Friday, January 14, 2022

FDH Bank under Siege, Owner to Lose Shares

First Discount Bank (FDH), the only bank in Malawi owned by a Malawian business tycoon, is under siege following the conviction and sentencing of...

Chakwera says Six–Lane Evidence of “Pa Ground Pakusintha”

President Dr. Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera says the Kenyatta Drive expansion project to six lanes has marked the beginning of the Tonse Alliance Administration’s quest...

You Need Delicious Food? Visit Pan and Grill Delights in Blantyre

Muslim Youths in Malawi have several investments that need support. The only way of supporting them is through buying their goods and services. Hassan...

ACB arrests Minister, two others over abuse of office

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has arrested Minister of Energy, Newton Kambala, AFORD President Enock Chihana and State House Director of Strategy, Chris Chaima Banda...

Chilima Hails Chakwera’s UK Trip

The Malawi Vice President Dr Saulos Klaus Chilima says Malawians stand to benefit from recent trip that President Lazarus Chakwera made to the United...

Dowa District Council approves MHRRC project

The Dowa District executive committee (Dec), has approved Enhancing Citizen Participation in Local Governance and Development Processes III (up scaling) project to be...

Tonse Alliance Government Committed to Create One Million Jobs

Malawi’s Minister of Finance Felix Mlusu says the Tonse Alliance Government is set to actualize its campaign promise of creating one million jobs within...

Atupele Muluzi Hails Chakwera for his ‘decisive action’ on Covid Funds Audit Report

United Democratic Front (UDF) leader Atupele Muluzi has commended Dr Lazarus Chakwera for his 'decisive action' on the investigative covid-19 funds audit report which revealed how the funds were embezzled.

Chakwera Fires Minister of Labour Over Covid Funds Abuse

President Dr Lazarus Chakwera yesterday fired Minister of Labour Ken Kandodo from his cabinet after his name was implicated in an investigative audit report on the plunder of Covid-19 funds.

COSOMA Seizes Over 140 Gadgets In Kasungu

Copyright Society of Malawi (COSOMA) last week seized over 140 gadgets that were used for illegal transferring, photocopying, distribution and public performance of other people’s creative works in Kausungu. The seized equipment includes 130 computers, 12 printers and bar equipment including stabilizers and 7 speakers.