26 October 2020
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Thyolo, October 8, 2020: Malawi Posts Corporation (MPC) says it will continue to revive partnerships with different stakeholders as a turnaround strategy that can uproot the company from its current financial abyss. Acting Post Master General, Zachaeus Meke said this at Bvumbwe Trading Centre on Thursday during the launch of…
Blantyre, September 29, 2020: Lafarge Malawi Company, the manufacturer of cement, has awarded 10 first retailers in the Kumanga Loyalty Rewards Scheme since its launch in January 2020. The retailers have walked away with prizes ranging from electric cooker, microwave to spar shopping vouchers worth K50 000, K20 000 and…
Lilongwe, August 27, 2020: Twenty-four Takaaful Cooperative Society Limited trainers from Lilongwe and Kasungu have been equipped with agribusiness knowledge and skills aimed to assist government to create one million jobs in the country. Takaaful in partnership with Feed the Future conducted a two-day training of the trainers from 25…
Blantyre, August 26, 2020 Malawi Posts Corporation (MPC) has said its Post Coach service will resume this coming Sunday, August 30, 2020. MPC Public Relations Officer, Ida Nkolimbo told Malawi News Agency (Mana) on Tuesday that the coach service is back to provide the public with comfortable and affordable travel…
Blantyre, August 25, 2020:With continuous growth and diversification in Malawian entrepreneurs, the need for increased media coverage cannot be ignored. It is against this background that a group of women entrepreneurs called ‘Empower’ have ganged up to launch a magazine under the name PAWER, to continue on its path to…
Chikwawa, August 13: Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Culture, Michael Usi on Wednesday urged local communities to support the tourism industry in Malawi, saying the wildlife parks are not there for international tourists only. Usi said this during a visit to Majete Game Reserve in Chikwawa District where he also commended…
Ntchisi, August 13: A local nongovernmental organisation in Ntchisi- Women Agriculture Development Organisation (WADO), says will train at least 15, 000 smallholder women farmers in agribusiness in the district. The development was revealed on Monday when the organisation held a post mortem meeting with Ntchisi District Agriculture Executive Coordinating Committee…
Lilongwe, August 13: Lilongwe-based young female entrepreneur, Momie Waisi, has urged the youth to engage in small scale businesses to uplift their economic life as well as survive in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. In an interview with Malawi News Agency (MANA), Momie Waisi said young people need to…
Lilongwe, August 5, 2020: Integrated mobile network and ICT services provider TNM Plc, has partnered with KaiOS Technologies to launch the most affordable 4G KaiOS-enabled smart feature phone in Malawi. Priced at MK 24,999 (USD 33.9[1] ), the TNM Smart 4G will come with a value of MK28,000 USD 38[2] ), worth…
Mchinji, July 16, 2020: Concerned Youth Organization (CYO) has trained youths in Mchinji in shoe making using locally available materials. The 30-day trainings which have been taking place in five Traditional Authorities (TAs) in the district, have enabled school leavers and dropouts to acquire massive shoe making skills enabling them…
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Lilongwe communities correcting environmental wrongs

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Changing the world through technology

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