With two days before departure for Zambia for the East and Central Africa Amateur Challenge Trophy (Ecaact) and the Lusaka Open in Zambia, the country’s ladies golf team still needs K3 million (about $7 500) to cover some expenses.
For the first time in Malawi, Blantyre will host International Fifa Play Station games where participants will showcase skills, tricks and game techniques with joy sticks.
Malawi national women football team captain Chisomo Kazisonga has signed a two-year contract with a Zimbabwe team Conduit Soccer Academy (Cosa).
New Version will face Matindi Girls in the Central Region Matindi Women Football Trophy on Saturday at Civo Stadium.
As Malawi struggles to fully meet her essential drug requirements, the Central Medical Stores Trust (CMST) yesterday started destroying expired drugs and medical supplies worth about K1 billion.
Registered political parties represented in the National Assembly by at least one member of Parliament (MP) shall be entitled to receive State funding in proportion to the number of MPs by which it is represented, proposes the Political Parties Bill.
Government yesterday deferred the confirmation of newly-appointed Auditor General (AG) Peter Kamange amid speculation that the State might withdraw the name and replace it with someone else.
Malawi Government’s resolve to stay the course on reforms instituted last year has earned it a further $50 million grant (about K16.9 billion) from the World Bank for general budget support.
The struggling Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation (Admarc)’s financial position continues to weaken following revelations that the parastatal incurred a loss of K1.7 billion (about $4.5m) in the 2011/12 financial year, according to a 2013 government annual economic report.
The Consumers Association of Malawi (Cama) is today petitioning Parliament—currently transacting the 2013/14 National Budget business in Lilongwe—on issues it feels President Joyce Banda’s administration has failed to address after petitioning it on January 17 this year.
People of Likoma Island, an exclave of Malawi can now afford a smile following confirmation that MV Ilala is back on the Lake Malawi waters and is fully functional. Likoma Island is the larger of two inhabited islands in Lake Malawi, the smaller being the nearby Chizumulu.
Malawi former Secretary in the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) Alfred Upindi has died. Upindi who served during Hastings Kamuzu Banda’s one party regime and later in Bakili Muluzi’s administration in a multiparty Malawi, died at a hospital in South Africa today afternoon, Nation Online has learnt.
At the peak of the wind of democracy that blew in the early 90s, Nicholas Kachingwe led many politicians into detention.
Great leaders desire only to serve, not to lead, observes Myles Munroe, a best-selling author and a widely acknowledged expert in leadership matters.
The Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) has called on commercial banks to adopt means of attracting customers to reduce the number of people who do not have access to financial institutions.
This year’s Malawi International Trade Fair (Mitf) is themed – Presenting opportunities for industrial growth – an emphasis that international exposure may spur business growth.
A recent Sadc ministers’ meeting on energy resolved that the energy sector plan of the Regional Infrastructure Development Master Plan (RIDMP) should address four key areas of energy security in the 14-member bloc.
Gold has fallen to its lowest level in two years, while wider commodity prices have also declined following disappointing Chinese economic data.
National Initiative for Civic Education (Nice) says stable and established democracies attract investment from across their borders, eventually benefiting their citizens.
Malawi’s economic growth will this year be driven by a marked rebound in the agriculture and manufacturing sectors, according to the African Economic Outlook (AEO) 2013, released on Monday.