Principal Secretary for the ministry of labour, Dickson Chunga, has said modern technologies are a key to employment creation in the country.
The Minister of Labor, Skills and Innovation says will formulate a policy that will reward innovative Malawians to spur the economy and development of the country.
TEVETA says there is a gap in the measurement of productivity in the tourism sector in Malawi which affects profits and change the sector could bring to the economy.
Technical, Entrepreneurial and Vocational Education and Training Authority (TEVETA) says continued deforestation has negatively impacted one of its courses; carpentry and joinery.
The Technical Entrepreneurship and Vocational Training Authority (TEVETA) has launched the Public Private Sector Skills Development Forum (PPSSDF) in an attempt to promote skill development in the country.