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PAC Fails to Hold Elective AGM; Extends Leaders’ Mandate

The Bord of Trustees of the quasi-religious organization Public Affairs Committee (PAC) has extended mandate for its executive board members with six months, to June 2023 when elections for new office bearers will be held.

Angry Reactions Over ACB Boss Chizuma’s Arrest

Different stakeholders have condemned the action by the police to arrest Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director General Martha Chizuma, saying it raises eyebrows considering the timing the arrest has been made.

Natural and Man-Made Shocks Overwhelm Malawi’s Economy

71-year-old Stelia Saka from Chavu village Traditional Authority Chiwere in Dowa, for the past three years has been harvesting just enough for her five-member family.

Stakeholders Vouch for Increased Domestic Funding for ECD in SADC Countries

The Network of Early Childhood Development of Lesotho (NECDOL), the ECD Coalition of Malawi (ECDC Malawi) and ECD stakeholders through the transnational advocacy capacity building project (TRANAC) have lobbied members of parliament in SADC Region to push for increase in allocations to early childhood development (ECD) to enable children realise their full potential.

HUAWEI Commits to Bring Digital Transformation For All

President of Huawei in  Sub-Saharan Africa Region, Leo Chen,  says they are committed to bring digital tansformation to every person; home and organization in Africa.

YouthADAPT Competition Winners Outline Investment Plans

Two Malawian youth who recently won the 2022 African Youth Adaptation Solutions Challenge (YouthADAPT Challenge) competition have revealed plans on how they intend to utilize the USD100,000 about K102.7 million business grant.

Govt Wants 80% of Malawians on Internet by 2023

The Principal Secretary of E-government in the Ministry of Information and Digitalisation Francis Bisika has said several interventions are being put in place by the government to reach over 80 percent of Malawians with cheaper and reliable Internet by 2023.

Zimbabwean Pastor Challenges the Church in Malawi on economic Transformation

Renowned Zimbabwean evangelist and motivation speaker Bishop Tudor Bismark has urged religious leaders in Malawi to champion the spirit of positive mindset towards national and regional development.

SEED CO Malawi Moves Closer To The Farmer

Seed manufacturers and distributors SEED-Co Malawi has shortened the distance farmers cover to access seeds through a new shop around Old Town in the capital Lilongwe away from its offices at Kanengo.    

CoP 27 to Discuss Loss and Damage Financing

Delegates at the twenty-seventh United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (CoP27) have agreed to put the controversial “loss and damage financing” issue among agenda items for world leaders to deliberate during their meeting in Sharm el-Sheikh Egypt.

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