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Rapid Assessment Survey reveals Violation of Labour rights in Tenancy Labour

The Rapid Assessment Survey on the tenancy labour system in tobacco plantations in Malawi which was conducted by the International Labour Organization (ILO) following request by Malawi government shows that there is massive abuse of labour rights by the owners of the estates. The study revealed that there is generally …

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The Future Of Malawi’s Burley Still Solid-AHL

Auction Holdings limited (AHL) says the future of Malawi’s Burley tobacco is still solid despite a few current hitches surrounding the production and pricing levels to match with the international demands. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for the holding Evance Matabwa disclosed that the local leaf is still considered as the …

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Are Banks a Source of Socio-economic Development in Malawi?

It is evident that Small Medium Enterprises (SME’s) are playing a vital role in the social –economic development of Malawi. One simply has to go around the trading centres, the markets and the streets in our four cities to appreciate the expansion in economic activities being handled by SME’s. The …

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