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TNM in K1.8 billion Profit Loss

Mobile phone service provider TNM plc has reported a profit loss of K1.8 billion for the year 2022 on 2021’s K9.7 billion.

MEC Projects 11 Million Malawians to Participate in 2025 Tripartite Elections

Nsanje, Malawi – The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has projected that 11 million Malawians will participate in the 2025 tripartite elections, writes Cornelius Lupenga of Africa Briefs.

Malawi Prison Service Dismisses 16 Warders

The Malawi Prison Service (MPS) has dismissed 16 warders for conniving with prisoners to dupe people money through digital platforms.

HRDC Reacts on Vehicle Import Duty Saga, Gives Govt 7-Day Ultimatum

The Human Rights Defenders Coalition – HRDC has given government a 7-day ultimatum to engage different stakeholders to address concerns bordering on the newly introduced vehicle import duty, or face unspecified action.

MISA Malawi Chapter Mourns Journalist Jean Yona

The Media Institute for Southern Africa (MISA Malawi chapter) has described the death of journalist Jean Yona as a loss to the media industry.

Illovo Sugar Rejects Calls for Price Reduction Despite Mounting Pressure

BLANTYRE, Malawi - Despite mounting pressure for Illovo Sugar Malawi plc to lower the price of sugar in the country, the company's Managing Director, Lekani Katandula, affirmed that there are no justifications for a price reduction, writes Steven Godfrey Mkweteza.

High Court Adjourns to August 1 a Corruption Case Involving Veep Chilima

The High Court in Lilongwe has adjourned to August 1 when vice president Saulos Chilima will take plea in the corruption case he is answering.

Tobacco Rakes in MK339 Million

The Tobacco Commission says, the country has realised 227 million us dollars (which is equivalent to 339 billion kwacha) from 97.8 million kilograms of tobacco that has been sold so far.

MW Ratifies ATU Convention Which Seeks to Promote ICT Services

Malawi has finally ratified the African Telecommunications Union convention which seeks to promote ICT services at continental level.

Transformative Inspire PEACH Project Addresses Data Challenges Amid Pandemics

Blantyre, Malawi - The Inspire PEACH project has emerged as a transformative initiative to address the critical data challenges faced by African countries like Malawi during the COVID-19 pandemic, writes Sumeya Issa of Africa Brief.


Last Witness Testifies in Matemba’s Case

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has finished parading witnesses in the…

Owaganizira Kupha Awamanga

Apolisi amanga abambo atatu - a Gift Banda a zaka…

Court Adjourns Chisale’s Case

Principal Resident Magistrate Rodrick Michongwe has adjourned to a later…

NBS Yawonjezera Makobili a Chikho

Bank ya NBS lero yalengeza kuti yakweza ndalama zomwe imapereka…

Passport Fees Reduced; E-system Restored

The Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services says it has…
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