One of the commissioners of the recently disbanded, Public Service Reforms Commission, Evelyn Mwapasa is now the new Chief Executive Officer of ESCOM.
The US government is resounding calls for Malawi to seriously invest in the energy sector as the country continues facing power cuts.
One of Malawi’s leading economic think tanks, ECAMA, is urging the government to work towards regaining private sector confidence.
The government of Malawi has launched a scathing attack on critics accusing them of politicizing the continued challenge of power cuts in the southern Africa nation.
Malawi continues to go through prolonged electricity black outs.
Authorities in Malawi have expressed worry over persistent power outages which they say are putting pressure on the diminutive financial resources allocated to health facilities.
Stakeholders in Malawi’s energy sector are advocating for innovative ways of reducing the current power outages.
Malawi has engaged consultants to look into the possibility of installing generators to contain persistent power outages in the southern Africa nation.
Comments are still pouring in on how persistent blackouts are impacting on people’s lives in Malawi.
The public is expressing disappointment with the performance of some utility service providers, arguing they are being given a raw deal.