FDH Ships Banking Services to Likoma Island

FDH Bank plc has broken an all time record of being the first institution to establish a service center and officially launched it's branch on Monday March 11, 2024 in Likoma island.

Public Debt Negatively Impacting on Women Empowerment, Action Aid Malawi

Action Aid Malawi says government's insatiable appetite for borrowing has a negative impact on investments that can empower women in the country.

195 Houses Built in a Year for Cyclone Freddy Victims

“I was in despair because I had little means to build another house,” said Ester, a widow whose home was destroyed by a cyclone in Malawi. “So when my fellow worshippers came and built one for me, I lost my words.”

Ecobank Malawi Moves to Empower Women Businesses

Ecobank Malawi has emphasized on the need for financial institutions to provide tailor-made products for women in business, saying such deliberate measures are critical to ensuring a level playing field in male-dominated sectors, including entrepreneurship.

MRA to Maximize Revenue Through Export Warehouses

The Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) has described the introduction of export warehouses as a clear strategy that will enhance the country's revenue base.

OPC Redeploys 10 Principal Secretaries

The Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) has reiterated its commitment to enforce the public sector reforms in government ministries and departments (MDAs).

Mobile Phone Sector in Slow Growth

The Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority, (MACRA) says it has received only one new mobile phone licence application since 2020.

‘Leaked’ Chilima’s Public Sector Reform Report Divides Opinion

A document purported to be the long-hidden report on the review of public service systems in the country which was instituted by President Lazarus Chakwera in 2021 is circulating on social media and being discussed in the public domain, causing divided opinions.

Chakwera Urges Malawians to Draw Inspiration from Martyrs

Nkhata Bay, Feb 3: President Lazarus Chakwera has asked Malawians to emulate selflessness and patriotism demonstrated by the country’s martyrs in order to achieve meaningful national development.

Citizens Call for Enforcement of Constructing MPs Houses.

Some Malawians have asked government to enforce its proposal to construct houses for members of parliament, saying it can aid development in different constituencies.

Govt Revising Project Contracts Amid Kwacha Devaluation

The government says it is reviewing several project contracts for a win-win situation to ensure standards and delivery are not compromised in the country.

Experts Advice Govt to Act Swiftly on Drought

Lilongwe: Agriculture experts in the Malawi capital say the government needs to promptly conduct an assessment to have a right picture and data of how many people have been affected by the dry spell so as to make right decisions.

Jehovah’s Witnesses Promote Leaning on Nature Inspired Innovations

Lilongwe, Central Malawi: Baster, the family’s dog, can sniff out a treat hidden anywhere in the house. Little does he know that his owners are learning just how he does this.

Awareness on Gene Editing Key to Avoiding Abuse - Ministry

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Climate Change says there is a need for policy makers and regulators to be familiar with the country's guidelines on how to regulate genome editing technologies and their products to prevent possible abuse.

Skepticism; Resistance Affecting Implementation of Land Laws

The authorities in the ministry of lands say while the reception of the amended land laws of 2022 by the public has been positive, there continues to be some minimal resistance and skepticism from those that do not fully understand them.

Three Additional Weeks to Fix Passport System

Government says the citizenry should wait for three more weeks to fix the hacked passport issuing system at the Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services.

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