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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Admarc duped in maize deal

 Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation (Admarc) chief executive officer (CEO) Foster Mulumbe yesterday admitted that Zambian maize supplier Kaloswe Commuter and Courier Trading duped them by lying that it had maize...

‘ATI Bill not yet on APM’s table’

 President Peter Mutharika has not assented to the Access to Information (ATI) Bill, 30 days after it was passed, because Parliament has not submitted it to his office.Meanwhile, the National Assembly...

Agoa exporting firm fears closure

 One of the firms exporting through the African Growth Opportunity Act (Agoa) to the United States (US) has decried the macroeconomic environment in Malawi and fears possible closure of the company...

Twist, turns in maize saga

 Consumers Association of Malawi (Cama) findings in the maize procurement saga that has hit Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation (Admarc) indicate that no funds have been remitted to any of the...

High Court to rule on Maizegate case January 31

 The High Court in Mzuzu yesterday set January 31 for ruling on whether to lift the injunction against Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development George Chaponda.High Court Judge John Chirwa...

Gabeya makes early impression at Kaizer Chiefs

 Media reports from South Africa indicate that Flames and Nyasa Big Bullets tough-as-a-teak defender Miracle Gabeya and Italian forward Gustavo Paez have shown early promise during their trials at South African...

NGO applauds court’s ruling on vagabond

 Malawi Sex Workers Association (Maswa) national cordinator Zinenani Majawa has hailed the ruling on rogue and vagabond law as a milestone in the fight against human rights abuse by law enforcers.Majawa...

Islanders to reconstruct Likoma’s first church

 Likoma islanders have come together to reconstruct the historic St Mark’s Anglican Church.Built in 1898, St Mark’s was the first prayer house on the Island on the Mozambican side of Lake...

Education PS commends Likuni Boys alumni

 Ministry of Education, Science and Technology principal secretary Charles Msosa has said efforts by Likuni Boys Secondary School alumni will go a long way in improving quality education at the institution.He...

‘Councillors to unearth more corruption, fraud’

 More corrupt and fraudulent transactions on the plunder of public resources are expected to be exposed in district councils nationwide, thanks to the training sessions ward councillors undergo in budget tracking...

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Underage enrollment in public schools worry Malawi education minister

Education minister Emmanuel Fabiano has expressed concern over enrollment of under age children. Minister of Education Science and Technology Dr.Emmanuel Fabiano: Consern Fabiano said this is...