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Billionaire Simbi dominating headlines: Defiant on Khato’s capacity on Lake Malawi water project

Billionaire South Africa-based Malawian businessperson Ashanti Simbi Phiri is the man-of-the-moment and continues to dominate the news agenda in Malawi. Billionaire Simbi Phiri: The pride of Malawi Simbi has been featured in national newspapers,...

Hip hop star Young Kay rebrands himself: ‘Call me Hyphen’

Do you remember the hit ‘Anankabango’ done by a slim, tall handsome lad calling himself Young Kay? The singer has been silent in terms of solo projects but now he is...

Expert warns on power buyer model

Government and stakeholders in  the power sector have been asked to exercise caution on wholesale power price, non-payment rate and independence of the regulator if the chosen single buyer model as ...

Dausi urges Malawi Postal Corporation to embrace Information Communication and Technology

Minister of Information and Communications Technology Nicholus Dausi has urged the Malawi Postal Corporation to embrace Information Communication and Technology in order to compete on the liberalized market. Dausi: Need to be...

TNM sponsorship contract still on, says Super League of Malawi: Sports Minister to intervene

Minister of Sports, Youth and Manpower Development Henry Mussa has said he will engage  premier mobile  and data service provider Telekom Networks Malawi (TNM)officials  on the issue of  sponsorship for the...

Timveni equips Ntchisi youths with governance skills

As a way of enhancing youth participation in governance, Timveni Children and Youth Media Organisation, has established Youth Action Committees (YAC) in all the Traditional Authorities of Ntchisi district. Mhango training youths According...

Malawi justice ministry launches human rights section

Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Friday launched a Human rights section, addition to the Ministry’s sections. Solicitor General Janet Banda launching the human rights section(c) Abel Ikiloni, Mana Speaking at the launching...

Malawi to benefit from WB $57 funding

Malawi is expected to benefit from the $57 billion World Bank financing for Sub-Saharan African countries over the next three fiscal years. The money will go towards funding programmes in...