Sunday, 30 April 2017
 

Capital News (1996)

Captains of industry have cited the consistent power failures as a major challenge to business in the just ended year.

Economists have tipped the government to work on balancing its revenue earnings against spending to ensure strict fiscal discipline.

Celebrations are taking place in Malawi and around the world to mark the start of 2014, with cities lit up by spectacular pyrotechnics and traditional ceremonies.

A manhunt has been launched by the Police in Chikhwawa district for three men suspected to have defiled a 14 year old girl last week.

Officials of Malawi's grain marker, ADMARC are doubling the supply of maize stocks in their depots to address the shortage of the staple food on the market.

The Malawi Council for the Handicapped (Macoha) is planning to start exporting its textile products from next year.

A political analyst has describing the reduction of Presidential powers as key in reforming the country’s political system.

The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) says it has registered a total 7,537,548 voters nationwide for the 2014 Tripartite Elections.

Representatives of the Episcopal Conference of Malawi - ECM say they will continue encouraging members of the church to actively participate in next year’s tripartite polls.

There is growing anxiety among the general public following the lack of maize in ADMARC depots, which has seen vendors taking advantage of the scenario.

Political commentators have said they find no merit in the excuse by political parties that they are delaying their manifesto to avoid copying each other.

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