Abuses in Aluminium Supply Chains a Blind Spot for Car Industry

(Washington, DC, July 22, 2021) – Automobile companies need to do more to address abuses in their aluminum supply chains and the bauxite mines they source from, Human Rights Watch and Inclusive Development International said in a report released today. Car manufacturers used nearly a fifth of all aluminum consumed worldwide in 2019 and they are forecast to double their aluminum consumption by 2050 as they transition to electric vehicles.

MASM Partners Mybucks

Medical Aid Society of Malawi (MASM) has partnered with Mybucks Banking Corporation to scale up convenient mobile banking in the wake of COVID 19.

Investor queries ESCOM Exorbitant Connection Demands

A youthful investor has complained that the overpriced costs which ESCOM is demanding to connect power to newly established rural companies is creating unnecessary barriers for the country to achieve rural industrialization.

Old Mutual Winds Up Sisonke

Old Mutual has asked Malawians to develop a culture of initiating transformative programs that will improve lives of the rural poor.

Africa Renewable Energy Fund II Secures €130M With SEFA & CTF Investments

The Africa Renewable Energy Fund II has achieved its first close at €130 million, following a joint investment of €17.5 million from The Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa and the Climate Technology Fund through the African Development Bank.

NICO Spends K2.8 billion in Refurbishing 2 Houses

NICO Group on Thursday unveiled two refurbished houses; NICO House which was razed down by fire in 2018 in Blantyre and Kapeni House.

Tobacco Sales Excite AHL Despite Workers' Strike

The AHL Group says tobacco sales continue performing better than last year despite industrial action that some workers of the Group staged recently.

NICO Celebrates 50th Anniversary with “The One”

It is NICO Group’s 50th anniversary, and the Group is celebrating the moment by introducing “The One” campaign to increase its visibility as it keeps growing.

Cross Border Traders Ask Govt to Engage Mozambique on SADC Protocol

Cross border traders have asked government to engage Mozambican officials to adhere to SADC trade protocols amid increasing reports that Malawian business people face a lot of hiccups.

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