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Community Demands CSR from OPTICHEM Phosphate Mine

A communities living at the bottom of Thundulu, a mountain in Malawi’s Phalombe district is protesting that it sees no benefit from a fertilizer manufacturing company- OPTICHEM which has, for five years now, been extracting phosphates in the area.


Low Produce Volumes Affect Forex Generation

The Malawi ministry of Industry and Trade says it is failing to generate enough forex due to low volumes of produce being produced for export.


Mozambique Government, Renamo end Conflict

Mozambique's government and rebel movement-turned political party Renamo have signed an agreement to immediately end their armed conflict.


Zero Independent Domination- By-Elections

A local political analyst has ruled out possible domination of independent candidates in forthcoming parliamentary and local government by-elections.


Malawi Traditional Leaders More Trustworthy-Study

Results of an Afrobarometer round six research on the perception of democracy has shown that majority of Malawians trust the performance of traditional leaders more than members of parliament as their leaders.


Mw Soldiers Protest UN Delays in Remittance of DRC Perks

Fresh from a six-months peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo-DRC, Malawi Defense Force soldiers are making public their protests over the fact that they are yet to be paid their perks which are supposed to be remitted by the United Nations-UN.


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