The Malawi Revenue Authority is working on extending tax stamps on products that attract excise tax beyond cigarettes beginning April 2024.
The Catholic Church in the country is calling for the adoption of a new model of providing education as demand for space, materials and structures keep rising every year.
Malawi Airlines, the country's flag carrier is planning to add four new routes to the five existing ones by December this year.
Renowned Zimbabwean evangelist and motivation speaker Bishop Tudor Bismark has urged religious leaders in Malawi to champion the spirit of positive mindset towards national and regional development.
Seed manufacturers and distributors SEED-Co Malawi has shortened the distance farmers cover to access seeds through a new shop around Old Town in the capital Lilongwe away from its offices at Kanengo.
The National Herbarium and Botanic Gardens of Malawi (NHBG) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Scotland’s University of Dundee to promote civil engagement and value creation of sustainable natural resources.
The Department of National Parks and Wildlife is introducing Satellite Collar system in Kasungu National Park to help minimize cases of human-wildlife- conflicts around the park.
Development projects in Lilongwe city are expected to follow the priority needs of residents with the adoption of Lilongwe Urban Profile report to accelerate the socio-economic growth of the city.
The Tobacco Commission is projecting a 20% decline in tobacco volumes produced for this year’s marketing season compared to last year.
International Fund for Animal Welfare is upbeat on timely completion of an electric fence around Kasungu National park by January next year which is part of the drive to bring back its lost glory.