Our Reporter on 12th Jun

The African Union (AU) should call on the South African authorities to provide a long-term security guarantee for refugees, migrants and asylum seekers living in the country, Amnesty International and other 12 civil society organisations said today at a side event during the AU summit underway in Pretoria and Johannesburg. The 25th Ordinary Session...

Our Reporter on 12th Jun

The Malawi government has announced that it will be introducing a new media gagging law.  It will be presented to the parliament as the Electronic Transactions Bill, the Peter Mutharika led government is seeking to crack down on content of the press, beginning with online media and social media forums such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.  The...

Our Reporter on 12th Jun

The Warriors have failed to travel to Malawi for their 2017 Africa Cup of Nations Group L qualifier after failing to get assurances that they will be paid their allowances and appearance fees. The national team players checked out of their hotel in the afternoon but refused to board the team bus to the airport where they were due to board the Malawi...

Our Reporter on 12th Jun

Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man, is looking to invest in Malawi. Aliko Dangote is a Nigerian billionaire businessman, who owns the Dangote Group, which has interests in commodities. The company operates in Nigeria and other African countries, including Benin, Cameroon, Ghana, South Africa, Togo and Zambia. As of January 2015, he had an estimated...

Our Reporter on 11th Jun

Lilongwe, June 10: Government in conjunction with the National Lotteries Board, on Wednesday awarded a licence to Gidani International Limited, a South Africa-based lottery company to operate the National Lottery in the country. Speaking during the award ceremony in Lilongwe which also marked the signing of pre-operations agreement between government...

Our Reporter on 11th Jun

Mzuzu, June 10, 2015: Police in Mzuzu are keeping in custody a 28 year old woman for allegedly concealing a birth of her baby at Masasa Township in the city, Police have confirmed. Speaking to Malawi News agency (Mana), Mzuzu Police Publicist Martin Bwanali confirmed the development, saying the suspect Tawona Shonga dumped her baby in a pit latrine...

Our Reporter on 11th Jun

As Kamuzu College of Nursing (KCN), a constituency college of University of Malawi (UNIMA) is clocking 50 years of its existence in providing quality health care training in the country and abroad has launched nursing and midwifery Journal. The Journal which is the first of its kind in Malawi will be publishing research works, studies, position papers...

Our Reporter on 11th Jun

The World Bank office in Malawi has expressed sadness on the remarks the Civil Society Organisation (CSOs) in Malawi made over the weekend by questioning the bank and International Monitory Fund (IMF)’s real interests on the sale of Malawi Savings Bank (MSB) saying neo-colonialism tendencies to a sovereign state like Malawi were not welcomed. ...

Our Reporter on 11th Jun

Carlsberg Malawi, official sponsors of the Flames, on Wednesday stepped up the hype for Saturday’s 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Zimbabwe scheduled for Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre by donating 30 traveling bags and T-shirts to the players. “As official sponsors, we are just fulfilling our obligation . We would like the team to look...

Our Reporter on 11th Jun

The enterprise resource planning (ERP) landscape is going through a period of accelerated change as end-user organisations and ERP vendors alike prepare for a world of mobile-first customers and employees, massive data volumes, and intelligent, connected sensors and devices in the workplace. ...