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ADMARC Seeks MK400-Million Bail-Out

Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation ADMARC officials say they need 400 million kwacha to transport maize from its reserves to depots across the country.

RBM Yet to Determine Market Value of Kwacha

The Reserve bank of Malawi (RBM) has not determined the market value of the kwacha following a forex auction on Friday.

Chibuku Products Limited Business Up by 40 Percent in 2022

Chibuku Products Limited says its business grew by 40 percent in 2022 despite the fact many companies had a bad year business wise.

Former UDF Secretary General Kennedy Makwangwala Dies

Former Secretary General for the United Democratic Front (UDF) Kennedy Makwangwala has died.

LL City Council Orders Temporary Closure of Central Poultry & Wakawaka Market

The Lilongwe City Council led by the city's mayor Richard Banda has moved in to force temporary closure of some facilities due to poor sanitation.

Govt Lifts Ban on Livestock Movement in Foot & Mouth Disease Affected Areas

The Ministry of Agriculture has lifted restrictions imposed on movement of livestock and livestock products in some districts following a decline of new cases of Foot and Mouth Disease in the country.

Parliament Hikes Accommodation Allowances for MPs

Zodiak has established that Members of Parliament have had their accommodation allowances increased from the initial 80 to 100 thousand kwacha per day following an uproar by some lawmakers that the current amount does not correspondent with the high cost of living.

Ministry Pushing for Re-turn of Civics as a Subject in School

Ministry of Civic Education and National Unity says it will commence curriculum audit next month January as it pushes for re-introduction of civics as a subject in the country’s education syllabus.

Shortage of Dieticians Fueling Cases of Malnutrition - Specialist

Increased cases of malnutrition in the country are being attributed to inadequate dieticians in Malawi’s health facilities.

Natural Disasters' Death Toll Rises to 21

The number of People killed by natural disasters since the onset of the rainy season has risen to 21 from 19 and those injured are now at 59 from 55.

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