countries at the 2018 Tourism Indaba which ran from 8th to 10th May at the Inkosi Lithuli ICC in Durban. Malawi’s participation was in line with the implementation of the 2017-2022 strategic destination marketing framework which is a blueprint of key marketing…
Lilongwe, May 9: The Malawi Stock Exchange (MSE) in collaboration with the Reserve Bank of Malawi says will automate its trading processes and replace the manual system currently in use with the modern system to improve the efficiency of trading processes. The project will involve establishment of an Automated Trading…
Mchinji, May 9: The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) and European Union (EU) on Tuesday officially signed the cross-border trade initiative agreement at Mwami-Zambia/Mchinji-Malawi border aimed at enhancing trade flows for small scale cross-border traders. The signing ceremony of the cross-border initiative agreement, which is financially supported…

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Improved roads for boosting economic activities

 Improved roads for boosting economic activities

Lilongwe, August 20: Joseph Pamtunda, 22, takes a comfortable lean on his bicycle and looks out with admiration to the construction works taking place to some area close to his home village. In front of him is a new road under construction where a new bridge with silver metals sparkle with majestic...