Written by FRANK PHIRI
Malawi’s Premier mobile phone company, TNM donated 40 desks worth K1.2 million to Kalambo Primary School Lilongwe’s Area 25 which according to authorities at the school will go a long way in alleviating problems that learners have been experiencing over the years.
According to Head of Lilongwe Region, Danny Malisita, the donation was in line with the company’s policy of promoting the education sector in the country.
Written by LANDROVER SA
South Africa, Pretoria, 26 March 2015 – Land Rover will present the new Range Rover Sport HST at the New York International Auto Show 2015.
The HST enhances the high performance Range Rover Sport driving experience thanks to its uprated 280kW 3.0-litre supercharged V6 petrol engine, unique chassis settings and bespoke design features.
Written by : Lloyd Mbwana
In a bid to contain shabby deals and enhence transparency in mining aimed at bringing proceeds and benefit to Malawians, stakeholders in sector have asked Malawi government to suspend issuing exploration and mining licences pending Mines and Minerals Act review.
The call comes barely some days after minister of energy and mining, Atupere Muluzi acknowledged challenges facing the industry that the review of the law was at an advenced stage to address the concerns.
Written by Rogers Siula
Things will never be the same again! The new look of Kasungu District Hospital’s children’s ward, courtesy of refurbishment works by Airtel Malawi, added colour to the donation that the company made to the hospital.
Apart from repainting the children’s ward, Airtel Malawi also fixed doors and other amenities, as well as donated children's ward utensils like toys, books, plastic buckets, soap and mosquito nets at the hospital.
Written by JAMES ODZIWA MARAVIPOST
President Mutharika writes on his ever popular Facebook page that, I am very humbled by the decision of the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund-IMF to resume aid to Malawi through the Extended Credit Facility-ECF.
The Board yesterday completed the fifth and sixth reviews of Malawi’s economic performance under the program supported by the ECF and agreed to disburse a total sum of about US$18.1 million.