Malawi reviews 2019 WRC conference

Malawi reviews 2019 WRC conference

Henry Shamu Malawi Monday started reviewing the outcome of the 2019 World Radiocommunication (WRC) conference and kick-started preparations for the 2023 World Radiocommunication indaba. WRC is a global event organised […]

Amend labour polices to create jobs-industry

Amend labour polices to create jobs-industry

WE ARE CONSTRAINED—Chimwaza PATRIDGE—Review labour policies Members of the private sector have challenged the government to amend some of the labour laws and deal with perennial challenges that impinge on […]

Treasury consolidating 2020/21 National Budget

Government, European Union sign K35 billion deals

Government on Monday signed two agreements for additional funding worth K34.8 billion with the European Union. The additional funding will be channeled to the Social Support for Resilience Programme (Sosure) […]

Glaring gaps in services sector

Glaring gaps in services sector

A situational analysis on services sector and trade in Malawi has highlighted slow economic growth and low income, low and unreliable power supply, over-liberalisation and gaps in national policy implementation […]

Old Mutual donates K8 million to Cham

Old Mutual donates K8 million to Cham

TIMELY—Chatsika (left) hands over a dummy cheque to Makala Old Mutual Malawi on Friday donated K8 million to four Christian Health Association of Malawi (Cham) hospitals to procure Personal Protective […]

Tobacco Commission takes new law to judges

Tobacco Commission takes new law to judges

The Tobacco Commission (TC) is engaging judges in the country, sensitising them on the newly enacted Tobacco Industry Act, 2019. On Friday the commission interacted with Redson Kapindu, Judge of […]

Government speaks on sugar earnings

Government speaks on sugar earnings

Sosten Gwengwe Trade Minister, Sosten Gwengwe, has said government is aware of the problems outgrower sugar producers are facing due to falling earnings from the crop. He was reacting to […]

Escom unveils Maximum Demand prepaid meters

Escom unveils Maximum Demand prepaid meters

NEEDS REVAMPING—Energy sector Escom will roll out an exercise of migrating large power users from postpaid to pre-paid meters next month. In a statement, Escom says the exercise targets large […]

K500 million fuel testing centres set to roll

K500 million fuel testing centres set to roll

The Malawi Bureau of Standards (MBS) has said fuel testing centres it is establishing in the country’s borders are expected to roll out from Monday next week starting with Songwe […]