Cassim Aubi

Cassim Aubi

The Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) has confirmed that it is yet to identify a Company to help in purifying alluvial gold the Central Bank is buying from artisanal and small scale miners in the country, over five months after announcing plans to engage the company for the exercise.

Suspended board chairperson of the Public Procurement and Disposal of Assets Authority (PPDA) John Suzi Banda has resigned from the position.

A legal expert Dr. Benedetta Malunga feels the decision by DPP leadership to replace Kondwani Nankhumwa with George Chaponda as leader of opposition in parliament could be against the law but said parliament has a final say on the matter.

Newly appointed secretary to the office of president and Cabinet Colleen Zamba has vowed to sanitise the civil service by ensuring that public resources are put to good use and every controller is being held accountable.

Parents of a 15 year old boy with a disability in Lilongwe have pleaded for support that would enable the child eat or answer the call of nature on his own or with minimal assistance.

About 5.4 million people in Malawi are said to be facing severe and chronic food insecurity, the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification analysis on Chronic Food Insecurity in Malawi has established.

A cabinet minister has urged religious institutions to use religious events such as Eid ul Adhuha to promote unity among people of different denominations.

The ministry of industry has vowed to engage other government organs and departments to ensure sanity in operations of some utility and government regulatory bodies amid continued complaints that some officers in the public institutions demand money for services they are supposed to provide free of charge, the situation which is said to be impacting negatively on growth of small and medium enterprises in the country.

New minister of industry has vowed to engage the ministry of justice and constitutional affairs to ensure the sugar bill is passed and made operational as quickly as possible.

Prison Fires Six Officers

The Malawi Prison Service has fired six of its officers from different stations prison, authorities have confirmed.

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