Thursday, 25 May 2017
 

Lilongwe has conceded that Malawi did benefit from its first investment forum.

Blantyre residents will now be easily traced in their respective locations, thanks to the newly launched postal identification program.

Rehabilitation works of the Chimwankhunda Living Waters turn-off to Zion road in Malawi’s commercial city of Blantyre have resumed.

The Blantyre City Council has finally published companies that have been awarded contracts worth over US$1.4 million for the rehabilitation of roads, in Malawi’s second largest city.

Motorists in Malawi’s commercial hub have described driving around the city’s CBD as a complete nightmare.

In reaction to fire incidences rocking Malawi, which according to experts, are avoidable if civilians are equipped with safety precautionary measures, the Blantyre City Council (BCC) has organised awareness campaigns within the city beginning October 26.

Eight months after a long wait marred with numerous delays and nuisance road users will now have access to ply on Blantyre’s Livingstone and Churchill roads in Limbe town.

Malawi’s commercial city is expected to experience developmental growth as Blantyre and China’s Nanchang have agreed to exchange visits, promote and cooperate in business enterprises.

The Mayor of the city of Blantyre has expressed concern of the state of fire engines in the Council saying in some cases, expected execution of duties during emergencies has been compromised due to breakdowns of vehicles.

The red star campaign is expected to roll off next March, this according to officials of the  City Council (BCC).

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