Alinafe Mlamba

Alinafe Mlamba

Irate residents from Kauma high density area in Lilongwe have physically demolished a brick fence which a businessperson constructed almost making a public cemetery inaccessible.

Governance experts have cautioned government against being carried away by what they describe as a neo-colonialism through investment summits on Africa by developed nations.

An economic analyst Chiku Kalilombe has tipped the Malawi Revenue Authority to place leverage on the new custom and excise policy, saying it should be used with the right intentions as some are likely to boost the tourism industry.

The World bank has tipped Malawi government to create a good relationship with the private sector as one way of enhancing the country’s economic growth.

The World bank has tipped Malawi government to create a good relationship with the private sector as one way of enhancing the country’s economic growth.

The World bank has tipped Malawi government to create a good relationship with the private sector as one way of enhancing the country’s economic growth.

Experts Hail Nedbank Disposal

Experts have hailed the move by Nedbank to sell 100% of its shares to My Bucks Malawi saying it is an opportunity to revive the banking sector.

Gender minister, Mary Navicha, is avoiding public comment on allegations by alleged police-rape-victims from Msundwe in Lilongwe who claim rapists impregnated one and infected the other with a sexually transmitted infection-STI.

Unemployed doctors, nurses and clinicians have given government a two day- ultimatum to respond to their grievances failing which they threaten holding vigils in the country’s three cities.

Unemployed doctors, nurses and clinicians have given government a two day- ultimatum to respond to their grievances failing which they threaten holding vigils in the country’s three cities.

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