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High vacancy rate hits National Audit Office

Malawi’s Auditor General Stevenson Kamphasa has bitterly complained that a 43 per cent vacancy rate is crippling operations of the office. Kamphasa :43 percent vacancy rate Kamphasa said this on Wednesday when he...

RVG might be right ‘Malawi football style is like tennis’

May 25, 2017 Duncan Mlanjira - Nyasa Times 3 Comments The truth hurts but I would like to agree with the new Malawi national football...

150 DPP members defect to AFORD over Wa Jeffrey ‘insulting’ remarks

Over 150 members of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in Karonga, led by deputy director for the youths in Karonga North West constituency Petros Mtonga, on Wednesday defected to Alliance...

BB coaches given 5 games

  Battered and bruised Nyasa Big Bullets have given their Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan-led coaching panel a five-game ultimatum to turn around the team’s fortunes or face the sack. A well-placed source said this was...

China gives MW K10m wushu equipment

  China has donated an assortment of equipment to Malawi  Wushu Federation (MWF) worth K10 million aimed at promoting the sport that is pushing to gain prominence. Wushu is Chinese martial...

Third Eye promises maximum fun during DVD launch

  Marking a major milestone in his music career, hardcore rapper Third Eye will be launching the Highly Underrated DVD at Bingu National Stadium on Sunday in Lilongwe. The launch concert has pooled...

APM urges private sector to be innovative

President Peter Mutharika has challenged the private sector to adopt internal strategies that will support businesses to grow in terms of exports and competitiveness to survive on the global market. In his...

State House blocking Auditor General, Malawi MPs told

Auditor General Stepheson Kamphasa has told parliamentarians that State House is frustrating government auditors from conducting the headcount for staff at the State residences. Kamphasa :State House blocking my office Kamphasa made the...

Laptop-gate:Speaker Richard Msowoya Under Fire For Authorising Dubious K1.1million Laptop Purchase

Speaker Richard Msowoya: Under FireSpeaker of the National Assembly Richard Msowoya is coming under heavy criticism after reports emerged that he approved that Parliament should procure laptops for MPs at a...