Parly Nods Bill Amendment; Customary Land Bill & Vat Bill
Members of parliament have today Tuesday given a nod to the amendment of two bills; the Customary Land Bill and the Value Added Tax Bill.
Airtel Africa Sales Airtel MW Tower
Airtel Africa has sold Airtel Malawi Towers to Helios Towers a UK-based telecommunications company at a tune of 54.7 million dollars, which is close to 44 billion Kwacha.
Ramaphosa Geared To Restore SADC Peace & Security
Tyrone Seale, Acting Presidential Spokesperson for Cyril Ramaphosa, South African president who is also Chairperson for the SADC organ on Politics, Defense and Security Cooperation says the chairperson is committed to addressing concerns of security that have marred the regional bloc.
RSA Unrest Cost Region’s Business Competence
Experts from the SADC block fear the unrest in South Africa has the potential of damaging business competence in the SADC region, hence need for the South African government to resolve the matter with urgency.
International Security Experts Tip SADC on Mozambique Tension
International Security Experts want the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to address security concerns in Mozambique’s Northern Province of Cabo Delgado, saying failure to do so will cripple development efforts in the region.
ACB Disregard Amnesty; Sattar Investigations To Continue
The Anti-Corruption Bureau has expressed ignorance at the move taken by the Attorney General Thabo Chakaka Nyirenda to offer a 60-day amnesty to those that corruptly accumulated wealth through dealings.
LL Motorists Panic In Anticipation For Dry Spells At Pump Stations
There is a mounting rush by motorists to fill their tanks in pump stations in anticipation of a dry spell. Our spot-checks in the city have revealed that the rush has been fueled by the fact that some filling stations in the city have been dry for two days.
81 Foreign Nationals Nabbed for Illegal Stay
The department of Immigration and Citizenship services has deported eight foreign nationals and 73 others being investigated after they were apprehended during the festive season for being in the country without permits.
Govt Blamed For Poor Drainage Systems
Poor and absent drainage systems are being blamed for increased and perennial cases of flooding in Lilongwe city where, for example, public and private property was destroyed following stormy rains last night.
Schools Open for 2022 With Covid-19 Preventive Measures Wanting
First day of school opening has exposed that learners are not following Covid-19 preventive measures.