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Illovo Sugar Rejects Calls for Price Reduction Despite Mounting Pressure

BLANTYRE, Malawi - Despite mounting pressure for Illovo Sugar Malawi plc to lower the price of sugar in the country, the company's Managing Director, Lekani Katandula, affirmed that there are no justifications for a price reduction, writes Steven Godfrey Mkweteza.

High Court Adjourns to August 1 a Corruption Case Involving Veep Chilima

The High Court in Lilongwe has adjourned to August 1 when vice president Saulos Chilima will take plea in the corruption case he is answering.

Tobacco Rakes in MK339 Million

The Tobacco Commission says, the country has realised 227 million us dollars (which is equivalent to 339 billion kwacha) from 97.8 million kilograms of tobacco that has been sold so far.

MW Ratifies ATU Convention Which Seeks to Promote ICT Services

Malawi has finally ratified the African Telecommunications Union convention which seeks to promote ICT services at continental level.

Transformative Inspire PEACH Project Addresses Data Challenges Amid Pandemics

Blantyre, Malawi - The Inspire PEACH project has emerged as a transformative initiative to address the critical data challenges faced by African countries like Malawi during the COVID-19 pandemic, writes Sumeya Issa of Africa Brief.

Musician Skeffa Chimoto Urges Music Artists to be Original

Renowned musician Skeffa Chimoto has encouraged music artists in the country to be original in their careers, for the authenticity of their work if they are to claim a spot on the international level.

MK2.5 Million Cost To Move LLDC Flag Pole Raises Alarm

Some governance experts have described as alarming a decision by Lilongwe District Council’s decision to move a flag-pole to another spot within the yard, which will cost the council 2,5 million kwacha, according to a memo we have seen.

Kanengo & Old Town to Connect Over 80 000 New Customers to Power

Over 80, 000 new households are expected to benefit from the Lilongwe City Substations Improvement Project currently underway, co-financed by the Japanese and Malawi governments, a development the ministry of energy says will enhance social economic development in the country.

Nacala Logisticts Resumes Passanger Train Services

The country’s rail transport operator, Nacala Logistics has announced resumption of passenger train between Balaka and Limbe in Blantyre this Friday, after an indefinite suspension in March this year.

Chiradzulu District Council Takes Parliamentarians to Task

The district council for in Chiradzulu has taken parliamentarians in the district to task for absenting themselves from attending full council deliberations without giving adequate excuses.


Unknown Man Shoots Himself Dead at Chitipi

Last night a man has shot himself dead at Chitipi…

Churches Urged to Pray For Piece Ahead of 2025 Elections

Churches have been urged to pray for the nation and…

High Import Tax Humpering Progress of Digital Malawi Project

BengolNet, a contractor in the Digital Malawi project has bemoaned…

Lucius Banda's Death a Big Blow to UTM

The UTM party has described the death of Musician- cum…

German Ambassador Leads Blood Drive Amid Malawi's Critical Shortage

The German ambassador to Malawi says the persistent shortage of…
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